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    Are you a daddy's girl?

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    or, if you're a man, are you a momma's boy? Or the other way around? Just wondering!

    I don't think I'm either.
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    Kind of a daddy's girl. I was a lot more so when I was young but now I am quite a bit less so. Me and my dad just have more similar personalities, and he always makes it seem like hanging out with me is the best thing ever
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    Definitely not a daddy's girl. Though my dad and I are a little closer now that he and my mom are split up, I think just because I now make an effort to see him for him to see his granddaughter whereas before we never really spent much one-on-one time together.
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    not at all. i can't stand him.


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    I absolutely was
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    All the way when I was younger. But my mom has always been my person, Grey's Anatomy style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket_lizz View Post
    Kind of a daddy's girl. I was a lot more so when I was young but now I am quite a bit less so. Me and my dad just have more similar personalities, and he always makes it seem like hanging out with me is the best thing ever
    I'm afraid of this. My dad can be a little clingy sometimes, and my plans to move out next year are freaking him the hell out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sailorbear View Post
    I'm afraid of this. My dad can be a little clingy sometimes, and my plans to move out next year are freaking him the hell out.
    My dad was really good about letting me go off and do my own thing actually. He was SOO happy when I got married, didn't even bother him that he was being "replaced". He just likes to have family time & is happy that I call on a semi-regular basis lol
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    I think I am. Of all my sisters, I am the one who gets along the best with him. He has always been a very involved father and really would do anything for any of his daughters. But he butts heads with my other two sisters because he can be intense at times and they don't respond well to that. Now that I'm away at school I talk to my dad alot more than my mom just because he's always on skype and is better to talk to about school, career stuff. My dad and I don't have mushy discussions or talk about relationships and emotional stuff though lol. That's my mom's territory.
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    He actually pulled back on my arm a little when it was time to "give me away" at the wedding. But both my parents rock. I go to either of them for different issues.
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