There is nothing more heartwarming than watching your little one grow up to be an amazing person. It takes a ton of perseverance to teach them to become their best, to encourage them to do the right thing, but in the end it is an ongoing process that is always worth it.
It’s all about the small things, like teaching your children how to tie their shoelaces and how to write the perfect cursive letters, how to swim freestyle and how to get over their first and most painful broken heart.
An amazing dad would do absolutely anything for his daughter and this viral video proves just this! A Texas dad did something really crazy when he pulled off a once-in-a-lifetime dance at her daughter’s birthday.
Retired US Marine Leonardo Cortinas decided to take the father-daughter dance pretty seriously because, as he says, his daughter Jasmine is his world. So the duo trained for one very elaborate choreography to all time hits like ‘Can’t Touch This’, ‘Gangnam Style’ and ‘Tootsie Roll’,while starting and ending with ‘My Girl’. The practice lasted for just about three weeks and all the moves were planned out by the birthday girl.
After Jasmine received her traditional gifts from the guests and received her crown, the dad slipped away to change from his suit to his official dress blues. So when the opening tune for ‘My Girl’ started, the guests cheered but they truly had no idea the party they were about to witness!
The father-daughter dance is a traditional staple at quinceaneras, but Jasmine wanted to do something extra special for her birthday, something that all 600 of her guests will never forget. Her dance was a family affair though, as her 11-year-old brother Isaac joined her for a few moves on the ‘Nae Nae’ song.
In Mexico, a quinceanera is the fifteenth birthday of a girl and the term may also refer to a girl’s fifteenth birthday party. The celebration traditionally marks a girl’s coming of age after which she is considered an adult who is ready to create a family and take responsibilities.
Check out this amazing routine below!