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Dad Books 6 Flights To Spend Christmas With Flight Attendant Daughter

And the Father of the Year Award goes to …

Most fathers are determined to always make their little girls feel special. One awesome dad decided to spend Christmas with his flight attendant daughter who was working during the holiday. The sweet father actually rode on each of his special girl’s flights just so she wouldn’t feel lonely.

Hal Vaughan was understandably sad when he found out that his daughter Pierce would have to work during Christmas. Determined to cheer the Delta Airlines flight attendant up while she worked during the holiday, Hal purchased tickets to all of her flights just so he could keep her company. The amazing story was discovered by Mike Levy when he met the awesome dad on one of the flights.

Mike with Hal, who took six different planes to stay with his daughter last Christmas.

Mike shared Hal’s story on Facebook so people could learn about how far a dad would go for his daughter.

“I had the pleasure of sitting next to Hal on my flight back home. His daughter Pierce was our flight attendant who had to work over Christmas. Hal decided he would spend the holiday with her. So, he is flying on each of her flights today and tomorrow around the country to spend time with his daughter for Christmas. What a fantastic father! Wish you both a very Merry Christmas!”

Needless to say, netizens loved the story and were happy that Hal and Pierce managed to stay together for the holidays.

Hal is undoubtedly proud of Pierce, who had to work during the holiday.

Pierce revealed that Hal didn’t have to spend too much to keep her company. After all, one of the benefits of having a relative who works for Delta is getting reduced tickets.

“Dad’s first trip using his benefits was a success! A special thanks to all of the patient, wonderful gate agents around the country and my perfect crew. He made it on every flight and even got first class RSW-DTW (Christmas miracle).”

This is certainly one amazing dad. Pierce truly is a lucky girl to have spent Christmas with her father.

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Dad Films Family’s Christmas Mornings For 25 Years

Family traditions like this always make me tear-up.

Photographs are amazing. They capture a still shot of important moments that we had. However, they don’t always accurately remind us of how we felt at that exact time, especially when they were taken many years ago.

With that said, one dad opted to take videos instead. In fact, he filmed his family’s Christmas mornings for 25 years, and they are simply amazing.

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Heartwarming Moment Mall Santa Surprises Deaf Girl By Using Sign Language

“As soon as it happened, the whole area just went silent… People were crying in the crowd,” shared the mall manager.

We all grew up seeing Santa Claus as that generous toy giver. As it turns out, however, he's much more than that - the big guy also has a big heart and is willing to go the extra mile when necessary.

Take it from this young deaf girl who learned for herself how much Santa cared enough that he gave her the most awesome gift ever - the gift of communicating with her using her language - which is sign language. Now we're pretty much convinced Santa does know how to connect with children across the globe regardless of their language!

Taken at the Cleveland Shopping Center, the video below shows us a mall Santa with the little girl sitting on his lap. Her mom apologized saying the youngster had a hard time talking and so he asked if she can sign. Later on, we see the most heartwarming thing as her face lit up when Santa began communicating with her via sign language. ...

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7-Year-Old Becomes Youngest Girl To Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro In Honor Of Her Late Father

Sometimes, dads don’t have to be around to be great fathers.

Climbing the highest mountain in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro, is definitely a dream a second grader from Austin, Texas never thought could achieve, especially since doing so requires one to be at least ten years old. But seven-year-old Montannah Kenney proves that age is just a number.

Montannah and her mom, Hollie, were able to get a special permit to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. During spring break, Montannah successfully reached the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro at 19,341 feet despite the difficult weather conditions during her climb.

Her mother served as her personal trainer in preparation of the climb.

Montannah also joined basketball, swimming, and running to be physically fit. Her mother, a professional triathlete told her that the climb will never be easy, but the girl was determined, and that's because of her dad....

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