Alexandre Aschenbach

Daddy


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How good to be Daddy!

Get silly once in a while, listening to a little one to call.

Answer the same question a thousand times, embracing and kissing.

Feeling responsible, yelled, but then just let it be.

Amused than it really is not just for a laugh from those who laugh at you!

Feel as much when you ask her lap, even feeling the weight of age is inconsistent with the weight of the shoot.

Being the hero that fixes the toy, while the executioner establishing the punishment, and again the prince embraced and kissed up to suffocate.

Remember that there is someone waiting for you and even though in the end is already asleep, into the room for one last kiss before bed.

Listen to music that has rhythm and the lyrics are meaningless but still sing and dance.

Being Santa is good yes!

It is only when we cease to be men, when we break the steel armor that covers us and we become capable of actions which, in our memory, we only knew to do when we were children as well.

Congratulations, Daddies, whether or not this sphere. You will always be our heroes!

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How good to be Daddy!

Get silly once in a while, listening to a little one to call.

Answer the same question a thousand times, embracing and kissing.

Feeling responsible, yelled, but then just let it be.

Amused than it really is not just for a laugh from those who laugh at you!

Feel as much when you ask her lap, even feeling the weight of age is inconsistent with the weight of the shoot.

Being the hero that fixes the toy, while the executioner establishing the punishment, and again the prince embraced and kissed up to suffocate.

Remember that there is someone waiting for you and even though in the end is already asleep, into the room for one last kiss before bed.

Listen to music that has rhythm and the lyrics are meaningless but still sing and dance.

Being Santa is good yes!

It is only when we cease to be men, when we break the steel armor that covers us and we become capable of actions which, in our memory, we only knew to do when we were children as well.

Congratulations, Daddies, whether or not this sphere. You will always be our heroes!