- 8 years ago
- Wedding: December 2014
So for all of you bees with divorced parents, some of you have to be in a similar situation.
My parents had a really rocky marriage and ended up getting divorced when I was about 10, my Dad was never really sround though throughout the whole marriage and up until this past February I hadn’t really had a relationship with him or even really talked to him since I was about 10.
Then there is my step dad, he has been a guiding light in my family, and always been there for my mom, and my sister, brother and I. He has been a member of our family for almost 8 years now and I love him dearly, however it took me a while to fully appreciate him and realize how wonderful a father like figure can really be compared to how my biological acted for most of my life.
Now the thrid guy in this situation is my uncle. He is the one male figure who has been in my life from the day I was born to now. He is the one walking me down the aisle and I explained it to my other dads, as biological dad was there in the very beginning, step dad has been there for the later years, but my uncle has been there for me from start to finish. He had a major role in raising me, and for most of my childhood he is the person in all the memories.
Well now is time to figure out the father/daughter dance, I want to include all three but there is noway I want to make guests sit through 3 seperate dances (I don’t really want to have to dance for that many either) Do you think it would be ok to do one song, and have it start with my biological dad and I (as we have gotten closer and he is a part of my life and I do care about him) then my step dad, and then my uncle? (as my uncle gets to walk me down the aisle) Or do you think it will be weird to keep switching? I’m so confused about this and I don’t want to hurt any of their feelings!
Please share some words of wisdom, advice or similar situations???