Post # 1
My parents divorced when I was about 5 (I do not have a relationship with my biological father). My mom met my stepfather when I was 11 and got married when I was 13 (I am 31 now).
I do want to do a father/daughter dance with my stepdad but I was thinking of maybe splitting it and doing the first half with him and the second half with my mom. I have a great relationship with my stepdad but my mom is my mom and has been there to support my sister and I when there wasn’t anyone else around.
Is this weird? Has anyone else done it? If I do it – should I have two different songs and only play half of each? Or find a song that fits for both of them?
Post # 10
I’m reviving this thread because I’m considering something similar… I’m not particularly close with my dad, but we have a decent relationship. My mom is remarried, and I want to include her and my stepdad as well… Would it be weird to spend a little time dancing with each of them?
1. dance with dad for first half
2. Dance with mom for a bit
3. Dance with stepdad
Post # 11
Pick a song with 3 verses and have them each take a verse and a chorus?
If you coordinated it well you could have them waiting different points of the room ready to tag in when you get there.
I think it sounds like a good idea. My Mam would love something like that, but I’m a daddy’s girl lol!
Post # 12
You can split up the dance however you like. I danced with my dad for about 30 seconds and then he had to sit down (health) and then I danced with my Father IN Law for the rest while my DH danced with his mom… It can be lose and casual if you like. It can be whatever you want. 🙂