Post # 1
My dad had hip replacement surgery a couple of weeks ago. Things have happen to delay the process of standing and walking. It is every girls dream to have her father walk her down the aisle and to do the father/daughter dance. We have figured a way as far as the walking down the aisle, maybe having my mother walk me. I understand the situation if your father has passed on. But you don’t want him to feel left out. Does anybody have any ideas? I really breaks my heart that I won’t be able to dance with him.
Post # 3
Oh, I’m sorry. I’m not familiar with hip replacement. Is there no chance he can stnad to dance (or try to fake it) even for a short time? Maybe you can dance for part of a song, and Fi can dance with his mom to the rest?
If not, could you use the song you would have danced to, and instead play a video or slide show of you and your father while you were growing up? Maybe you can surprise him with it. And you can pull two chairs out , and the two of you can sit in the middle of the dance floor watching the video right in front of you. ( As I imagine it in my head.)
Post # 4
I second Tanya123’s idea. Do have any video from weddings or parties when you wer younger dancing w/ him? You could include that in a video but mute it so it’s like you are dancing to the new song…