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The Problem With Father-Daughter Dances

The concept is outdated and needs a reboot.

Photo by Felipe Bustillo on Unsplash

A few weeks ago, a fellow parent in my elementary school Facebook group posted the following:

Seeing all these posts about father-daughter dances. Why don’t we do this anymore?! It’s so sad.

Of course, the obvious answer is that most school activities were put on hold due…

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Anna Burgess Yang

Anna Burgess Yang

Storyteller + Content Marketer + Journalist. Card-carrying member of #5amwritersclub • https://annabyang.start.page/

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