Is it acceptable for both parents to walk their daughter down the aisle?

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – Today’s 98.3 TRY social dilemma came from Roger, and it’s about his daughter’s wedding. Here is his email.

Hi Jaime. So my wife and I adopted my daughter when she was 14 with her two younger biological brothers. We all adopted them to stay together and I love them with all my heart. Now my daughter is 25 and is getting married to “Dan”. Now my daughter invited us all to a fancy dinner two days ago with her fiancé and that’s when she told us that she would like her mother and me (my wife) the walked down the aisle. She says she is so happy to have found her forever in our home and she loves us both so much and wants us both to give her away. My wife was ecstatic and said yes as I nodded and tried to hide the pain I was feeling. I’ve always dreamed of giving my daughter away because I think it’s a precious moment that should only be between father and daughter. No one seems to have figured out my injury yet, but I wanted to talk to my wife about it to see if she could step aside and let me have it. Don’t you think I’m right about that. Thanks very much


Well, I understand that Roger was dreaming of a special moment with him and his daughter, but I think it’s beautiful that she wants both of her parents to accompany her down the aisle to her new life. I think Roger needs to understand that it’s what his daughter wants that matters. But that’s just my opinion.

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