She shouts out, 'I'm going to start crying... I don't even care if it weighed like five pounds, that felt so good!'
Fathers and daughters spending quality time together can melt anyone's heart. Such moments help their relationship grow stronger and set a good example for the kids. In a sweet video posted on Facebook, a 9-year-old named Ali is seen trying to catch a fish. Her dad, Matt Brewster, guides her through the process and when a fish is hooked, she struggles to reel it in and asks for help.
But Brewster displays faith in his daughter and asks her to do it on her own. When she finally catches it, her happiness holds no bounds. Ali can be heard shouting, "Yes! It's so big!" She goes on to say, "I’m going to start crying... I don't even care if it weighed like five pounds, that felt so good!" Her dad then takes a few pictures of her with the fish before releasing it back into the water.
The adorable video gained more than 6k views and 300 likes since being posted. It is captioned, "This is what it's all about." Many on the social media platform loved the father-daughter moment. Bradley Reed commented, "That's absolutely AWESOME!! Memories that will last forever!!" Chelsea Keeton Robinson wrote, "Awww. Look at how excited she is!!!!!! Sweet baby girl!"
Greg Steven Cable expressed, "Wow! That's awesome! Those are the moments that they will never forget. I know you won't ever forget it. Congratulations to both of y'all." Chastity Harris said, "Why am I crying!!!!!! I love this girl. Such a great relationship you 2 have!" Bruce Campbell commented, "That's the best video I've seen in a long time. Memories are being made. That will never be forgotten." Matt Price wrote, "Man, I absolutely love this! Awesome you got this memory on video. That scream! Way to go dad."
Brewster has been traveling to Florida to go bass fishing for many years. Ali had been wanting to go with him for a long time and even practiced her casting to be ready when the moment arrived. When Brewster finally took Ali with him for the first time, she was all set for it, reports Good Morning America. She apparently reeled in a bass that was about 5 and a half pounds.
The dad revealed that Ali caught more than a dozen more bass after the first one and told him, "Daddy, I think we have grown so much on this trip."
In another story about father-daughter duos, a fashion designer named Mina Fox shared how she made custom jackets for her father's dialysis sessions as he was always feeling cold. She custom-made the jackets by adding zippers on both arms. Her Twitter post features pictures of her dad wearing the jackets, one in dark green and one in black color.
She wrote: "Made my Dad some jackets for his dialysis sessions. He said he always gets really cold in there so he asked me to add zippers on his jackets. He likes them so much he made me do like 6 more." The post went viral with more than 4.5 million views and 172.8k likes.
Made my Dad some jackets for his dialysis sessions. He said he always gets really cold in there so he asked me to add zippers on his jackets. He likes them so much he made me do like 6 more 😭💀 pic.twitter.com/5XeVGzbRyP— 🖤𝕸𝖎𝖓𝖆🖤 (@minanohime) February 28, 2023
Fox thanked everyone for the amazing response. She wrote, "Thank you everyone who has been showing me and dad lots of love! Thank you to those who are watching out for me. I can't get this [trademarked because] it exists on amazon for like $50 which is why my dad asked me to do this but at the same time, I would never try to profit off of this."