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Dad's morning routine where he asks daughter for fit check before heading to work is so wholesome

A father has the cutest morning routine where he asks for his daughter's opinion on his outfits before leaving for work.

Dad's morning routine where he asks daughter for fit check before heading to work is so wholesome
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @averylbeverly

The bond between fathers and daughters has always been special and unique. Such a strong bond means they can rely on each other for support and advice. In most cases, daughters end up asking their father for advice. But for Avery Beverly's dad, the equation is slightly different as he approaches his daughter every morning before work to do a fit check. The cute and heartwarming video posted by her on TikTok, which is captioned, "Some mornings go smoother than others," has amassed 48K likes and 564 comments on the site.

Image Source: TikTok | @averylbeverly
Image Source: TikTok | @averylbeverly

At the start of the video, the dad can be seen smiling, wearing a purple shirt and pants, waiting for his daughter's approval before he goes to work. She says, "Yep, looks good." The video cuts, and we see him wearing a different outfit with a coat. He asks Beverly if it's too small, to which she replies that it's not. The third outfit in the video gets instant approval from her. The outfit that follows is more problematic.

Image Source: TikTok | @averylbeverly
Image Source: TikTok | @averylbeverly

Beverly says that she does not like the shoes he is wearing and he walks away. He walks back with a different coat and the daughter lets him know that the overall outfit is much better now. The dad and daughter debate over what coat to wear for some time and he finally settles on one. Viewers get to see the dad asking her advice on a few more outfits before the clip ends. People truly loved the wholesome interaction they shared every morning and wrote their thoughts in the comments section.

 

Image Source: TikTok | @arby.sss
Image Source: TikTok | @arby.sss
Image Source: TikTok | @kenzpb
Image Source: TikTok | @kenzpb

@rainafosters commented, "This is so precious. Dads and their daughters are my favorite thing ever." Another individual, @brittanynoel00, said, "My dad was a single dad who raised me and always did this. I'm 38 now, and he still does this, lol. I absolutely love it." @lostcashew_ expressed, "My dad literally dresses like a cartoon character and does this every day as well." @regina.lee7 suggested, "I'm obsessed with this! You need to make a series of him doing fit checks!"

Image Source: Instagram| @theblackmanfamilyofficial
Image Source: Instagram | @theblackmanfamilyofficial

Another cute dad-daughter interaction was shared some time back on Instagram by @blackmanfamilyofficial. The toddler, Jette, can be seen lying on her father's chest and asking him, "Dad, what are you going to do when I get married?" Her dad is not overly involved in the conversation and nonchalantly replies, "I'm going to come and live with you." His daughter cleverly and hilariously lets him know that he cannot stay with a married person. This gets the dad's attention, so he decides to play along with his daughter and informs her that he already lived with her mother, who was married.

Image Source: Instagram | @theblackmanfamilyofficial
Image Source: Instagram | @theblackmanfamilyofficial

She is not too happy to hear this and informs him that he is living with his wife and kids, who are not married yet. According to Jette, all of them staying together was circumstantial and would change as soon as she got married. The father does not say much to this, but Jette is not done; she says, "Dad, when I get married, you are not to live in my house; you have to live in your house." The duo had a bit of back and forth till they finally settled on the fact that Jette would get married as soon as she was 25, which was the same age that her dad got married, and would live on her own.

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