Dad Forces Daughter To Go To Class On Valentine’s Day, Then Unveils Perfect Surprise.

The high school years can be pretty awkward. So it’s no wonder Valentine’s Day is a real anxiety-inducing nightmare for some teens.

But it doesn’t have to be that way — not when you have a parent who understands and is willing to go above and beyond to make you feel loved. That was the case for Twitter use @Classiest queen, and her Valentine’s Day story has people across the web melting!

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By ClassiestQueen’s own admission, she wasn’t thrilled with the idea of going to school on Valentine’s Day.

“In the 10th grade, I begged my dad for weeks to let me stay home from school…I didn’t want to see everyone have presents and I not get [anything]. He forced me to go to school. I was so sad literally up until 3rd period.”

During the early portion of her 4th-period class, a delivery person showed up “with one of those giant teddy bears, a huge bouquet of flowers, and a huge box of chocolates.” She was immediately jealous, assuming that someone’s boyfriend had gone above and beyond.

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But what happened next stunned the teen.



When “Sunshine” went up to collect the Valentine’s Day gifts her dad sent, she saw that they came with the sweetest note:



The twitter user ends the story with some food for thought.


ClassiestQueen also revealed that her dad continues to send her a thoughtful Valentine’s Day present every year. Dad of the year!

If you liked this adorable story of a dad being there for his daughter, don’t forget to share! 

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