I can’t wait to tell my daughter this story
I was looking forward to a big family reunion with my daughter, Ellie, but I didn’t expect it to take place during the season finale of The View.
I mean, what did I expect?
Ellie and I had been together for seven years.
In a year that saw Ellie’s birth, her father’s death and my wife’s death, we had our first baby girl.
But that baby was not Ellie.
Instead, Ellie was a girl, born in a hospital in Texas with a life-threatening condition, but now living with her mom and her family.
I could barely wait to share my story.
Ellie’s birth had been one of the saddest events of my life.
My mom and I went into labor in the hospital, and my father passed away three weeks later.
As the hospital staff frantically tried to keep Ellie alive, I sat in a waiting room, alone.
The first thing I said to Ellie was, “I can’t believe you’re here.”
I was so relieved that she was alive, and the fact that she could see me, speak to me and hug me was comforting.
She was also the first of a long line of girls whose fathers died.
I had a deep emotional connection to Ellie, who would be the first to tell me her dad had died and that I would be her dad.
Her mother and I have talked about how it was really a blessing to be able to have Ellie with us for the first time in our lives.
There is something so comforting about seeing Ellie, and knowing that she is my daughter.
She is a little girl with a heart of gold.
And I couldn’t be happier to have her as my daughter in her life.
A few days later, when I got a text from my daughter telling me that Ellie was born, I was completely blown away.
Ellie had a very happy, energetic, loving and caring personality, and I can honestly say that I never expected her to have a normal life like mine did.
I never thought she would be like this.
I am so proud of Ellie and look forward to her growing up and being happy.
A few weeks later, Ellie returned to the hospital for her first birthday party.
During the party, she was greeted by some friends, including a man who was her friend from school, and Ellie had already introduced herself.
“Hi,” she said, “thank you for being here.”
“It’s great to see you, Ellie,” the man replied.
“I just wanted to tell you that Ellie is a special little girl.”
Ellen’s friends were so excited to see her.
She was so happy, she even hugged the man and let him kiss her.
Then she asked for a hug.
They were all so surprised and touched by Ellie’s hug.
And as Ellie hugged the other woman, she said to her friend, “Thank you so much, Ellie.”
It was an emotional moment that I cannot describe.
Ellie’s smile lit up my world.
When we were in the parking lot, Ellie hugged a young man in a pink tuxedo, her face in a full smile.
It took a moment for her to realize that the man was not her boyfriend.
It was just her.
The man was a friend of hers from school who was in her room at the time, but Ellie was not there.
She had a hug with him.
At the party the next day, Ellie said, “I think I’m going to go to school again.”
I didn’t know what to think.
My daughter had already been at school for a year and a half, and had graduated from high school with a degree in science.
Ellie was still a baby.
What would I do?
Ellie’s life seemed so special, so precious.
After the party and when Ellie left for school, I thought about Ellie’s future, and about the special thing she would become.
Why should I have to tell her?
Ellies birthday is one of those special things that is a part of her daily life.
She loves going to school and wants to go back.
My daughter was so excited about having Ellie back in school, but there were things that I couldn`t give up.
So I sat on the floor and I thought of Ellie.
What would I give Ellie if I could?
Ellie is such a special, happy girl.
She will become a big sister for me.
What if I gave Ellie a birthday present?
I couldn`T imagine giving Ellie a present, but one day Ellie told me she was going to do a big present for me, a gift that would change her life forever.
She wanted me to come up to her house and pick her up.
“You have to come to my house and give Ellie a gift for me,” she told me.
“She`s going to be so happy