Dad Worked Seven Days a Week to Buy His Daughter the $200 Dress She Wanted

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 There's a guy in Pittsburgh who works three jobs.  And he recently started working seven days a week, just so he could buy his daughter the $200 dress she wanted for her 8th grade formal.  Now a video of him surprising her with it is all over social media.

 

 

 There's a 36-year-old guy in Pittsburgh named Ricky Smith who works three different jobs to make sure his family has enough money.

 

 

He works at McDonalds, Popeyes, AND at a Circle K convenience store.  And even working six days a week, money's tight.  But check this out . . .

 

 

He has a 14-year-old daughter named Nevaeha who recently wanted a $200 dress for her 8th grade formal.  And she knew they couldn't afford it.

 

 

But Ricky really wanted to get it for her.  So he secretly picked up even more shifts, and started working SEVEN days a week.  And now a video of him surprising her with the dress is all over social media.

 

 

She wouldn't stop hugging him, and started crying.  And the huge smile on Ricky's face kind of says it all. 

 

 

After the video hit Facebook, Nevaeha told a reporter that she's never felt more love in her heart, and she's really lucky that he's her dad. 

 

 

(ABC News)

 

 

(Here's the video.)


Now this is really what being a dad is all about! 🤗 Her dad works three jobs and surprised her with her dream dress for 8th grade formal after telling her it was not a financial possibility. He made it happen and surprised her at his work! Definitely daddy’s little girl! ❤️ We’re so happy we could be a part of it! Happy Father’s Day to all the amazing dads out there that go above and beyond for their kids day in and day out! #styleexchangeboutique #daddyslittlegirl #hardworkingdad #8thgradeformal #welovesurprises #mcdonalds #fathersday *We do not own copyrights to this music

Posted by Style Exchange Boutique on Saturday, June 16, 2018

(Here's a photo of her in the dress.)

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Originally posted on August 1st, 2018

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