JON’S FACE. Baby is NOT happy.
To celebrate Father’s Day, TIME teamed up with Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg’s women’s empowerment foundation, to ask famous dads to write open letters to their daughters:
My Dearest Ava,
I wish you unconditional love, empowerment, sentimental memories from the past and amazing experiences.
I hope I’ve shown you the strength of our generational bloodline and how important it is that family takes care of each other. I am trying to pass down what I learned from my parents to you, the most beloved person in my life: morality, sensibility, compassion understanding, and patience. And you have them all.
I am NOT crying. nOTTTTT crRYRIINNGGG UGLY TEARS
Omfg I read this yesterday and cried like the biggest baby.
I wish there were necklaces given to us at birth that were half of a unique shape and your soulmate wore the other half and they got warmer the closer together you were and colder the further away you were so you could go on this journey when you’re ready to find your other half so that you could be spared all the pain and heartbreak of being played with by those who don’t take dating as seriously as you do
“The biggest joy in my life is my daughter.” - Richie Sambora
I love when my boyfriend writes love songs for me 40 years before I was even born