“Daddy, are you going to stay the night with me?” There’s a hopeful tone in her voice, and I smile as I kiss her neck.
“Yes, baby girl. I’ll leave at first light, but I can’t wake up on Christmas morning without you. Not ever.”
I slide my hand down the front of her panties and pet her clit as I feel her fall asleep in my arms. I spent too many years without my little girl. I don’t plan on spending another day without her.
I feel like I’ve been going from the minute I woke up with Daddy’s face between my legs. He ate me to three orgasms before I begged him to stop, sure I couldn’t take anymore. I wouldn’t be able to walk down the aisle today if he didn’t let me up. He’d have to carry me, which didn’t seem like such a bad idea when I really thought about it. But I knew my father wanted to give me away.
William said all my orgasms were an effort to keep me calm today, and I think he was right. I’ve been a lot mellower than I thought I’d be. I’ve only wanted to tattle on the wedding planner twice today, which is most definitely a record.
Daddy got a warm cloth and cleaned between my legs, telling me that he wanted me pure when I walked down the aisle towards him. It’s different from how he usually wants my kitty coated in his cum. I knew tonight he wanted to play, so we’re going to relive our first time together.
He gave me one last kiss before he slipped from my room, but all day he kept sending me funny images of dancing cats and silly gifs. It’s like he could almost feel me starting to get worked up, and I was instantly okay. Then the sweet messages started to come in.
William texted me, telling me not to worry and that everything would be perfect. He said as long as I was standing there when the doors opened, as long as I walked down the aisle to him, it would be okay. He’s right. I’ve been so consumed with making sure everything was perfect that I forgot that it already was.
Daddy and I are getting married today, and it doesn’t matter if everything else around us goes up in flames. But if it did go up in flames, I hope they would be pink.
I feel completely at ease at this moment. I’d wondered when the outside world would start to push in on Daddy and me, but each time that happened, we only seemed to grow stronger and understand each other more. That’s how I know this will last forever. We are meant to be together; we’re not whole any other way.
“You look like you’re glowing.”
I turn around to see Adam’s wife, Eve, standing in the doorway. I’ve been holed up in this room inside the chapel for most of the day as I get ready to walk down the aisle. She has a giant smile on her face. I wonder where Adam is. I’ve never seen one without the other. I know she’s a little, too, but I think their relationship is a little different to mine and Daddy William’s.
“I’m just so excited. I can’t seem to stop smiling.” I turn to face her, wanting to show off my dress. The whole thing is covered in what looks like diamonds, and the bodice hugs tight to my body. At my knees, tulle skirt flares out and falls to my feet, a little dusting of pink at the trim. The designer called it a mermaid-style, and I absolutely love it. I feel like I belong in a Disney movie.
“You look beautiful, Haley. Like a real-life princess.” Eve looks just as excited as I am by the dress.
My smile grows bigger, and I’m afraid my face might crack. “I never thought this day would come. That I’d find someone who just gets me.” I know she’ll understand what I mean. I’ve never seen her and Adam do Daddy/little girl play, but I know he’s working with William on building a surprise house for his little, and as Eve is his wife, I knew that little was her.
“You’re lucky. It took me a while to understand what I was looking for. I felt lost.” She moves towards me, stopping in front of me to adjust the small tiara I have in my hair. I’d found it sitting on my vanity when I crawled out of bed this morning after Daddy left. It was wrapped in Christmas wrapping with a note that read, You’ll always be my princess. It was the most perfect Christmas present I have ever received. I’m not sure I’ll ever take it off. I bet I could even shower in it if I was careful.
“But you found your Daddy, too.”
“That I did.” This time she smiles just as big as me. I don’t know what it is about her, but I like her. Maybe it’s because I know she’s a little, too. I’ve never met another like me. I’ve never had a ton of friends, mainly just Molly, and she was super flakey. She’s also judgy about William and me, which I don’t think I’ll be able to tolerate much longer.
“You ready? I think everything is in place, and everyone is all lined up.” At her words, my father fills the doorway.
“Bridesmaids are walking down the aisle now, Haley. We’re up, sweetheart,” my father informs me, making my heart race. Not because I’m scared, but because this is it. I’m going to belong to William, and the whole world will know it.
Eve reaches out, grabbing my hand and giving it a little squeeze before exiting the room, leaving me alone with my father.
“You look just like your mother,” he says, and I can hear so much emotion in his voice. I know he misses her every day. “I was worried about this when I first found out about you two.” He cups my face, one hand stroking my cheek with his thumb. “But I know William loves you more than anything, and your mother would be so happy. Everything was always about true love to her, and you two have that. I’m sorry it took me a while to see it.” I can see the guilt in his eyes, but I was never upset that my father wasn’t okay about William and me at first. I got it. I’m his daughter, and it’s his job to worry about me.