Groom's vows to his 3-year-old stepdaughter is the sweetest thing you’ll see all day

Not only does one man recite beautiful vows to his bride, he also bends down and makes promises to his new stepdaughter.

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  • Weddings are not only about two people in love. They are about commitment. They are about promising one another that you will hold hands throughout your entire life, no matter what may come. However, sometimes these promises are not just about you and your spouse-to-be, they involve two families joining together to become one.

  • In this sweet wedding video, Brian, Whitney and 3-year-old Brielle, are becoming a family and Brian doesn't take that lightly. He not only recites loving words and promises to his bride, Whitney, Brian also makes a list of promises to his new daughter, Brielle. These include skipping with her down the street, helping her say prayers before she eats, protecting her and loving her.

  • It shouldn't take a wedding to show your family how much you love them. When was the last time you told your spouse how thankful you were for all that he did? When did you last skip down the street with your child? Life can take you down a million paths, but you are blessed if you have family to hold your hand. You are lucky to have someone who cares immensely about you. Do not ever take those blessings lightly.

  • To help keep you marriage alive, here are 10 pieces of marital advice that every wife should hear.

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Courtnie is an editor for FamilyShare.com and has a degree in journalism. She has a slight obsession with running, newspapers and large fuzzy blankets. She currently lives in Idaho with her husband and two sons.

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