I dare you to watch this video till the end without shedding just one tear.
Just a week ago, The Washington Post broke the story of "Daderina". The video went viral on Facebook in a matter of days and was viewed over 40 million times.
So what The Washing Post did was interview the family. This is how it all played out:
Marc Daniels is a lawyer in Bermuda. He and his wife, Kim, have three daughters.
Kim was backstage at the Earl Cameron Theatre in Hamilton, Bermuda, during a dress rehearsal May 29 as daughters Giada, 4, and Bella, 2 1/2, waited to rehearse their dance.
"My husband was holding our youngest daughter, Suri. I was able to tend to the older girls backstage, but it was a long wait. That's why the tantrum started," Kim said. "Bella started marching on stage, so I thought she wanted to go for it. But she demanded Daddy. I thought, 'Wait! Mommy has been here for an hour!' "
Hoping to coach his daughter from the sidelines, Marc is seen in the video, zipping across the stage, holding Suri, and standing in the wings next to Bella.
"I went with the goal of trying to soothe and encourage her," he said. "I did not want to pull her offstage away from her sister and single her out from the other girls and boy."
Rather than rescue his daughter from the discomfort of crying in front of spectators, Marc joined her, Suri in tow, and helped the rest of the tutu line follow the teacher's choreography.
Additional reporting by The Washington Post