A thoughtful father interviewed his daughter the first day of school in the last 13 years before compiling the images to make a heart-warming video in honor of her graduation this year.
Kevin Scruggs, a 49-year-old father from Washington, filmed himself and asked his daughter Madison what she had done for more than a decade on the first day of school. He started the annual tradition with her older sister Mackenzie, who graduated from high school in 2017 and continued it with her.
Madison now completes her oldest in high school and the nearly four minutes clamp starts with images of her starting kindergarten quickly followed by her sitting on the couch after her first day of 12th grade.
Memories: Kevin Scruggs, a father from Washington, interviewed his daughter Madison on her first day of school in the last 13 years, starting in kindergarten (photo)
Animated: in the first class, Madison describes how her school is a & # 39; large, large building & # 39; is with & # 39; small tables to sit on & # 39;
& # 39; Okay, Madison, it's hard to believe, but this is it, the end of your first day at school interviews. Are you ready? & # 39; he asks his teenage daughter.
The video then flashes back to Kevin and asked Madison about her first daycare. The little girl laughs and tells her father that she wants to go back to school every day. & # 39;
In the first class she says & # 39; it's very easy and fun & # 39 ;, and explains how her school is a & # 39; big, big building & # 39; is with & # 39; small tables to sit on & # 39 ;.
The following year Kevin takes Madison out for an ice cream while interviewing her about her day.
When he asks if school is going to get tough this year, & # 39; she says: & # 39; Perhaps. & # 39; Her father cannot help pointing out that she had her pony cut, especially for her first day in second grade.
Too cute: Madison had her bang cut when she started in second grade
Whoops! During Madison & # 39; s third-class interview, Kevin puts pleasure in his little girl after asking which class she's in and accidentally holding up four fingers
Fun times: in fourth grade she tells her father that she & # 39; was sitting outside & # 39; and ate her lunch while telling her first day of the school year
During Madison & # 39; s third grade interview, Kevin puts pleasure in his little girl after asking which class she is in and she accidentally held up four fingers.
& # 39; She just gave me four fingers & # 39 ;, he jokes.
In the fourth grade she tells her father that she & # 39; is sitting outside & # 39; and ate her lunch while telling her first day of the school year.
As Madison gets older, her interviews become more animated and detailed.
By the time she is in fifth grade, she stumbles over how she and her classmates should choose our seats, presumably referring to their seats.
& # 39; I like his rules because he gives us a lot more responsibility, & # 39 ;, she says about her teacher that year.
Excited: a young Madison gushes about how she and her classmates should choose our places & # 39; after her first day as a fifth grader
Sassy: At the start of the sixth grade, she makes it clear that she is irritated that her classmate Conor is taller than she is, making him the tallest person in the class this year
Almost in high school: the beginning of seventh grade is a milestone for Madison because it is her first year of junior high
In sixth grade she is about to become a teenager and her father tells saskisch: & I was already ready at seven, so I had to wait 45 minutes before everyone was ready. & # 39;
She also makes it clear that she is irritated that her classmate Conor is taller than she, making him the tallest person in the class this year.
The beginning of seventh grade is a milestone for Madison because it is her first year of junior high. She seems excited about the level of independence that she and her classmates now get, explaining how they now have lockers and no longer have to wait in line.
After her first day in eighth grade, she describes how to cook an Oreo on her forehead and put it in her mouth without using her hands.
Celebrating the start of her high school career, Madison remembers how her new language teacher asked them questions in Spanish and made sounds and gestures to help them figure out what she asked.
All smiles: after her first day in eighth grade, she describes how to cook an Oreo on her forehead and put it in her mouth without using her hands
Goedlachs: Madison recalls in 9th grade how her language teacher asked their questions in Spanish and made sounds and gestures to help them figure out what she asked
Sweet 16: & # 39; We're prepared for anything & # 39 ;, Madison says about the packaged locker she shares with her friend Emma in 10th grade
Towards 10th grade, Madison shares a locker with her friend Emma and tells her father how it is filled with hair bands, deodorant dry shampoo, hand sanitizer and chewing gum.
& # 39; We are prepared for anything & # 39 ;, she explains.
The following year her father insists that the junior year be the & # 39; best year & # 39; and she can't help but make a joke: & # 39; Because I could go to all parties? & # 39;
& # 39; No, & # 39; he answers laughingly. & # 39; You scrapes. & # 39;
At the beginning of the twelfth grade, Kevin asks her to mention her favorite thing she did at school that day.
& # 39; Uh. . . go away, & she says smiling. & # 39; I was a bit ready. & # 39;
Although she may have attended school generally, she says she is most looking forward to & # 39; prom and graduation & # 39 ;.
Cheeky: the following year that her father says that the junior year is the & # 39; best year & # 39; is out of school, and she can't help but make a joke: & # 39; Because I could go to all parties? & # 39;
Progress: n the video, Madison goes from wanting & # 39; every day & # 39; go to kindergarten to admit that the best she did on the first day of 12th grade, & # 39; leave & # 39; used to be
Annual tradition: Kevin released a similar video with the first day of the school interviews he had with his older daughter Mackenzie in 2017, the year in which she graduated
Motivation: “I know my children will grow up and I want to seize the opportunity to grab that first day of high school,” he told DailyMail.com
The moving video ends with a compilation from Kevin who tells Madison that he loves her over the years.
The clip has been viewed more than 63,000 times since it was posted on May 23, although it is not the first.
In 2017, Kevin released a similar video with the first day of the school interviews he had with his daughter Mackenzie, who was studying high school that year.
& # 39; I know my children will grow up and I want to seize the opportunity to grab that first day of high school & # 39 ;, he told DailyMail.com about what motivated him to film those moments over the years.
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