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Paris and Prince Jackson arriving and mingling with guests at the late Michael’s birthday celebration

myinspirationmj:

via all4michael   “The kids were playing (at Chuck E Cheese), and Mr. Jackson was sitting in the corner with a hat and a black vail over his face. The kids knew whenever their daddy was in a public place, they couldn’t run up to him; that was against the rules. Can you imagine having to learn to stay away from your own father when he’s sitting just across the room? That’s what they had to do. It was a precaution, like using their codenames. But Paris? She loved her daddy. There was no telling her, “Don’t talk to your daddy.“ She wasn’t having it. She was going up to the top of these slides, yelling, „Look, Daddy! Daddy! I’m going down the slide! Look!“ I’d just reminded her not to do that, but she was so excited she was up there doing it anyway. It wasn’t really a big deal. There were lots of fathers there; she could have been yelling at anyone. But a few minutes later, she was playing with this other girl in that big pool of plastic balls. All of a sudden, Paris run over to her dad gave him a big hug, and pulled his veil down and gave him a kiss on the cheek and then put the vail back and ran back to the play area.“
~ Javon Beard /Remember The time
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myinspirationmj:

via all4michael   “The kids were playing (at Chuck E Cheese), and Mr. Jackson was sitting in the corner with a hat and a black vail over his face. The kids knew whenever their daddy was in a public place, they couldn’t run up to him; that was against the rules. Can you imagine having to learn to stay away from your own father when he’s sitting just across the room? That’s what they had to do. It was a precaution, like using their codenames. But Paris? She loved her daddy. There was no telling her, “Don’t talk to your daddy.“ She wasn’t having it. She was going up to the top of these slides, yelling, „Look, Daddy! Daddy! I’m going down the slide! Look!“ I’d just reminded her not to do that, but she was so excited she was up there doing it anyway. It wasn’t really a big deal. There were lots of fathers there; she could have been yelling at anyone. But a few minutes later, she was playing with this other girl in that big pool of plastic balls. All of a sudden, Paris run over to her dad gave him a big hug, and pulled his veil down and gave him a kiss on the cheek and then put the vail back and ran back to the play area.“

~ Javon Beard /Remember The time

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Bill Clinton holding baby Blanket. :)
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Bill Clinton holding baby Blanket. :)

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