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Dad Raises Eyebrows With His Reason For Taking 12-Year-Old Daughter Out Of School

Jeff Pavlock had some big plans on his plate, and there was no way he was going to let a little thing like sending his 12-year-old daughter to school get in the way. It’s deer season deep in the heart of Texas, and the Rosenberg resident decided that school could wait.

He took his little princess hunting, and he proudly touted his decision on social media.

As Click 2 Houston shares, Pavlock’s post has garnered a ton of attention - both of the positive and negative variety.

“When you check your 12 yr old daughter out of school early and everybody else writes down Dr appointments but you right down the truth...priorities. Ain’t nobody got time for school!!” he shared.

Pavlock shared a copy of the note that he wrote for the reason for taking his daughter out of school: “It’s deer season. Headed to go put the smackdown on a monster buck.”

While his note and post were written with humor in mind, Pavlock did, in fact, take his daughter out deer hunting with him. He always had a feeling that he was going to strike social media gold with one of his posts, and he certainly did just that. His post has been shared an astonishing 60,000 times.

“I'm always in a good mood and I always want to make people smile. I would always post a bunch of funny stuff on Facebook. I kept telling everybody: 'One day, I'm going to make it big,'” he noted. “I put down headed to go put the smack down on a monster buck ... That's the way we do it here in Texas.”

Pavlock is still wrapping his head around the fact that it gained so much traction, as he’s had responses from all over the place.

“I've got people from Canada and people messaging me from all over the United States, so I am just living in the moment and enjoying it. I just enjoy making people laugh. My wife is laughing,” he continued. “My whole family is laughing. We think it's hilarious. I never thought in my life it would blow up on Facebook.”

While he’s the one getting the attention because of his humorous post, he’s more than happy to share the spotlight with his little girl. Pavlock notes that she’s quite the hunting aficionado, so we would imagine that the pair had quite the day.

“She's a hunting little bugger. She's made about nine hunts with me so far. We are just waiting on the big one to come out of the woods,” he added.

While hunting is not everyone’s cup of tea, it’s still nice to see daddy and daughter sharing a common bond. A day out of school isn’t the end of the world, and there’s a good chance that the shared experience will mean a whole lot more in the grand scheme of things than anything she may have learned during class on that particular day.

Source: Click2Houston, Yahoo
Photo: KPRC

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