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Response: Your new spouse would say a vow to her not a vowel after the two of you exchange your vows and rings. You can find samples on www.foreverwed.com in the Articles section. He would say something like: I promise to love you, to support you, to laugh with you, to cry with you, to correct you when you need it, etc. By including things that are specific to your daughters personality and her age, the vow will be very personal. Be sure to videotape it so that she can view it when she is older.

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