One of the days that many young Jewish girls will remember for the rest of their life is the Bat Mitzvah, A Hebrew phrase that is translated as “Daughter of commandment.” According to Jewish law, a girl becomes a bat mitzvah when she reaches the age of 12. Prior to that time, the parents of the girl hold the responsibility for her actions. On that day, a party is typically held and it is a special day, indeed.
There are many traditions that go along with the bat mitzvah party, one of which is the dance that is shared between a father and daughter. Typically, it is a slow dance but when Jessica and her father took to the floor, the audience was in for quite a surprise. The dance may have started out slow but suddenly, the beat switched and they put on a performance that will not be forgotten for a very long time.
Following tradition is important for many families, but sometimes, you need to kick things up a notch. It helps to make the celebration even better and provides the guests with a day that they will treasure.