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LOOK: Two kids melt netizens’ hearts because of one sweet gesture

Two young boys touched the hearts of netizens after showing a simple but affectionate gesture.

  • A shop owner posted about how the boys went to her store just to look for a birthday gift for their mother.
  • Netizens commented that it seems like the boys were raised well by their parents.

Filipinos are usually very family-oriented and are oftentimes close to their relatives, especially to their parents and siblings.

Special occasions are almost always celebrated with one another, making his or her day as special as it can get.

Two kids went viral for melting the hearts of Facebook users with one simple gesture for their mother.

Sarah Alexandrea Daculap posted on her account about her encounter with the two boys in her clothing store. She said that they noticed two young boys browsing for clothes. But then as they walked around the shop, she noticed that they were looking at the ladies’ section.

“Nakakatuwa yong umaga ko! Habang nag aantay ng customer, may dalawang batang lalaki na pumasok sa store nmin. Tapos napansin ko sa mga damit pambabae sila pumipili. So nag taka ako…” Sarah wrote on her post.

She asked the two what they were looking for and they automatically pointed at the women’s clothing. Wanting to help them, the netizen asked who the clothes were for.

The two boys answered that it will be for their mother who was celebrating her birthday that day.

Netizens flooded the comment section with kind words, saying that the boys were raised well by their mother.

“Sweet na bata. Sweet din kasi ang mama nila. Nakikita talaga sa bata kung pano sya pinalaki ng magulang,” a Facebook user commented who seemed like a friend of the kids’ mother.

Other netizens added that love isn’t just showcased in grand gestures alone but simple and thoughtful things as well.

Good morning everyjuan! Nakakatuwa yong umaga ko! Habang nag aantay ng customer may dalawang batang lalaki na pumasok…

Posted by Sarah Alexandrea Daculap on Monday, September 28, 2020

The post now has more than 13,000 shares and 28,000 reactions on Facebook.

Written by J M

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