- A heartwarming video of a two-year-old girl has shown why every household must have a girl child
- The baby girl could be seen feeding her great-grandfather who needs help in his daily activities
- The video has put a smile in the faces of social media users who could not hide their joy over the girl's compassion towards her great-grandpa
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A two-year-old girl has shown that little children sometimes understand the struggle adults go through in life.
The baby girl could be seen in a heartwarming video feeding her great-grandfather who is suffering from a stroke.
In the video, the great-grandpa reclined on the bed with his meal on his lap while his great-granddaughter fed him what looked like custard.
The video was shared on Instagram by @mediagist and social media users could not hide their satisfaction.
Instagram user with the handle @mystik9782 wrote:
"Girl child...innate nurturing. Boys love their mums but once bae enters, end of love story..."
"Up coming good mother."
"Awwwwwwwn this is so cute."
The innocence and honesty of children are things to admire. In similar news, one young boy's request at his school ended up helping his mother.
A mother, Nhlanhla Sarah, took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to share her story
Sarah revealed that on Monday, February 17, when she went to pick up her son from school, his class teacher gave her two plastic bags filled with clothes.
On top of that, the school also gave them food and Sarah was in awe of how her son helped her.
"I took them with no pride cause I needed them, they also gave me some food. I was so happy and the clothes are so beautiful, as I speak he's already picked clothes for casual day on Friday. I'm so proud of this little fella looking out for his mom. I'm definitely raising a gentleman."
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