- A proud mom recently shared how her son made her proud by sharing lunch with a car guard at a local beach
- In the post, she explains how her son had decided to go and speak to the lady who was sitting on a bench at the beach
- Locals absolutely loved it, many of them taking to the comment section to commend both the parent and the son
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A little boy and a small kind gesture recently crept into the hearts of many South Africans. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, his mom, Linda Ann Labuschagne shared how her little boy had spotted a car guard at the beach and decided to go sit with her.
In the heartwarming post, the young kid's mom explains how he went up to her and started having a lengthy conversation. Before long he was opening up his lunch box and sharing his lunch with the kind car guard.
"My son went to sit by this lady who was a car guard at the beach... They had a long conversation and he shared his lunch with her. (A Facebook memory that popped up... way before covid)," she captioned the post.
Stayers had this to say about the sweet post:
Gavin Roux said:
"The kids teach us, adults, every day we still refuse to learn what a beautiful pic this is."
Ylita Doty Van Wyk said:
"Think we should learn from our kids how to treat others instead of us teaching them.. Innocence."
Nqobile Mzimela said:
"This is honestly beautiful thank you Linda for teaching him to be a man, may God bless this little soul, I love him already."
In other heartwarming YEN.com.gh news, another beautiful house has been built in South Africa, this time the builder is, @asamngqithi. The beautiful Mzansi woman recently took to Twitter to share that she had just built the stunning property.
In the caption of the post, she also explains that the house is a dedication to her late grandmother who had passed away before she could see the beautiful home completely built and ready to be moved into.
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