It's the small details that count. Many users of Twitter got really sentimental when someone asked for a random fact about the people they love. Some people shared tales of those with quirky, humorous traits while others reminisced about their lost loved ones. After seeing such wholesome responses that got us pretty emotional, we couldn't help but share. Here are some of the best responses from this faith-in-humanity restoring thread.
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This Nephew Knows It's The Small Details That Count
Whenever I spend time w/my nephew, he always wears some item of clothing I have given him & he NEVER misses. He's never called it out or drawn my attention to it, it's just this sweet thoughtful thing he's always quietly done that I've always noticed. His mom hadn't even realized https://t.co/nYzZf1fwzs— Laura Bradford (@bradfordlit) January 10, 2019
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A Son Comforts His Grieving Mother
Mine is when my mum died 5 years ago— Antonia (@Flaminhaystack) December 7, 2018
I woke up in the middle of the night to find my son, aged 8 sitting on my bed watching me.
I asked if he was OK & he said, "I'm staying awake in case you wake up really sad & need an emergency hug from me"
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A First-Time Dad Cradles His Newborn
When our son was born (our first baby together) the warming light wasn’t working. I told hubby to pick him up. He asked if that was ok. I said yeah, you’re the dad. The look of wonder and awe on his face, as he cradled our baby and repeated, “I’m the dad.” Best. Memory. Ever.— M. Charles is drafting (@2TheImp) December 6, 2018
- 4997 VOTES
Literally A Warm Gesture