Never undervalue the choices and feelings that children make because, frequently, they have the ability to reveal a lot more than we realize.
Most of the time, they are the ones who make us think about things we hadn’t thought about before. We frequently read stories in which children perform acts of kindness and solidarity that not all adults could.
When they saw a man in a wheelchair struggling to clear the snow from his driveway in their car, Daniel Medina’s children asked him to stop.
The two children suddenly expressed a desire to stop as Daniel Medina and his two children were driving home through the icy and snowy streets of Wisconsin, USA.
The two boys, aged 6 and 10, had observed a wheelchair-bound individual struggling to remove the accumulation of snow from his driveway.
As if they were two young boy scouts, the children immediately felt compelled to assist the stranger. Even though it’s extremely cold and snowing, it’s their duty to help someone in need!
As he captured the moment his children helped the wheelchair user clear the snow, Daniel made the following observation as a father: A proud fatherly moment:
As we drive down S60th St. near Morgan, my two sons, ages 10 and 6, notice a man in a wheelchair attempting to clear his driveway and want to assist him.
They order me to halt. We can clearly see why Daniel was so proud of his children: Anyone in his position would have seen his success as a parent.
If they are so empathetic and ready to help other people at such a young age, we are confident that they will continue to be great people into adulthood!