These pictures of parents might just make you teary-eyed with their sincere efforts to put a smile on the faces of their children.
We never grow old in our parents' eyes. Whether we are five or 55, they will continue to worry about us and our well-being till the very end. Whether it is about knitting adorable Christmas sweaters or going with the flow to indulge in the activities their kids enjoy, parents will literally do anything and everything to make their kids smile. However, each parent has their own way of expressing love to their kids. Not everyone is vocal about it or physically affectionate with their children, but the little things they do for them make a whole lot of difference in the developmental years of a child. So, here are some heartwarming moments shared by netizens on various social media platforms that capture the love and care their parents shower on them and how they constantly support their kids in different phases of their lives.
When I was 12, I made my dad a purple tie-dye shirt and wrote “HANNAH’S DAD” on the front. It was not a school project. I just wanted everyone to know he was my dad. He wears it to any major event in my life and stole the show at my book launch yesterday 💜😭💜 pic.twitter.com/aO98VuaSOY— Hannah Green (@xanaxcowboy_) April 13, 2023
So, my parents gifted me a puffy vest…they then revealed that they also own the same one! Now, we have a matching family outfit 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/5qZ2aEhlJv— Stan Yu (@icantstanyu) March 8, 2022
When I was 8 my mom planted a Camellia tree by my bedroom window for me. I’m 20 and about to move out, look at her now :) pic.twitter.com/GGZNGbPG4G— Cait🧃 (@CaitCamelia) April 26, 2021
I bought my dad some mugs with little ceramic doggos at the bottom. He just handed me coffee, but, ‘I can’t fill it up more than that or the dog will drown.’ pic.twitter.com/XdC8Ib7mX1— Dr Kat Day (she/her) 🏳🌈 🧪🐙 (@chronicleflask) April 29, 2023
this piece is entitled "kind things my father has messaged me from the kitchen, at about 6pm, whilst I panic about the world from my bedroom" pic.twitter.com/NZwJxgIxd4— maddie hindes (@madeleinelily) June 4, 2020