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Dad gets a heartwarming note from his daughter while going through a divorce: 'I love you tons'

She also drew a big heart on a note and colored it red with the words, 'I will always be here for you.'

Dad gets a heartwarming note from his daughter while going through a divorce: 'I love you tons'
Cover Image Source: Reddit/ u/stefanfection

Parents are always a great source of support and comfort for kids but sometimes kids themselves lend a shoulder to support their adult parents.  The words kids use or the gestures they do no matter how small have a lasting impact on the parents. It could be just a hug or a small note they give to their parents, but they mean a lot to them.

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Image Source: Pexels/ Kampus Production

 

Similarly, a dad u/stefanfection on Reddit shared a beautiful gesture his daughter did for him while he was going through a divorce. He posted a picture of the note his child wrote for him. "Hey Dad, I know you are going through a hard time right now and I just want you to know that I will be here for you forever and always. I hope you become happy again because I would love to do a ton of fun things with you in the *summer.* I love you tons and just remember that..." She also drew a heart and colored it with these words inside, "I will always be here for you."

Image Source: Reddit/ u/EmotionalOtta
Image Source: Reddit/ u/EmotionalOtta

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The picture is captioned, "I went through a divorce recently and have been having a rough time. I woke up to this this morning from my daughter. It also helps I just gained custody of her." The post has garnered over 71k upvotes and thousands of comments on Reddit. 

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Image Source: Pexels/ Photo by Ketut Subiyanto
Image Source: Pexels/ Photo by Ketut Subiyanto

 

Many on the social media platform were touched by what the kid did. u/Icouldusesomerock commented, "She loves you more than words can express. You’ve done a fine job sir keep it up." u/EvilPimp14 wrote, "Crazy how emotionally intellectual children are." u/IridescentDelphinium pointed out, "That’s a well-loved kid. Good job, Dad." u/mlperiwinkle shared, "Remember to tell her it is not her job to take care of you even as you appreciate just how much she loves you." u/ITeachYourKidz commented, "You are clearly doing something right. Be encouraged." u/hibernatingcow expressed, "This is the payoff all parents hope to see from their kids. You’re a great dad man."

Image Source: Reddit/ u/Gloomy_Jump3021
Image Source: Reddit/ u/Gloomy_Jump3021

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In another similar story, a person received a heartwarming note from his boss' daughter. The note read, "Thanks for always giving me someone to talk to when I get back from school. I will miss you heaps." It ended with a heart and smiley emojis. It was posted on Reddit by u/Spaceinvader and has gained over 20k upvotes. The post caption reads, "I quit my job. My boss's 10-year-old daughter gave me this card." u/Spaceinvader added, "Yes I did cry. She is the sweetest little girl and being the only female in my office, I would always ask her how her day was to make sure she felt comfortable." 

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Many on the social media platform loved the girl's sweet note. u/acceptable_shine_183 commented, "Awww... to be great in the eyes of a child is the best." u/subterranean44 wrote, "Give her a little stationary set, stamps and your address so she can keep in touch. It’s important to have non-parent trusted adults. That’s very sweet." u/armadillostill1222 expressed, "Aw that's so sweet. What a nice kid and so nice of you to make her feel welcome."

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