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Adorable grandma tears up while telling grandson how much she loves him: 'I could not love you more'

At a time when most people fake their way through just about anything to gain social media clout, the genuine emotion with which Grandma Bobbe fiercely tells her grandson how much she loves him is a heartwarming reminder of the things that really matter in life.

Adorable grandma tears up while telling grandson how much she loves him: 'I could not love you more'
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Matthew Stewart's relationship with his equal parts sassy and adorable grandmother, Bobbe Windham, is giving the internet all the feels. The incredibly close grandmother-grandson duo amassed a substantial follower base on social media platforms this year after the 35-year-old from Destin, Florida, began sharing videos of their time together. While most videos show Grandma Bobbe (a.k.a. GB) being her "beautimous" and badass self, it's the ones where she professes her love for Matthew that really tug at our heartstrings and leave us missing our own grandparents.



 

At a time when most people fake their way through just about anything to gain social media clout, the genuine emotion with which Grandma Bobbe fiercely tells her grandson how much she loves him is a heartwarming reminder of the things that really matter in life. In one such video, GB is seen cuddling up to Matthew who asks her, "You know I love you, right?" Although she begins her response with her signature fervor, Grandma Bobbe becomes overcome by emotions and breaks down as she says: "I love you too, you don’t know how much. Look, I could not love you any more... Matt, you’re like my own son!"



 

Looking into his grandmother's eyes, Matthew notices tears welling up. "Why are you crying?" he asks her, to which she responds: "I'm crying because I love you so much and I'm so happy being around you and being with you..." Moved by GB's emotional response, Matthew says: "You’re going to make me cry." The loving grandmother explains to her grandson that her tears are just "tears of happiness of being with" him and around him, and letting her be part of his life. The emotional video concludes with the pair saying "I love you" to each other and GB planting a sweet kiss on her grandson's cheek.



 

Grandma Bobbe managed to keep a better handle on her emotions in a recent attempt to articulate her love for Matthew where she told him how much she appreciates his role in her life. "I want you to know how much I love you and how special you are in my life and how much I appreciate you and all you do for me. You make my life such a pleasure, you know? I can't find words enough to tell you but please know, in my heart, you keep my heart overflowing. I just want you to know how special you are and the joy you bring to my life and the happiness you bring to my life," she tells Matthew.



 

"You give me a reason to get up in the morning and I love you," GB adds. Speaking to CafeMom earlier this year about his relationship with Grandma Bobbe, Matthew revealed that the two of them lived together for four years before he started to travel for work. "We have a very close relationship and love each other very much," he said, adding that his grandmother is "more like a mother to me than a grandmother." 



 

"I spent much of my childhood with her and my grandfather. I guess you could say we're a pretty good team," Matthew explained. "I've had tons of people send me messages saying how much they miss their grandparents and seeing her brings back good memories. I've also had messages saying they wish my grandmother was their grandmother." Matthew hopes his bond with GB will encourage others to reach out to their grandparents. "Our grandparents need us," he said. "Even just a phone call can make their day. They're not going to be here forever, so we better spend as much time with them while they are still here."

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