He continuously asked her why she bought him an expensive gift and could not believe his eyes.
Christmas is a joyous time for everyone as children receive exciting gifts and adults love to see the joy on their faces. It is a season of sharing love and happiness and this is what a grandmother did for her grandson. She gifted him the latest PlayStation and his reaction was absolutely priceless. TikTok user, abanks299, posted the video of his reaction and it has already gathered over 1.2 million views on the video-sharing platform.
The video starts with a young boy unwrapping a big present and as soon as he realized what it is, he steps away to process it saying, "Oh my God!" repeatedly. He then proceeds to hug his grandma and say, "You are the best grandma in the whole world." She replies while hugging him with love, "Yes, I am and I know it." He then asks her why she got him such an expensive present to which the grandma simply replies, "You are my grandson and I wanted you to have this for Christmas."
The young boy unwraps the entire present and stares in disbelief and grandma asks him if he likes it. The boy replies, "I never thought I would ever have it." This adorable video bought tears to everyone's eyes as they witnessed this beautiful moment between a young boy and his grandma. One user commented, "His reaction says it all. You can tell he's an awesome young man. This is so awesome." Another added, "His reaction says it all. You can tell he's an awesome young man. This is so awesome."
A third TikTok user said, "His reaction says it all. You can tell he's an awesome young man. This is so awesome." Another commented, "His reaction says it all. You can tell he's an awesome young man. This is so awesome."
In another adorable Christmas story, For the second year in a row, a 12-year-old Boy Scout stepped into the role of secret Santa and bought Christmas presents for more than 100 foster kids and kids in shelters who may not otherwise be able to experience the holiday season. Jonathan Werner stated that he was inspired to carry out his charity activity after learning about his father's personal experience growing up in foster care. He told Good Morning America, "Based upon stories that I have from him, it didn't really sound like they had much of a Christmas."
This year, 138 children in four Minnesota counties—Kanabec, Isanti, Pine, and Chisago—as well as certain youngsters in a small area of Anoka County—will receive basic needs and personal care items. Additionally, Jonathan selected toys and gift cards for the youngsters. He used lists that the community social workers with whom he was paired would share with him to choose from a range of shopping trips. In total, the seventh-grader thought he had spent around $11,300 on 600 items. To pay for the gifts, he sold popcorn to neighbors, and this year, he made more money than he had expected.