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Thoughtful little boy pens down some valuable life advice for relative's soon-to-be-born baby

People are amused by 7-year-old Levi's sensibility seeing the adorable note he wrote at his relative's baby shower.

Thoughtful little boy pens down some valuable life advice for relative's soon-to-be-born baby
Cover Image Source: Reddit | u/explodingpigeons

We generally perceive children to be very playful and unaware of the serious aspects of life. But little do we know that their tiny minds are capable of knowing and understanding what life really is, even at a very young age. Though they have experienced this world for just a handful of years, they tend to notice people and situations around them much better than adults. That is why, some kids have extremely quick-witted and admirable opinions that even elders look up to. Reddit user, u/explodingpigeons, posted a cute yet thoughtful note written by their son at a baby shower offering life advice for the unborn baby.

Representative Image Source: Pexels | Cottonbro Studio
Representative Image Source: Pexels | Cottonbro Studio

As a baby shower activity, people can fill the note with "advice and wishes for the mom-to-be" but seven-year-old Levi decided to offer his input for the soon-to-be-born baby instead. He wants the little one to say goodbye to "being stuck indoors" by which he apparently meant leaving their mother's womb and entering the real world. He advises the baby to say hello to "exploring the world." He asks the baby to "Always remember to be kind" and "Never give up." It is adorable and surprising at the same time that little Levi has so much apprehension about life and how one should live it. 

Representative Image Source: Pexels | Keira Burton
Representative Image Source: Pexels | Keira Burton

 

Levi assures the unborn child that "It's okay if you get upset" and adds "Remember to keep on going." The level of emotional maturity and optimism this little boy has can be seen in this note as he passes on his wisdom. Finally, Levi asks the baby to "Enjoy life." Seeing this note, people recognized the young boy's beautiful personality and had amazing things to say about him and his parents.

Image Source: Reddit | u/explodingpigeons
Image Source: Reddit | u/explodingpigeons

 

Image Source: Reddit | u/GlitterBlood773
Image Source: Reddit | u/GlitterBlood773

 

Image Source: Reddit | u/drippinsopurty
Image Source: Reddit | u/drippinsopurty

 

Image Source: Reddit | u/maybeCheri
Image Source: Reddit | u/maybeCheri

 

u/cocolifes wrote, "He got the wisdom of 70 year old," complimenting Levi's shrewd words. Praising Levi's upbringing, u/Arboretum7 commented: "What a sweet boy! I hope you’re taking a moment to step back and celebrate what a great job you’re doing as a parent." This wholesome note had so much positivity in it that it made many people smile. To think that this came from a 7-year-old is much more astounding.

Representative Image Source: Pexels | Jessica Ticozzelli
Representative Image Source: Pexels | Jessica Ticozzelli

In another instance of a 7-year-old girl named Ema speaking her mind, a note written by the child for those who want to steal her Halloween candies was posted by Reddit user u/HoneyBrezze123. Though her note was inspired by Alfalfa's letter to Darla in the "Little Rascals" movie, the idea of penning down her thoughts on people who may steal her candy was her own. She warned them beforehand rather than having to worry about stolen candy later showing how level-headed kids these days are. Just like Ema, Levi has also stated his mind through some of his priceless words of wisdom for the soon-to-be-born baby. Even at such a young age, he understands that it is important to lead a happy life and wants the baby to know that too. Children have their own wonderful way of looking at life with a positive attitude giving us hope that the world can be a better place if they are raised in an uplifting environment.

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