This man made a difference in the child’s life. Being inclusive and accepting when it comes to persons with disabilities, means so much.
Birthday is a special occasion which people usually celebrate with their dear ones. And who doesn’t like a party surrounded by friends and family? That’s what this man was doing on his 29th birthday before being interrupted by an adorable child. In a Twitter video posted by @GoodNewsCorres1, there is an overlay text, “Young girl with autism blows out a stranger’s birthday candles and the birthday boy couldn’t be sweeter about it.”
As the video starts, the man looks happy as he is seen celebrating his birthday at a restaurant, and everyone around him is singing for him. Meanwhile, a young girl comes in clapping her hands and is seen trying to blow out the candles on the cake. Her father stops her from doing that. But the man asks the father to let her do that. The video ends with the child blowing out the candles.
The video caption reads, “During this man's 29th birthday celebration, this young girl with autism hears the table singing and comes over to celebrate with them. As she blows out the Bday candles the girl's father tries to stop her but the birthday boy couldn't be nicer about it.” It garnered more than 162.8K views and 4K likes. @DoersDo4Ever commented, “What better way to share your birthday than with an adorable young lady excited to blow out candles?!?! @Augusta_Abba wrote, “One of life’s sweet moments. @SlpSpec expressed, “What a generous guy and an adorable little girl!” @TonytoyouTfd commented, “There is a whole lot of loving wisdom in these two beautiful people's collaboration on the moment they share.” @tlsbhaskar pointed out, “Adorable and very sweet guy …. super cute girl …” @stinkygracie1 wrote, “Kindness always wins.” @augie_pup expressed, “How wonderful. Such a kind thing to do.”
This man surely made a lot of difference in the child’s life. Being inclusive and accepting when it comes to persons with disabilities, means so much. In a similar video, a Disneyland actress who plays the evil queen invites Thomas, an autistic teen to feel her cape which appears to be made of velvet. "Would you like to feel my cape?" she asks, as Thomas has a fallen leaf in his hand.
"It's almost as soft as that leaf," she says, and Thomas joins her. As they walk, the evil queen extends her hand to Thomas, saying, "Here, take my hand. Let's stroll throughout the kingdom." They walk together, with the evil queen shouting, "Make way for royalty!" as Disneyland guests look on. In the video, Thomas's father writes, "Thomas is safe and understood [at Disneyland]. Cast members take good care of him and they show genuine happiness/excitement to see him."
In a second clip, the queen and Thomas walk near Sleeping Beauty’s castle. "This is a better angle. If only there was a mirror here to see our reflection," she tells Thomas before asking if they could take a picture together. Many on the internet loved the way the evil queen interacted with Thomas. @mrsvanderm said, "This is why. I can take my autistic son, and he is loved and not an inconvenience to them." Another person, @crazydiablo44, said, "Even the evil queen has a soft side. Don’t tell anyone. Love these videos."
During this man's 29th birthday celebration, this young girl with autism hears the table singing and comes over to celebrate with them. As she blows out the Bday candles the girl's father tries to stop her but the birthday boy couldn't be nicer about it 🎂pic.twitter.com/FB2FjLeOdf— GoodNewsCorrespondent (@GoodNewsCorres1) April 12, 2023