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Mom frames the first text message that her child sent her and it is melting everyone's hearts

'Wow your five-year-old has a much better grasp on punctuation than most middle-aged Americans,' one person commented.

Mom frames the first text message that her child sent her and it is melting everyone's hearts
Cover Image Source: Reddit | u/meowmixalots

Parents usually love to keep their children's "firsts." Be it the first clothes they wore when they were born, the first toy they bought for them or their first cutlery. It is for them to cherish those memories for years. That's what this mom did. She framed the first text message that her son sent her, which is the sweetest thing one would come across on the internet. u/meownmixalots shared a picture of the framed text message her son sent on Reddit. It also comprises the child's photograph and is captioned, "I printed out and framed the first text my son ever sent me. Age 5."

Representative Image Source: Pexels | RDNE Stock Project
Representative Image Source: Pexels | RDNE Stock Project

The message reads, "I love you so much mom you're number one! Also, you're the best person in the world mum ever you're the best woman ever to mum. Love Alex" with lots of emojis. It is proof of how much the kid loves his mother and chooses to express it even at such a young age. The post went viral, garnering 32k upvotes and over 500 comments.

Image Source: Reddit | u/meowmixalots
Image Source: Reddit | u/meowmixalots

People on the platform could not stop talking about this heartwarming message. u/BellaFromSizerland commented, "I don't know how old he is now, but hug him relentlessly. My 16-year-old is cute, but I don't get any hugs anymore. He used to jump off the stairs to land in my arms sniff." u/pardonyourmess wrote, "You're the best at mumming! Wonderful!!" u/redditenjoyer-5567 shared, "Wow your five-year-old has a much better grasp on punctuation than most middle-aged Americans."

Image Source: Reddit | u/FrostingBites
Image Source: Reddit | u/FrostingBites

u/shiningmooneTTV shared, "Back in my day, parents would save our baby teeth in tin jars and call it a day. This is so much better." u/BigSun6576 expressed, "Bestest mum ever to mum, no competition here, the kid knows his stuff." u/Miranda_Veranda commented, "Aww mum to mum this is so precious. And what a great idea to frame that!" It is a joy for parents to see their children expressing their hearts and it comes out of a deep relationship they have built with them since they were very young.

Image Source: Reddit | u/tinybelle007
Image Source: Reddit | u/tinybelle007

In another similar story, a 2-year-old, Amaris Traversy, was seen performing with her preschool classmates on a stage in a TikTok video. The children were dressed in their paper crowns and singing a song. The child was unable to focus on anything but her mother, Genevieve Traversy, who was sitting in the audience. She wrote in the caption that she captured this moment on camera shortly after "adopting the baby girl." This video was filmed in 2019. She was seen saying "my mommy" in the video clip. She kept doing that repeatedly.


 
 
 
 
 
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The mother told TODAY, "I felt like that was the moment she realized I wasn't going anywhere. I'm going to cry just thinking about it." Amaris was placed in foster care with their family when she was a newborn. The mom shared that when she came first, she was 18 months old and was anxious and terrified of people. She would "flinch" if anyone tried to come close to her. "We had to pour a lot, a lot of love into her. There was quite a bit of crying — not just from her but from all of us. It was hard," said Genevieve. She is proud of how her daughter has turned out. "She's a big kid now—she's starting to read."

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