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Woman highlights the beautiful relationship her son and his great grandpa: 'He did come back to life'

In the montage, he can be seen swaying him, teaching him how to walk, hugging the child, taking him around in a stroller, showing him a deer, etc.

Woman highlights the beautiful relationship her son and his great grandpa: 'He did come back to life'
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @siaanstewart

The presence of loving grandparents in one's life is a precious gift that should be treasured and appreciated, as not everyone is fortunate enough to experience it. The guidance, wisdom, and unconditional love they provide create a strong foundation of support and stability for their grandchildren. Unfortunately, not everyone is fortunate enough to have this special bond with their grandparents, which makes it all the more important to recognize and value it when it exists. A beautiful video posted by Sian Stewart—who goes by @sianstewart by TikTok—shows how her grandfather care for her son after she separated from her partner.

Image Source: TikTok/@siaanstewart
Image Source: TikTok | @siaanstewart

The video begins with a picture of her and her son with the overlay text, "Me: 'Grandad, I'm leaving him..what do we do?'" Her grandfather told her, "'You come and live with me.'" Then she goes on to show how he actually stood by his word and spent time with her son. In the montage of shots, he can be seen swaying him, teaching him how to walk, hugging the child, taking him around in a stroller, showing him a deer, playing with him in a park and carrying him around.

The song "Home" by Edith Whiskers plays in the background. These pictures are a testimony of the loving relationship the grandad has with the child and he sure will be a great role model for the kid.

Image Source: TikTok/ @siaanstewart
Image Source: TikTok | @siaanstewart

The heartwarming video garnered about 3.8 million views on TikTok. It is captioned, "Grandad really did say don't worry, we got this." People on the platform just loved the great-grandad-grandson moments. @garrydrinkald commented, "I’ll bet you and your son have added years to Grandad's life." To which Stewart responded, "He really did come back to life when I and Jacob moved home, such a blessing to watch."

@hieladastile wrote, "You gave them both the most amazing memories and the best time of their lives, I truly love seeing beautiful souls." @Isfletch11 shared, "He saved you and you saved him back! Family support can be really hard to give and/or receive - what a blessing for all of you!" @exisbrislily expressed, "These are core memories your baby will have for a lifetime. I’m so glad you were able to move in."

Image Source: TikTok/ @siaanstewart
Image Source: TikTok | @siaanstewart

Stewart went on to share more pictures of her son with her grandfather and they are the cutest. They can be seen playing together. He is making him walk on the snow, cycling, carrying him around on his back and running with him. Meanwhile, the song "You've Got a Friend in Me" by Randy Newman plays in the background. The TikTok user also shared a video of her with the grandad. He was equally present for her and her siblings while growing up. In the pictures, he can be seen spending time with them doing different activities.

Image Source: TikTok/ @siaanstewart
Image Source: TikTok | @siaanstewart

People on social media were impressed with how involved the grandad was with the grandchildren and now the grandson. @jraaae8 commented, "He really has created a lifetime of happy memories over two generations." @jay.g.m expressed, "One in a million Grandpa." @chelsealaurenc wrote, "Unconditional love." Grandparents like these are the ones who prove good family relationships can help a child while growing up and make grandchildren rely on them no matter what. He sure has set the standards high when it comes to a grandparent.

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