There’s nothing that a parent would not do for their children. Unfortunately, not all can give their kids everything that they wanted and needed.
Just like one Connecticut mom, for example. Her kids are about to go to school, but her pocket just can’t afford to buy them new clothes. Despite knowing that shoplifting is illegal, she just felt not having any options at the time.
Store employees caught the 27-year-old mom on camera puting some items into a bag and quickly called the police. Fairfield Police Sgt. Hector Irizarry arrived and inspected what happened. He then noticed that the bag was full of children clothing.
The police officer then realized that all the stuff were not for the mother’s sake, but for her kids.
Irizarry, who is a father himself, knew that there are a lot of parents out there who struggle to provide for their family.
Although he knows that the woman clearly did something wrong, and his police side wanted to give the store justice, but the parent in him just couldn’t help but feel bad for the mom.
Irizarry had the stolen clothes at the cash register.
To the mother’s surprise, the police officer paid for the clothes.
“I took the clothes over to the cash register, I decided to pay for them myself, and she didn’t know what I was doing … Of course, she got emotional, the person with her got emotional, and she asked ‘what can I do to pay you back?'”
The compassionate officer simply asked the woman to do a good deed as well.
Irizarry said he hopes his story shows “law enforcement in a positive light.”
“It was just something I felt compelled to do, and it really came from the heart.”
12-Year-Old Boy Is Sole Caregiver of Sick Mom So He Brings Her To School With Him Daily
What an amazing son!
We've heard many touching stories about mothers who willingly sacrifice anything for their children. Today, it's going to be all about a boy who showed his love for his love for his mother in very extraordinary ways.
12-year-old Filipino boy Jhon Mark Nasih is currently in the fifth grade and he is his mother's sole caregiver. Alma, his mom, has been suffering from Cerebral Palsy since she was diagnosed with the disorder back when she was 17.
Since no one stays with Alma at home, Jhon Mark just brings her with him to school everyday.
10-Year-Old Girl Saves A Newborn Baby With Skills She Learned From YouTube
This proves that playing pretend is a great way to learn some useful life skills. Way to go Chloe!
Parents are often warned against giving gadgets to settle their kids down. With the emergence of medical conditions like smartphone addiction and screen dependency, it isn’t surprising that many heeded this advice.
However, there are certain situations that children benefit from the use of the Internet and social media. Take 10-year-old girl Chloe Carrion, for example. She watched YouTube videos and was able to save a life. No, really.
Meet Chloe Carrion, Northern Virginia’s young hero
Boy Rides Fire Truck To First Day Of School Just Like His Late Firefighter Dad Wanted
It was a family tradition that lived on, despite the father’s untimely demise.
A five-year-old Tennessee boy rode arrived on his first day of school in a rather unique vehicle. Just as his late firefighter dad wanted, Cooper Brooks arrived in a fire truck alongside his father’s co-workers from the Sullivan County Volunteer Fire Department.
Christopher Brooks lost his life in a motorcycle accident in May. The 21-year-old volunteer firefighter passed before getting the chance to do the family tradition.
Christopher wanted Cooper to experience what his own father did when he was a young boy.