Nothing is as pure and sweet as the unconditional love a child has for their parents. And as one little girl is proving, that affection starts early!
Gabby and her younger sister Lily were adopted by a couple in the U.S. when they were just 4 years old and 1 year old respectively. Their homecoming is one of Gabby’s most cherished memories, which she recently shared with her mom. The adorable way she remembers the story is melting the hearts of thousands!
In a precious video recorded by her mom, Gabby explains how meeting her parents changed her life forever. “Well when we was born, we became two little babies, and then Lily was still a baby, and I was 4 years old,” she says, making sure she doesn’t forget a single detail. “I got so big, and Lily was still a baby.”
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She goes on to explain that the two little ones were incredibly excited to meet their new parents. “We love you guys, and we want to be here for you and daddy,” Gabby continues. Touched, her mom assures her the feeling is mutual.
But Gabby isn’t even close to done! She leans in and whispers her next point like she’s sharing a huge secret. “Do you know what happened to my heart?” she asks. “When I saw you… my heart fell in love with you!”
Of course, her mom is quick to reply, “My heart fell in love with you too!”
The video is so cute that everyone who watches their precious exchange can say they are in the same boat. The online comments make that perfectly clear!
Moments like these are what make parenthood so incredibly rewarding. Gabby’s mom and dad are lucky to have such a loving daughter! It’s just icing on the cake that she remembers her adoption day so well.
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