Never undervalue a child’s judgment or emotions since they frequently reveal far more to us than we think. Most of the time, they are the ones who make us think more about certain aspects of life that we had not considered.
Children frequently play the magnificent roles of protagonists in stories about acts of charity and unity that not all adults would be able to carry out. Daniel Medina should be quite proud of his kids for extending the invitation to stop just as they were driving past a guy in a wheelchair who was struggling mightily to shovel snow from his driveway.
When suddenly the two kids expressed a want to halt, Daniel Medina was driving home with his two kids through Wisconsin’s cold and icy roadways. The two young children, ages 6 and 10, had observed a wheelchair-bound father struggling to shovel the snow that had collected on his driveway. The two little boys were immediately moved to go assist the stranger, acting like two small boy scouts. No matter how cold and snowy the weather is, they have a duty to assist those in need.
With a caption that reads, “Proud fatherly moment: we are driving down S60th St near Morgan and my two sons, aged 10 and 6 years, ask me to stop because they saw a man in a wheelchair trying to clear his driveway and wanted to help him,” Daniel captured the moment in which his kids assist the man in the wheelchair in clearing the snow.
We can completely appreciate Daniel’s pride in his offspring; anyone in Daniel’s situation would have assumed that he was raising them well. We have no doubt that they will develop into wonderful adults if they are already so kind and want to assist others.