Having someone you love and sharing precious moments with the dearest ones cannot be replaced with any gold or money in the world. Very often our dearest organize special surprises that melt our hearth. Love and attention can be expressed in various different ways. Some do small things with great meaning, while others prepare big surprises with tremendous amount of significance attach to them.
Small or big, they are wonderful. Take a look at all of these selected 18 special moments of these amazing people.
“Every morning my father places bird food in the yard for my mom to wake up to this view.”
“Every time my fiancé hears a song at his work that he thinks I will like, he writes it down on a scrap of paper to give to me when he gets home.”
“This is my great grandma on her 98th birthday. My family brings her change all the time because she absolutely loves putting it in her piggy bank. Well, this year she got cash for her piggy bank — look at that face. She’s adorable.”
“My dad was a police officer who worked in the major crash unit. I was three years old in this photo taken on Christmas Day. He had spent the day at a fatal car crash where two children had died. I only found this out today.”
“I’m just glad they all get along.”
“As a newly single mother, I thought we could use a third member of the family. The first ride home, I knew she was the perfect addition.”
“That’s my favorite family photo yet since bringing our little Chewy home.”
“For Christmas, my wife got a recording from Christmas 1973, the last year her grandmother was alive before breast cancer took her. My wife was not born until 1976. This is the first time she has ever heard her grandmother’s voice.”
“One of my six-month-old twin girls learned how to wave… Now it’s all she does.”
“My son was excited to find Daddy in his new Lego kit.”
She said to her mommy, “Thank you for adopting these kitties! They are the best!”
“Here’s my wife thinking she is surprising me, scraping snow off my car, after a twelve-hour night shift at the hospital. I’m a lucky fella.”
“My grandmother recently passed away, and my mother found this card in her house. I apparently gave her ten cents on her birthday when I was two, and she taped it to a card and kept it her whole life.”
“My grandpa passed away a few months ago. I visited his house today for the first time since and his wife has their wedding outfits hanging like this in their house. That’s true love.”
His baby has to wear a head-shaping helmet, so he has the whole family wearing helmets now.
“My Grandpa and his old friend Wynton braving the cold.”
“My dad and I recreated a tender moment 34 years later.”ting a 34-year-old moment. Father-son relationship.
“My mother baked me cakes for 44 years on my birthdays. Two months ago she passed away, so my father did his best and made this.”