Having a brother or a sister is like having a best friend and a partner in crime all in one. Getting to know someone literally all your life is a weird but comforting feeling. It’s like there’s this assurance that in case life goes spiraling down, there’s someone you can run to for help.
More than a year ago, the internet was brought to tears with the viral video of a boy meeting his new-born brother for the first time.
But unlike most, the boy in the video is a bit more special. The four-year-old Kent has Down Syndrome. But if you think that his medical condition makes him any less of a good brother, then you’re very wrong.
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When it was time for Kent to meet his little sibling, Noah, his grandmother thought that it’ll be a great idea to film the entire encounter.
“[Kent] had been waiting so long for this moment, so excited to meet his Little Brother! Kent is going to be the best big brother. He is the most loving boy in the world.”
Hold onto your tissues, folks.
As seen on the video, the ecstatic Kent was running down the halls of the hospital, carrying a blue teddy bear in one hand. When he entered the room, he immediately handed the stuffed toy to his mom who was currently sitting on the bed with the sleeping Noah on her arms. Still, the wide smile plastered on Noah’s face was as bright as the summer sun.
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When he finally got the chance to look at his baby brother’s face, man, his eyes lit up. He then proceeded to give little Noah a quick peck on the forehead.
Oh no, the painfully adorable moment doesn’t end there.
When it’s time to put the baby on his lap, Kent clapped merrily. He then tickled Noah’s small feet, which of course made the baby move a little. With that, a brief giggle escaped the beaming little man.
Couldn’t this encounter be any less cute?
A year has passed and evidently, Kent and Noah grew to be best buds!
Watch the video below:
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