Not A Dry Eye In The Room When Kid Gives His First Homerun Ball To Grandpa
The best part about achieving an accomplishment is to share it with the people you care about the most.
A kid by the name of Felix hit his first home run recently, and he immediately knew he needed to celebrate the milestone with his grandpa, who he calls "Papa." When his parents let him know he should sign his home run balls and sign them, he decided to sign one with his name "best feeling ever," and another one with "Papa, I love you."
Papa was at the game where he hit not just one, but two home runs, but Felix decided to wait until he got back home to surprise him with his signed ball. Video taken of the moment shows Felix come into the garage where Papa is.
He explains that he had his signed home run ball, and Felix said "And I signed this one, it says 'Papa, I love you' on it."
Papa immediately burst into tears, "Why did you do that?" he asked.
"Because you taught me everything about baseball," Felix replied as he starts to cry too.
The two embraced in a hug and Papa kissed Felix on the forehead.
Grab your tissues before you watch this one, especially if you've got a grandpa, grandson, or a love for the sport of baseball, or you're just a baby when it comes to wholesome family moments.
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