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Aunt hid her face when the nephew climbed into a stranger woman’s lap, but the woman’s reaction took the internet by storm

Most of us have a childhood memory where we talked to a stranger even though we were not allowed to. Children have an innocent mind and a sweet heart so they are sometimes attracted to people with the same kindness.

In the case of little Isaiah, he was at a high school football game with his aunt, Starr, when he noticed a woman with a friendly appearance and the little boy just had to get close to her.

In her Facebook post that has gone viral, Starr shared what happened and what a heartwarming response the foreign woman had.

She wrote: “I do not know this woman, but if you know her, tell her she’s amazing. Isaiah approached this woman at our last home game two weeks ago. He sat on her lap and they talked as if they knew each other. It lasted about 20

But she left immediately after the half to meet with her daughter. And tonight.. shortly after they sat down to watch the game Isaiah noticed her. She waved at him and he walked over to her. I thought their interaction would be the same as last time but I was wrong..”

Starr explained: “Isaiah approached her smiling, climbed on her knees and put his head on her shoulder. She received him with open arms. This woman shook Isaiah until he fell asleep like she was the one who gave birth to him. It was so sweet! We asked her if she wanted us to take him but she kept saying she (and he) was fine.

She said he was her new friend. Then she said she has only one daughter, and she’s 15, and moments like that are priceless”.

Starr’s post spread quickly and everyone she knew tried to help her locate this kind-hearted woman. Once they recognized her, Starr added to her post: “We found out who she is. Her name is Mrs. Angela. She is such a sweet woman!”.

Starr’s post received more than a million likes as a token of appreciation for the wonderful example Angela showed. Please share and help melt more people’s hearts.

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