- A dad was brought to tears by his daughter's touching note she wrote him, thanking him for everything he does for her
- She left the note for him, he became so emotional and when she heard him cry, she asked him why
- He posted the story on Facebook in the #ImStaying group and people were touched by the kind gesture
Xolani Eenbom took to Facebook to share an emotional story in the #ImStaying group. She wrote him a note, thanking him for everything he does for her.
She told him that she loves him so much. This brought him to tears and had her asking him why he was crying.
Here is the caption to his post:
"Just received this from my daughter,couldn’t hold myself I cried and like usual she’s shy.She left and went outside and came back after few minutes and asked me...”Baba why ukhala”?? Meaning “Daddy why are you crying”??"
"So love her and that’s the reason I’m staying"
Here are some reactions from Facebook users to the touching story:
Maka Iminathi Sobethu:
"Absent fathers I hope u can learn about 1 or 2 this child will appreciate ur effort do something for her."
"Wonderful and be the dad she wants. She will always respect you and love you. God bless."
"Frame them, they will be precious for years and years and to your grandchildren."
"I'm crying too! She's so sweet, you are doing a good job with that girl, keep it up, dad!"
Earlier, Briefly.col.za reported that A mom whose Facebook tag is Mmase Queen took to the social platform to share an amazing story in the #ImStaying group.
She revealed that she had lost her job due to the Covid-19 pandemic and her daughter inspired her with a generous gift.
Her daughter wrote a note thanking her for being a supermom and gave her all the money she had saved, R48, which brought her to tears.
She captioned the post with this:
"Since the Covid-19 pandemic, like many South African's I found myself jobless. So last night my daughter gave me this note (please read) and that parcel next to it, I couldn't stop my tears, and for that #ImStaying."
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