- Pictures of an old man and a young boy child started a conversation among tweeps about how grandparents can be lovely
- There were those who said that all the love parents starve their children is reserved for the cute little grandkids
- Among those wowed by the photos were those who revealed they would have loved getting pampered by their grannies
Photos of a supposed grandpa with his grandkid have got many people talking on social media as tweeps praised their love.
In three photos shared by Twitter handle @jenny_rsa, a man held a phone as he tried to capture a boy believed to be his grandkid.
In one of the photos, the man sat so as to have a perfect shot of the boy's pose. Another photo showed them walking as they held hands.
People came under the snaps' comment section to speak about how they miss having their grandparents' love so much.
See the post below:
The photos have gathered over 100,000 likes with thousands of comments. Below are some of the reactions:
"But, they ain’t this sweet when they training their own child."
"On our recent visit to my parents, seeing my son use my dad's potbelly as a punching bag was my highlight. I was like 'what did being a grandpa do to my dad'."
"It's funny how they get so soft when they become grandparents... As parents they beat the hell out of us."
"Maybe only from your mother's side cause i don't have a good experience from my dad's side."
Briefly News also reported as an infant, everything is new and strange and full of possibility. Sometimes these new discoveries make us stop and giggle in complete joy while other times the oddness of the world is absolutely frightening.
An adorable little baby experienced one of these startling moments when he saw twin brothers for the first time. His mother caught the hilarious incident on camera and we couldn't help but chuckle at the sweet baby's reaction.
In the video, the mom is heard trying to comfort her panicked child through fits of laughter while the twin brothers teasingly reassure the boy they mean no harm
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