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‘Made my day’: Endearing video of toddler running to welcome her brothers home melts hearts online

In a clip that seems to be breaking the internet, a wobbly toddler is seen trying to run as fast as she can on a sidewalk to meet three little boys coming back from school.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 13, 2021 11:23:59 am
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Coming home from a long day at school is always a great feeling but when you have someone eagerly waiting for you, it becomes extra special. Now, a viral video of a little girl running to greet her three elder brothers has delighted everyone online.

In a clip that now seems to be breaking the internet, a wobbly toddler is seen trying to run as fast as she can on a sidewalk to meet three little boys coming back from school. As she spots them around the corner, she yells in excitement and gets a similar if not louder reaction from her brothers!

As they all run towards each other, the boys rush to greet and hug their little sister ‘Emmy’. Their group hug has left many emotional. Sharing the video, their mother Brittany said it happens “Every. Single. Time.”

Watch the video here:

Brittany has since uploaded another endearing video introducing her sons Lucas, Liam and Levi and daughter Emelia. “The love these kids have for each other is unreal,” she says.

From TikTok to Twitter, the video has made millions smile around the world. Commenting on the thread, many said that while they have a love-hate relationship with their own sibling, they hope the love among the four kids continues unchanged forever.

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