Two Wisconsin boys told their dad to stop the car after they saw something that made them want to jump into action.
Daniel Medina said he had a “proud dad moment” when his sons, 6 and 10, asked him to stop so they could help a man in a wheelchair shovel snow.
Medina took a picture of the moment and shared it on Facebook. Needless to say, the post has received quite a bit of attention — and for all the right reasons.
Medina, who lives in Milwaukee with his boys, told NBC’s “Today” that they had just left the mall on Sunday when they saw the man shoveling snow from his wheelchair.
“I didn’t even see the guy because I was concentrating on driving in the snow,” Medina told NBC. “My oldest, Daniel, said, ‘Pull over, let’s go help him.’ So I said, ‘OK, let’s go.’ We pulled up next to him, and Daniel asked if he had any extra shovels,” he said.
The man, whom the Medinas did not know, said he did have extra shovels. So the three helped the man shovel snow for about 45 minutes.
“He was grateful,” Medina said. “He kept telling us thanks and kind of supervised us, made sure we dug out the bus stop in the corner, and also his car because he had a doctor’s appointment the next day.”
Medina said knowing his boys wanted to pitch in and help made him happy. Below is Medina’s post:
It’s great to see boys at such a young age want to help someone else, and it’s good to know that there are some pretty awesome parents out there raising their children to think of others and do the right thing.
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