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Mom Confused When Daughter Says To Stop The Car, But When She Sees Why She’s In Tears And Proud Of Her Daughter

We are so glad to see this kind of beautiful thing in our life, which is so wonderful makes us give all the thanks to our savior Jesus Christ! 

One very proud mother recently got the confirmation that she’s at least doing something right when she picked up her 14-year-old daughter from school the other day.

As they were driving home, Tionae Thomas’s daughter suddenly told her to stop the car. At first, Tionae was confused, but then she noticed a young boy sitting beneath a tree in a shopping center parking lot.

“It’s too hot momma,” her daughter told her, “stop the car.”

As Tionae watched from the car, her daughter got out and asked the young boy where his parents were. He told her he didn’t know.

“Can you call them?” she asked.

He told her he only knew his dad’s number. She gave him her phone and stepped back so he wouldn’t be afraid. Then she told him to get off the street and stand in front of a nearby Rite Aid “so strangers won’t try to get him and he can run in the store if need be.”

As she got back in the car, she told Tionae, “Momma let’s wait until he gets picked up and I might have to get him some water if it’s not soon.”

At this point, Tionae was almost bursting with pride. Any self-doubts or worries about how her daughter was turning out came crashing down as she witnessed firsthand the young lady’s kindness, compassion, and love.

“This is why I will never let a person tear me down as a mother,” Tionae wrote later. “This is just confirmation of the kind of children I’m raising, Queens and kings.”

Credit: Tionae Thomas

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