This guy hadn't visited her mom in a long time, and his plans to visit her for Christmas failed as the tickets were expensive. He had informed her that he wouldn't be able to make it. But he received a financial blessing in the mail and decided to use it to take his family to visit his mom. However, he kept it a secret for her and turned up outside her house and called her on her phone. When she came out and saw her two granddaughters and son, she was overjoyed. (Original Title: Son Surprises Mom for Christmas by Turning Up Outside Her House With Her Grandkids)
A community dance competition in Nunavut, Canada, introduced a new category this year that warmed the hearts of spectators and made for some very special performances.This year, the competition allowed for grandparents and their grandchildren to compete in pairs; one such performance was recorded by Myna Maktar on January 2.The video shows a toddler and her grandmother in the center of the Pond Inlet Community Hall as they proceed to perform a tap dance routine for the audience surrounding them.The crowd claps and cheers along with the music as the pair dances together, and once their performance is over, the grandmother picks up her granddaughter and leaves the center of the circle to make way for the next pair.Although other pairs competed, the routine Maktar filmed ended up winning the category and taking home the prize. Credit: Myna Maktar via Storyful (Original Title: Cuteness in Canada: Little Girl and Grandmother Perform Dance Routine at Annual Competition)
In a very shocking incident a five-year-old girl and her grandfather received burn injuries after their scooter accidentally ran into a cauldron filled with hot oil on a street in north India. On November 9 at around 3:00 pm a man, Arvind, travelling with his father, Munna Lal, and his daughter Priyanka came to the Chela Ram sweets shop on Tondon road in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh. The father, seen in the blue shirt, parked his scooter outside the shop, leaving the keys in the ignition, while his daughter and father (the girl's grandfather) waited outside. The little girl was seated on the scooter and began to play with the handles, before accidentally starting it and sending the scooter running into the stall, and splashing both grandfather and granddaughter with boiling oil from a cooking cauldron. Munna Lal was discharged with minor injuries while five-year-old Priyanka is still being held in hospital to receive treatment. (Original Title: Shocking crash sees scooter rider and five-year-old granddaughter scalded with boiling oil in India)
This grandpa was playing find the money in the cup" game with his granddaughter. He shuffled the cups around and asked her to focus on the one which has the money. Her grandfather tricked her by placing money in two of the cups. She was disappointed when she chose the one with a lesser amount. (Original Title: Grandpa Fools Little Girl by Playing "Find Money in Cup" Trick)"
This 68-year-old in Mountain City, Tennessee, decided to send a fun snow message to his daughter and her three kids all the way in sunny Austin, Texas. "Hey guys! Wish you were in Mountain City to enjoy this ride with Papaw!" He says in the video. "Just watch!" He then slides down the snowy hill while sitting on a green disc, cheering on his way down. Liz, who shared the video online, said her father sent her the video in the morning. "We are jealous of the snow!" She said. (Original Title: 68-year-old US grandpa slides down snowy hill, gives shoutout to kids in sunny Texas)
'A Different World': California Sheriff's Deputy Sees Color for the First Time A sheriff’s deputy in Eureka, California, received a life-changing gift from his fellow deputy on November 14. In a video shared on the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page, Correctional Deputy Samantha Freese is seen giving Correctional Deputy and Sheriff’s SWAP Farm Manager Jeff Dishmon, who is colorblind, enchroma glasses. Dishmon puts on the glasses and immediately becomes emotional, calling what he sees “a different world.” According to the post, Dishmon and Freese have worked together for the last eight years. “Over the years the two have grown close, nicknaming each other ‘Grandpa’ and ‘Granddaughter,’” the post said. As of writing, the footage has over 3,000 shares on Facebook. Credit: Humboldt County Sheriff's Office via Storyful p 米西海岸カリフォルニア州北部ハンボルト郡の保安官事務所に勤務するジェフ・ディッシュモン矯正官と同僚のサマンサ・フリース矯正官は、これまで8年間相棒として受刑者の矯正プログラムを担当してきた。お互いに「孫娘」「おじいちゃん」と呼び合うくらい親しい関係だ。 ディッシュモン矯正官は生まれつきの色覚障害者で色の区別がつきにくく、長年それを苦にしていたことを身近で感じていたフリース矯正官が11月14日、同僚の矯正官とカンパして色認識を補助する色補正サングラスを購入、相棒にプレゼントした。 サングラスを掛けて生まれて初めて見る色のある世界に、ディッシュモン矯正官は感激に暫（しば）し言葉もない。「別世界だ」という「おじいちゃん」の言葉に、「孫娘」は抱き合って喜びを分かち合った。 （アメリカ、ユーレカ、11月19日、映像：Humboldt County Sheriff's Office via Storyful/AFLO） （アメリカ、ユーレカ、11月19日、映像：Humboldt County Sheriff's Office via Storyful/AFLO）
Thanksgiving is a time of year to be with family and appreciate the joyful things in life.Demitria Phaturos currently lives in Arizona, away from her loving grandfather who unfortunately has COPD, a lung disease which makes it hard for him to breathe. As a result, he cannot travel from Pennsylvania to see her for Thanksgiving and attend her upcoming graduation celebrations.To avoid any regretful feelings, Demitria decided to arrange a special surprise by paying him an unexpected visit before Thanksgiving, and the heartwarming moment captured on camera. Credit: Demitria Phaturos via Storyful (Original Title: Girl Gives Grandpa a Heartwarming Surprise for Thanksgiving)
A grandfather in Cushing, Minnesota, told his granddaughter how much he missed her by playing her a song on his ukulele.Franchesca Hutton shared a video on Twitter of her grandfather, Bob, with his ukulele which he just learned how to play. “Never forget to tell the [people] around you that you love and appreciate them while they’re around,” she tweeted. He can be heard in the video singing to Franchesca saying how a “phone call would be a great treat.” As of writing, the post has over 60 likes on Twitter. Credit: Bob Hutton via Storyful (Original Title: Stop and Watch This Adorable Grandfather Sing About How Much He Misses His Granddaughter)
This is the moment a college girl is surprised by her grandparents - who had travelled over 7,000 miles to be there for her graduation. Shubh Fageria had no idea as she enters the house - filmed by her brother - after a long day at work. But as she ascends the staircase she asks her brother, “What is happening?” With a baffled look on her face. Suddenly, as she turns the corner, she jumps in shock as she sees her elderly grandparents stood there. Lost for words, Shubh embraces her emotional relatives. (Original Title: Grandparents travel 7000 Miles To Surprise Graduate)
This fireman wanted to build something amazing for his granddaughters. For three years, he worked on creating a tiller truck with a functioning rear steering wheel his granddaughters could control while he drove the main engine. (Original Title: Fireman Builds Firetruck for Granddaughters)
Occurred on April 23, 2018 / Rochester, New Hampshire, USA Info from Licensor: "My daughter and I took my granddaughter out for an ice cream. And she decided to announce she farted and wanted to make sure we all knew." (Original Title: Granddaughter Passes Some Gas)
This little girl was upset after her grandmother told her she couldn't eat a bag of chips. She gave her grandmother a lecture and explained that she was being rude. (Original Title: Little Girl Lectures Grandmother After Being Denied Chips)
滑り台の危険を証明してしまったおじいちゃん アメリカ （2017年10月22日）
Hilarious video of a Pennsylvania grandad's slide fail. In the video, filmed on October 22 in Pocono Lake, 60-year-old Steve attempts to demonstrate to his reluctant granddaughter Madison that her newly built slide is perfectly safe. However, things go awry as he goes down the slide and the whole contraption topples over onto the nearby barbecue. "That’s why I didn’t want to go down it,” says Madison.
This girl had been commuting several miles between school and work on her bicycle. Her family thought it would be better for her to have a car for those commutes, so her nana stepped in and bought her a car. When she opened a box with the keys on Christmas Day, she immediately broke down into tears of joy and hugged her grandma. (Original Title: Grandma Surprises Granddaughter with New Car)
エリザベス女王孫娘が妊娠 おめでた続きの英王室 （資料映像 撮影日時不明）
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An emotional grandmother was brought to tears when her U.S. Navy granddaughter who she hadn’t seen since she was a child surprised her 13 years after they last saw each other. Ligaya Cataquian, 73, had not seen granddaughter Shezka Manaloto, now 21, for more than a decade, as Ligaya moved from her native Philippines to Australia when Shezka was eight years old. In 2011, Shezka, her mother and her two siblings then moved to the United States, and so the distance between the family members became even greater. But in October 2019, with Shezka now grown up and serving in with the US Navy in Japan, her mother, Anna Chiles, 47, saw an opportunity to reunite the family once again. Anna, from Kennewick, Washington, and others were heading to the Philippines for a family reunion in Angeles City, and so she advised Shezka to head to the Philippines a week before to set up the surprise for her grandmother. That week, Shezka - Ligaya’s only granddaughter among seven grandchildren - carried out her usual phone calls with Ligaya as if she was in another country. Then, on October 26, in a hotel where Anna and Shezka’s siblings were staying following their long journey from the US, Shezka sat in wait for her grandmother to enter the room. Sitting at the table as Ligaya entered the room with a walker, Shezka, a petty officer third class, kept her back to her grandmother to build up the suspense. Then, as Ligaya came to the side of a mysterious figure sitting at the table, she suddenly double-took - at first not quite recognizing who was sitting there. But as the dots began to connect, Ligaya then realized that the granddaughter she had last seen as a child was the one sitting down and the pair began sobbing as they made eye contact. (Original Title: Grandmother Surprised By U.S. Navy Granddaughter After 13 Years Apart)
The adorable moment a new-born’s grandparents were surprised with their premature grandchild’s homecoming from NICU has been captured on film. Patricia Renteria cannot hold her delight as her son Charles Renteria Jr. walks through the door carrying her granddaughter – after two months in hospital. Rushing up to her son and grandchild, she screams, “My baby is home”, as she bursts into tears of joy. Charles and his wife Desiree had secretly planned to surprise them after getting the news they could finally take home their baby daughter Laya Rae. (Original Title: Couple Surprise Grandparents With Premature Baby Released From NICU)
This 72-year-old man proved to be a TAP off the old block when his granddaughter asked him to be her dance partner. Little Maeve Jones, 10, was in desperate need of a dance partner for her summer recital tap routine, so she turned to her 72-year-old grandfather, who proved age really is just a number. Delighted at his granddaughter’s invitation, Bill “Gramps” Jones – who has never missed one of Maeve’s recitals – learned the routine across six one-hour lessons in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Tapping, twirling and even cart-wheeling in perfect synchronicity with his granddaughter, the retired headteacher rolls back the years in a sincerely impressive performance. Beaming with pride as she watched her father-in-law and daughter’s jive on September 7, Jaime Jones, 41, said: “Maeve and I were talking about how much Bill loved tap, and she asked him to perform with her – the rest is history. “Bill was definitely not expecting to be asked. “He was so happy and accepted the invitation without hesitation. “Their performance was quite amazing. “Maeve really loved dancing with her grandfather. “She shares him with two siblings and five cousins, so having this special time set aside for just the two of them was very special. “They share a very special bond through their love of dance.” In his early teens, Bill performed in a tap-dancing quartet known as the Four Flashes. Following in the footsteps of his mother, the now-72-year-old is delighted to see his passion for the art passed down to Maeve. Jaime said: “I think for many people [the video] brings back fond memories of their own grandparents – these are times to be cherished. “I could not be prouder of my daughter for thinking of her grandfather and wanting to showcase their love in a dance. “They would both love to perform together again, on a grander stage.” (Original Title: Tap off the ol’ block: 10-year-old girl asked her 72-year-old grandfather to be her tap partner – and the outcome is adorable)
VID BY CATERS NEWS - A heartbroken pensioner whose dog died while he was in hospital has melted hearts after his tearful reaction to his surprise rescue pooch was caught on film. John Payne, 82, was devastated when beloved nine-year-old English Springer Spaniel Swift died due to an enlarged heart last month - while his doting owner was himself in hospital with septicaemia. But granddaughter Jodie Payne, 21, set out to put a smile back on the grandad-of-six's face and spent two weeks desperately searching for a replacement pet of the same breed. Heart-warming footage of the beauty therapist introducing her grandad to ten-year-old rescue pooch Fly - at which point he promptly bursts into tears - has since gone viral. SEE CATERS COPY
An adorable compilation shows a granddad’s ecstatic reaction every time he opens the door to his granddaughter. Jen Barclay, 24, made sure to capture her 87-year-old grandpa’s beaming smile each time she turned up to his house for dinner through 2018. Opening the door at home in Leven, Scotland, Robert can’t hide his happiness at seeing his beloved granddaughter, sometimes mixing it up and asking her for a password. Further towards the end of the compilation, which has been viewed more than 7million times on social media, he can be heard calling the student nurse his ‘honey bun’. Jen said: “His reaction made me smile each and every time, so I wanted to record it. “My granddad and I are very close. “He looked after me and my older sister a lot when we were younger. “He has five grandchildren and his first great grandchild is on the way.” (Original Title: “Hello honey bun”: Adorable compilation shows granddad’s ecstatic reaction every time he opens door to granddaughter)
A crafty grandma spent A YEAR creating a magical Beauty and the Beast Christmas tree for her Disney-mad granddaughter – because the family couldn’t afford to go to Disneyland. Windowed mum-of-five Tina Doherty McPhee wanted to bring Disney’s special Christmas magic to her large family for less than the cost of a trip abroad so instead decorated her 7ft fake tree with characters and ornaments from the film. The savvy carer and gran-of-two spent ￡500 over the course of 12 months gathering artificial roses, teacups and figurines of Mrs Potts, Belle, the Beast, Gaston, Cogsworth and Belle’s dad Maurice from Amazon and gold balls and roses from her local pound shop. And while it took her a mammoth seven hours to put up the tree, she said it was worth the effort as her children and grandkids couldn’t believe their eyes when she unveiled the surprise earlier this month. Creative Tina, who is mum to Teresa, 24, Francesca, 21, Bobby, 19, Precious, 17, Trisha, 16 and also grandma to Andrew, two, and Precious-Rose, five, said: “I just thought it was too expensive to go to Disneyland so I tried to bring Disneyland here instead. “It took me about a year to gather everything for the tree, but it was worth it. “It’s not about how much money you spend, it’s about how you fix everything. “The tree was not expensive, but it looks like it is. “Nobody knew anything about it before I unveiled it, I wanted it to be surprise. “I was so tired at the end but it was worth it – everyone was so excited. “When Precious-Rose saw it, she couldn’t believe it, she said ‘it didn’t feel real’. “The kids were so excited, they even said now they have their own private Disneyland so they don’t mind not going to the actual one. “I started thinking about in in January, I knew they would appreciate it. “They said it was the best present they had ever gotten and all money in the world couldn’t buy it. “ Tina had help from good friend Betty Allison, 78, an artist, who also created some of the ornaments. Her video of the tree has now racked up thousands of likes and shares on social media. She added: “I am quite happy with the result. “Last year I did The Grinch, but this one is much more successful. “My granddaughter loved it so much and has told everyone about it. “I probably wouldn’t be able to beat this year but if I could, next year, I would do a ‘Lady and the Trump’ tree.” (Original Title: A tree as old as time! Crafty grandma spends a year creating magical Beauty and the Beast Christmas tree for Disney-mad granddaughter – because family couldn’t afford to go to Disneyland)