- An adorable little boy has gone viral on social media after his mom posted photos of him online
- The three-year-old was photographed helping an Ackermans' worker clean the store before closing time
- Thousands of South Africans reacted to the post and they fell in love with the toddler
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Gwen Vermeulen is one proud mom. She and her adorable three-year-old son went to an Ackermans store recently.
Vermeulen admitted they got there a bit late and some of the staff members were already busy cleaning the shop before closing time.
However, her toddler decided that the lady couldn't clean by herself and started helping. The proud mom captured the moment on camera and she shared the photos on the #ImStaying Facebook page.
She captioned the post:
"So we went a bit late to Ackermans and the staff were cleaning and packing away all the clothes. My three-year-old decided that they can't work alone... and there he starts helping! It's the small things..."
The post quickly gathered over 15,000 reactions and South Africans applauded the kind, young boy.
Saras Singh commented:
"Precious! Good values, thank you mum and dad."
Gavin Date Muthu said:
"He's on the right track, we'll done lad."
Nxumalo Rebecca Sonti wrote:
"You are raising a gentleman."
Purity Zamagugu Zwane added:
"Absolutely adorable. Can we sign a deal then he marries my three-year-old?"
Phumzile Hlengwa commented:
"Hahaha. This one can't fold hands and watch. He wants to be part of the game. Big up little one."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a proud Nigerian dad, Oluyemi Fasipe, released a sweet daddy-son-time video he had with his son in a mall.
In the short clip, his son could be seen grabbing whatever beverage he could lay his hands on as he dropped them in a shopping trolley.
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Oluyemi jokingly said in a tweet that the boy will start following him to work with the way he confidently shops with the money he never made.
The post gathered many positive reactions that praised the dad for performing his fatherhood duties in such an enviable manner.
In some very funny instances, some asked him if he would like to adopt them, hinting at the way his son is living a good life.
Oluyemi tweeted: "How can you not be making your own money and have the audacity to be shopping on someone else's bill like this Man, this one will start following me to site."
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