Sweet Photo Of Brother Hugging His Younger Sister As She Graduates Pre-K Goes Viral

It is quite common to see the weepy parents feeling proud for their kids at the graduation ceremony, but seeing the proud sibling is rare. Recently a picture has been booming on the internet where an 8year old brother is hugging his tiny sister, feeling proud of her at her graduation ceremony at pre school.

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Aundrea Smith, mom of these two kids, shared the warm and heart melting picture where her eight year old son Derek was seen hugging his small five year old sister Charlee on her graduation day at pres school in Fair field country.  When the graduation ceremony was over, Derek approached her sister clad in graduation cap and gown with flowers and hugged her, expressing how proud he was of her.

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This made the little Charlee overwhelmed, and she started crying out of love and happiness. The love filled action of the brother overwhelmed the little sister, and she started crying.  Along with the picture, Simths’ sister also recorded the heart melting video of both brother and sister hugging each other and feeling proud. Smith, while in her interview, said that both of her kids adore each other.

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She further added that it is a great pleasure for them to see that the pictures of their kids adoring each other is brightening other people’s day as well.  Smith expressed their happiness on Instagram, saying that they are so happy to see how the picture of their kids loving and adoring each other is having a positive impact on other people.

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The mother further confirmed that Charlee is now going to head into Kindergarten. She added that though the little girl is quite nervous, she is literary moving forward for attending the same school that her brother Derek attended. Both these siblings are really adorable. We congratulate the parent for raising their kids really well. We wish very good luck to Charlee for her new class in a new school!