Woman Reacts To Hearing Her Late Mom's Voice

Happily Published July 25, 2018 546 Plays $0.88 earned

Rumble The human imagination knows no boundaries. It doesn’t matter how young or how old you are, what your academic background is or even the amount of money you have on your bank account. You either are imaginative, or you’re not. Looking at this footage, we dare say that this loving son has a substantial amount of imagination and has decided to use it to do good things in life.

This is the tear-jerking moment a doting daughter hears her late mom's voice through a teddy bear gift from her son. Bernadette Weekes, 55, from Atlanta, Georgia, was her mom Margaret's primary caretaker - sharing the last moments with her and taking the loss hard. Margaret, the mother of 11 children, grandmother to 17 and great-grandmother to 11, lost her life on May 30 2018.

One of Margaret's most common phrases was 'I love you' which she would tell everyone and even say it to complete strangers. In an effort to try and give his mom a lift, Patrick Harris decided to get her a one-of-a-kind gift. And after finding an old video of his grandmother saying her three favorite words, he got the idea to add it to a teddy bear so Bernadette could feel like her mom was always close by. In the heartwarming video, Patrick surprises his mom with the gift, and at first, she laughs it off as just any other teddy. But as she reads the bear's name - Mother Love - and Patrick instructs her to squeeze it, she suddenly hears Margaret saying 'I love you' and lets out a joyous scream before breaking into tears.

Family is what you make it out to be. It takes a lot of stress, a lot of patience and an uncountable amount of good memories to create a tight knit bond. Family members are there for us through thick and thin.

Children imitate the behavior or mannerisms of their parents' thanks to a basic instinct that is based on the basic instincts that assist personality development. This instinct and this imitation is the reason why we humans live in and form units that share the same behavior, traits etc. It is also how our communication skill are getting developed from the early age. This is why it is important that the parent serves as an example that the child will follow i.e. imitate.

In the first two years of the child's life, the child copies the behavior of adults in a rather nonconscious manner, and to the extent that its self-confidence allows. Observations show that babies are more likely to imitate those behaviors that they see more often, that they are more readily exposed to than behaviours, not typical for the environment that surrounds them.

Kids brains are like sponges - they are able to pick up everything they elders do and say. They say the easiest way of teaching a kid to do the right thing is to show it how it’s done, rather than telling the kid to do it, then do the exact opposite when the kid isn’t looking. This grandmother sure had a great role in teaching her daughter and her grandchildren to become the compassionate and positive people that they are. It is truly amazing to witness what three little words can do if we are not too stringy with using them. So go ahead and tell the people around you that you love them and be the positive change that you want to see in others.

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