Watch: Armless Baby Takes Care Of His Little Bro With No Problems At All

Written by Wes Walker on August 6, 2018

In a world so filled with anger and fighting, a moment like this can restore your faith in humanity.

Have the tissues handy.

You know, in case someone ‘else’ might need them.

A little toddler whose arms both stop above his elbows isn’t sitting around feeling sorry for himself. He’s looking out for the little guy.

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Two little tykes are laying together on a blanket. One is small enough that his mom probably tells people his age in weeks. The other is bigger, but not yet old enough that he’d be out of diapers.

Big bro hears the cry of his baby brother. The pacifier fell out of his mouth. Big bro comes to the rescue.

Never mind the fact that he’s got no hands. He’s on top of this.

Faith in humanity restored.

Well… a little.

Or at least, until the next time you look at social media.

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