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This 9-year-old boy erupted in joy when he saw inside the parcel box and it wasn’t a gift


The little boy had no idea what was waiting for him at home and when it happened, his joyful tears knew no bound.

Nine-year-old Connor Dobbyn was approaching his home back from school when his mother Jessica asked him about a huge parcel delivered at home. Connor was completely taken aback when asked by her mom why he didn't tell about the box that Brad, his elder brother, sent him. He didn't yet know what people had planned behind him.

The innocent boy speeds up to enter the house to check out things and he couldn't believe that there is a huge box with his name written on it. The little boy almost had a curse word slipping out of his mouth after seeing the big box and his mother asked him to mind his language. He then tries to open the box and gets surprised by a "boom" voice. And guess what, it is his elder brother, who he has been missing for some time, inside it - ready to give him his most pleasant surprise yet.

This 9-year-old boy erupted in joy when he saw inside the parcel box and it wasn’t a gift

Brad was in Florida for months, undertaking training to be an armyman. When his time came to return home, he took the unusual route of wrapping himself inside a box to leave his brother stunned. And he was successful which could be seen from the way Connor reacted to his brother's homecoming through joy, tears and hug! The reaction of the two pets to see the two brothers unite is also adorable.

Armymen indeed have a caring and sacrificing family.

This video was taken in Cleveland, South Carolina, the US.

Credit: CatersTV; Published on Rumble

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