5-Year-Old Boy’s Surprise For His Crush on Valentine’s Day Must See!!

The video was reshared on YouTube by the channel ‘ViralHog’. It has received over 335k views so far

5-Year-Old Boy’s Surprise – Shelby Small from New York documented this adorable moment of her son surprising her crush with gifts.

A super adorable video is going viral on social media where a little boy can be seen surprising his crush on Valentine’s Day. The video was reshared on YouTube by the channel ‘ViralHog’. It has received over 335k views so far. The video was initially shared on TikTok where it has received over 32 million views.

The video shows the boy, Anthony, looking handsome in a black suit and going to his Valentine’s house. He has flowers and a stuffed toy in his arms. He waits outside his crush Lyla’s house as her father answers the door. He calls Lila and Anthony says, “Hi Lyla” in the cutest voice. He then wishes her “Happy Valentine’s”. As her mother takes her to the door, Anthony wishes Lyla again and hands her the flowers and a rainbow unicorn. She blushes and acts shy but has the biggest smile on her face. Lyla then hugs Anthony to thank him. This definitely was one of the cutest Valentine’s Day surprises ever.

Shelby Small from New York documented this adorable moment of her son surprising her crush with gifts. She even told the internet about how Anthony planned the surprise for her crush. “At the beginning of February, my son asked if he could get some chocolate and a stuffie for his Valentine. When I told him yes, he asked me to ask her mom what her favorite animal was. This is why we got a rainbow unicorn,” the mother wrote.

“I told him since he wanted to do this to pick out a nice shirt for when we go over. He slept on it and told me the next morning that he decided to wear his tux. How could I say no? A few days before going over he asked for flowers too, so we got a small bouquet. He was so nervous before going over that he practiced at home, what to do if her parents answered and how to ask her to be his Valentine,” she further explained.

She mentioned that Anthony and Lyla are in kindergarten together and also sit together on the bus. “Lyla was very happy and all smiles after we left but my son thought he had messed up. After reading the comments, he feels better about how he did,” the boy’s mother added.

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As soon as she saw the ring, she was overwhelmed with emotions and couldn’t hold back her tears.

A heartwarming video is going viral on social media where a meteorologist can be seen tearing up as her boyfriend proposed to her on live TV. Netizens said it was one of the best Valentine’s Day proposals they’ve seen and it brought tears to their eyes too.

Mary Lee, CBS San Francisco Bay Area meteorologist, was recording a segment about the Northern Lights when her longtime boyfriend surprised her by proposing to her on-air.

The viral on-camera proposal starts by showing Mary Lee taping at the KPIX 5 studio when her boyfriend’s daughters Mirium and Madi arrive on the set with roses. Mary Lee thought it was Valentine’s Day surprise by her family until her boyfriend gets down on one knee and takes a box with a ring in it.

“Mary, you are my Northern Lights. You are spectacular and beautiful,” he says. “The girls adore you and I love you. I want you to be a part of my life. Will you be my forever girl and will you marry me?” he asks.

As soon as she sees the ring, she was overwhelmed with emotions and couldn’t hold back her tears. It was also special for her as she always wanted to get engaged in front of the Northern Lights.

The whole team at CBS San Francisco Bay Area had a hand in pulling off the proposal. “They called it ‘Operation Marry Mary!’” the meteorologist said later.

The video has received 13,700 views on Twitter and users flooded the comments saying how romantic and cute the proposal was.

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