Proud Dad Praises Sons, 6 and 10, for Offering to Shovel Snow for Stranger in Wheelchair
"His mom's in a wheelchair, and [he said] he would want someone to help her when she needed it," the Wisconsin dad said of his 10-year-old son.
A proud Wisconsin dad is praising his two sons after they wanted to stop and lend a hand to a disabled man shoveling snow.
Daniel Medina, 33, of Milwaukee, told InsideEdition.com he was returning from a shopping trip Sunday with his two sons, 6 and 10, when they saw a man attempting to shovel snow from his wheelchair.
"They said they wanted to help him because he shouldn't have to do that," Medina said. "I made a U-turn and pulled up to him."
His 10-year-old son, Daniel, then asked the stranger if he had extra shovels, and the two boys got to work shoveling the man's sidewalk.
"Daniel said [he wanted to help] because his mom's in a wheelchair, and he would want someone to help her when she needed it," Medina said.
He told InsideEdition.com his two sons usually help him shovel the snow at their, except that night when they returned home, exhausted from their good deed.
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