- A video of two girls, receiving iPhones as their gift on Christmas Day has gone viral
- The two girls were asked by their father to close their eyes and gave each of them a small paper bag
- They had no idea what was in their paper bags and were brought to tears the moment that they opened it
- When they hugged their father, he also was brought to tears
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Two girls who have been very patient with their dilapidated cellphones all throughout the years were given a gift that they did not expect on Christmas Day by their father, Angelo Raymund Santos. The VIDEO has gone viral.
The father went out of his way to be able to provide his daughters new cellphones.
When they opened their paper bags, they were brought to tears.
They then hugged their father, and it was at that point that their father was likewise brought to tears.
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He explained that for a long time his children were using dilapidated cellphones and they did not ever complain or even asked for a new one.
For Angelo, it was his way of thanking his daughters for helping her raise their youngest sibling.
His wife died in March 2020 due to lupus, which necessitated him to resign as a flight attendant to take care of his three children.
Stories that give hope and touch the heart and the soul would always go viral. In today's times, people need something to hang on to or to hold on to.
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