Differently-abled boy's reaction after getting birthday party invitation for the first time will make you cry

Dr Wendy Bohon took to Twitter to share the happy news of how her son was invited to a birthday party for the first time.

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Differently-abled boy's reaction after getting birthday party invitation for the first time will make you cry.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A woman narrated the story of her son who was invited to a birthday party for the first time.
  • Dr Wendy took to Twitter to share the happy news.
  • Her post has gone viral online.

There are certain stories on the internet that leave you feeling warm and good and we have one such tale that is the perfect example of that. So, a doctor named Wendy Bohon shared the story of her boy who got invited to a birthday party for the first time. She detailed his excitement on Twitter and netizens joined in to rejoice with her and the baby boy.

Dr Wendy Bohon talked about her twin boys in a post on Twitter that has gone viral online. She informed that one of her boys who is neurodivergent, a person whose brain functions differently in one or more ways than is considered standard or typical, was invited to a birthday party for the first time. The sweet boy couldn’t contain his excitement and cried with joy, clutching the invitation. Through her post, Wendy also highlighted the need for kindness and inclusion.

According to health experts, people are described as neurodiverse when their thought patterns, behaviors, or learning styles fall outside of what is considered "normal," or neurotypical.

“I have twins. One of them is neurodivergent and he was just invited, for the 1st time, to a birthday party. He is clutching the invitation to his chest and crying (with joy). Kindness matters. Inclusion matters,” reads the caption of the post.

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Wendy’s post swiftly garnered a lot of attention and netizens were touched by her son’s story. They rejoiced with the boy in the comments section as well.

“I am a twin, and the twin who has been deliberately excluded due to my disabilities (and one person even lied about why he excluded me by changing his story when he was confronted and he later changed his story back). I can imagine the joy that your son is feeling,” a user wrote.

Another user commented, “As a twin mom, this just breaks my heart and makes my heart all at once. You’re doing a wonderful job, mama. Love to that sweet, perfect boy of yours! I hope he has the best time.”

See the comments here:

So heartwarming, isn’t it?