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Child cries after gift returned by classmate, mom reminds us to celebrate love and giving

Child cries after gift returned by classmate, mom reminds us to celebrate love and giving

A young girl cries after her classmate returns the gift she gave at their Christmas party in a viral video.  Screengrab/Photo: Christine Ursua Francisco/Facebook

A heart-wrenching video showing a young girl crying after her classmate returned the gift she had given during their Christmas party has recently gone viral on social media. The girl's mother, Christine Ursua Francisco, shared the video on Facebook, where it has garnered a multitude of reactions from the online community.

In the post, Francisco narrated the events leading up to the incident. She explained that it was the first time her daughter, Criza Maine, had attended a Christmas party. Criza spent time and effort choosing a gift, ultimately selecting a "pop it" bag worth over 100 pesos.

During the party, the children played games and exchanged gifts, and Criza received a piece of clothing in return.

However, after the party, Criza told her mother that her classmate had returned the gift. The girl was clearly distressed and upset about the situation.

First time ni CRIZA MAINE ko na sumali sa xmas Party!!! KUNG MAY TIME KAU MAGBASA🤣 Mag rant lng ako pasensya na fb...

Posted by Christine Ursua Francisco on Thursday, December 15, 2022

The incident caused trauma for Criza, who refused to participate in gift-giving or receiving at future Christmas parties. 

So eto n nga ung epekto ng nangyari sa knya khapon nahiya at natakot nanaman sya sa ibang tao nawala na to simula nag...

Posted by Christine Ursua Francisco on Friday, December 16, 2022

Francisco used the incident as a lesson in gratitude and appreciation, encouraging other kids to be thankful for what they receive during gift exchanges. She also urged parents to teach their children the importance of being kind and considerate, and not to judge someone based on the value of a gift.

"GIVE LOVE ON CHRISTMAS DAY," Francisco wrote in her post, "but what happened, returning gifts on Christmas day, for me [is] worth it... but why? PS: I already sold the bag so she wouldn't see it again." She also shared that the "pop it" bag has been sold and she will not be selling any similar items in the future. 

The video serves as a reminder that small acts of kindness, such as gift-giving, can have a huge impact on others. It is important to remember to be grateful and appreciative of what we have, and to treat others with kindness and respect.

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