The Story Of A 4-Year-Old Texan Won Over Every American's Heart
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The Story Of A 4-Year-Old Texan Won Over Every American’s Heart

It took was one aggressive and devastating hurricane to provoke Americans to express their humanity and be there for each other. Hurricane Harvey was one of the most rigid catastrophes that hit America, but the way Americans stepped up to the plate is simply worthy of everyone’s respect.

One heart-melting moment was recently uploaded on Facebook, and people loved it.

In the photo, we can see a 4-year-old boy that is proudly waving the American flag, while inviting the National Guard to come into his home.

Wes Claburn, the boy’s father, captioned the endearing moment, “My little man met some real super heroes this morning.”

The family was still stranded after the flood overwhelmed the area. It was then that little John Wesley Claburn IV, called in the National Guard to step into his parents’ house.“My little man met some real superheroes this morning,” Wes Claburn said.

“My little man met some real superheroes this morning,” Wes Claburn said in his post.

Emily Claburn noted her boy comes from a family of military servants, like his grandfather John Wesley Claburn, who was killed in action on July 18, 1944, in Normandy.

 “He was simply just showing support to the soldiers that were helping our neighbors,” she said. “Probably really excited to see them on our street!”

“He also offered to give the soldiers his favorite Grave Digger monster truck to help others with the flood in a time of need. Our son truly has a heart as big as Texas, and we are so blessed.”

My little man met some real super heroes this morning. We are doing great. Still have power and water. Please continue to pray for the people of Houston.

Posted by Wes Claburn on Wednesday, August 30, 2017

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