Kindest F-ireworkers Make Kiddie Pool For Kids After See Mom Filling Her Kids’ Pool Using A Pot

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Like every parent, One Charlotte from North Carolina was trying to make her son’s birthday memorable for him, by making a kiddie pool for him. Every parent wants that their child has a nice birthday and would even move earth and heaven to make that happen and makes sure that everything goes according to their plans.

One hot afternoon, One Charlotte was trying to make a kiddie pool for her son to play in.

Since it was hot, swimming would be a perfect activity for the kid and at the same time could make his birthday perfect as well. One Charlotte didn’t have any hose to fill up the kiddie pool, so she could only use pots to fill it up. She would go in fill up a pot and then bring it out, dump it in the pool, and the kids were waiting and watching for her to fill it.

The kids seeing her were not sure, if they would be able to swim today or not. Initially, it was going to take a lot of time and hard work, but to her surprise, she got help.

The fir-efig-hters saw that a woman is trying to fill the kiddie pool with the pot and felt bad. They can see that it is going to take forever for her to fill the pool using the pot, and the kids are now getting impatient and are sweltering because of the hot day. So, the fir-efig-hters decided to help the lady, so the kids could play. The kids started jumping with joy and the mother, One Charlotte was extremely grateful and relieved for their help. Now she would not have to worry about filling the pots anymore and her son’s birthday would go as planned.

When the story went viral, the officials were very proud of their fir-efig-hters and posted, “Fir-ehouse 18 is a neighborhood, fir-ehouse full of men and woman who truly care about the families they swore to protect. Today, after leaving a medical call, Engine 18 stumbled across a family desperately trying to fill up a kiddy pool by filling pots from the sink for a little boy’s birthday on this sweltering day.”

The post continued, “What was just a simple task for us turned into laughter, smiles, and a lifelong memory for the neighborhood kids as well as the men on Engine 18? Proud to serve the WESTSIDE!” The fir-efig-hters saw a problem and went ahead to fix it, they chose to help someone in need and it shows how amazing are they.