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A creative mom in Texas, is to win the applause on social media, sharing a photo of her little boy in an oversized T-shirt, he or she will mark it with a painted hand print in honor of the first day of school for the next 12 years.
The smart fashion statement is met with a flood of requests for the lookalike tee, while hitting all the right notes with the commenters who wished the family well.
Carina Cansino, took to Twitter on Aug. 19 to share an adorable photo of her son Gus’s first day of kindergarten and primary school, a post that has since gone viral, with more than 215,000 likes and more than 34,000 of the shares.
In the picture, the boy beams and a large adult-sized T-shirt reaching almost to his ankles and wrists, with a “Class of 2032” on the front and plenty of space for his hand print for each of the first-day-of-school to graduation from the twelfth grade.
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“The idea is that each and every year, on the first day, we’ll take a picture of him, and by his senior year, he will have to fit into the t-shirt and we will have to go through every year of school photos and see the growth,” a Dallas woman wrote to you about the whole thing.
Commenters had a lot to say about how clever the idea, expressing their support and asking where they could buy a T-shirt of their own.
“I am excited to watch him grow up?” one user asked.
“As He said at one point that he was too old for it, you may want to tell him the whole twitter family is in the picture,” and the other was trying to be funny.
“Omg, I hope that you will find this in 2032,” the one hit.
Others were emotional, the boy is the way to go, from growing up.
“Give a big hug to your beautiful young man, which is to be a teacher in Poland!! And a reassuring word that it’s going to be exciting,” one commenter gushed.
“Congratulations on a brilliant plan!!! Your the man, your an inspiration, and I’ll bet you are,” another agreed.
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Some have shared a similar tradition of back-to-school-tee-and their own children to the sport.
In spite of all the hype, Cansino said that she just hopes that her son will cherish the item for years to come.
“I wanted something that my son and I was able to enjoy not only now, but as soon as he becomes an adult. I’m a sucker for keepsakes and sentimental valuables, so I know this would be perfect,” she told Business Insider. “I know that one day we will both look back at all the pictures and cherish all the great memories. This is the best part of a woman.”
“The idea is that each and every year, on the first day, we’ll take a picture of him, and by his senior year, he will have to fit into the t-shirt and we will have to go through every year of school photos and see the growth,” the proud mother of Carina, Cansino descrbied and her son Gus’ special t-shirt.
(With many thanks to Carina ari Cansino)
The outside of the shirt, and the young parents have said that they have started a daily journal that they will eventually be equal to the amount of when he graduates from high school.
“I’ve been [in the] first year of school, along with the t-shirt, where I share stories, memories, and the hardships we have to overcome. He is going to be able to read it after graduation,” she said. “I was a teenage mom and my son is my drive for all of my accomplishments. I would like to see how much of a blessing he is to me.”
Cansino describes herself on her YouTube channel, ” the baby’s mother, are here to help you and to be advocate for teen mothers, young parents and young girls all around.”
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In related news, a six-year-old boy in Georgia also made headlines earlier this month for planning to wear anti-bullying T-shirt to his first day of school with the phrase, “I will be your friend.”