Stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus pandemic have forced many families to keep their distance from each other, but that didn’t stop one Rockford, Illinois family from finding a creative way to show their great-grandmother some love.
Using a window insulation kit, duct tape, PVC pipes and livestock gloves, Carly Marinaro was able to develop a safe way for her children to hug their nana, Rose Gagmon, after nearly two months in quarantine.
In the video, Marinaro’s kids eagerly wait for their great-grandmother to get to their house in her car. Once she arrives, the kids can be seen shrieking with joy and taking turns putting their hands through disposable plastic gloves and embracing her through the “hug time” device.
“Who wants seconds?” Gagmon asks, as the kids rush back for more hugs.
“This makes my heart so happy,” Marinaro wrote.
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