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Little Boy Buys Roses To Cheer Up Senior Citizens At Nursing Home





Sometimes children can surprise us with their kindness. A little boy decided to spread joy in a nursing home. He bought several roses, attached adorable notes to the flowers, then gave them out to the senior citizens.

Oliver Davis of Overland Park, Kansas is only five years old but he already knows what he wants to be when he grows up. “I want to be a policeman and give out flowers to old people,” he declared. His loving mother Brandi Davis got Oliver a police officer costume as well as a mini electric police motorcycle. Since then, the little boy has been fulfilling his duties and giving the elderly something to smile about.

Is there anything cuter than a little boy dressed as a police officer?

Oliver would reportedly use his own allowance to purchase bouquets of roses. He would then take the flowers to nursing homes and hand them out to the elderly. Needless to say, the adorable little “policeman” has become quite famous with the senior citizens.

The roses often come with sweet little messages like “You have received a ticket for being too cute!” These certainly sound like the type of citation cards we would like to receive.

People were instantly smitten with Officer Oliver and his awesome act of kindness. “Wonderful child. God bless him. Shout out to his parents,” one comment read.

Officer Oliver’s elderly fans love getting flowers.

Cheering up the elderly isn’t the only thing that Officer Oliver is busy with. He has also been hanging out with other police officers during his spare time. It’s safe to say this little boy is getting some pointers on how to be a great cop when he grows up.

There is little doubt that Officer Oliver will continue with his good deeds in the future. Hopefully, we’ll see more of his awesome acts of kindness when he is finally old enough to get his badge.

Watch Officer Oliver in action in the video below:

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