Not long ago, Lindsey Sheely wsa receiving a pizza delivery at her home in West Warwick, Rhode Island. Instead of waiting at the dinner table, her two-year-old son Cohen felt compelled to run outside to the driver, still on the porch, and give him a hug and a kiss on the cheek as a thank you for their dinner.
"We thought it was sweet and funny," Sheely wrote on Instagram. Then she realized the doorbell might have caught the action on camera, and it did. She posted the hug on social media and the clip ended up on the timeline of Ryan Catterson, the driver Cohen had hugged. He contacted Sheely to tell her he recently lost his teenage daughter, and Cohen''s hug meant the world to him. "After losing my daughter this past week," Catterson said, "it touched me because it was like she was there."