Kids help mom build snowman to spread cheer at senior living facility

A mom helped her kids build a snowman outside a senior living facility's visitor center to perk up residents stuck inside because of the pandemic.


A mom enlisted her little ones to participate in an important task: Bringing joy to the people at a nearby senior living facility.

After calling to get permission, Meagan Sbat helped her kids build a snowman in front of the visitor center.

Although she didn't know any of the residents at the facility in Concord, New Hampshire, she said that was kind of the point.

"I just made sure we talked about spreading kindness and doing random acts of kindness, you know, just to make the world a happier place," Sbat explained.

At the end of the day, her kids, Chloe and Elijah, were excited about doing something simple to bring a smile to someone else's face.

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