Boy’s REACTION To Step Mom Reading Wedding Vows Is Gold.

Weddings are a pretty big deal. And for children involved in those weddings, they can also be quite touched by what’s going on, and here’s a story where a young boy was overwhelmed by what his new stepmom told him during her wedding to his father.

Joshua Newville, who is a U.S. Marine Corps sergeant, and Senior Airman Emily Leehan exchanged vows in Ripley, New York. Standing beside them was Joshua’s 4-year-old son, Gage. Aside from saying her vows to Joshua, Emily wanted to do something very special for his son, so she also made some vows to Gage, and he was overcome by emotion when she did.

Gage wrapped his arms around Emily as she spoke these words: “I want you to be safe and to try your hardest and to be a good person. I know that you and I will butt heads, but I hope that with all my heart, that as you become a grown man you will understand my methods and realize I have only done what is best for you and that I love you.

The last thing thing I hope you learn is that you are a special boy. You are so extremely smart, handsome, and kind to others. You have helped shape me into the woman that I am today and I may not have given you the gift of life, but life surely gave me the gift of you.”

And as Emily finished up her vows to him, Gage wasn’t the only one with tears in his eyes. Emily, as well as Joshua, were also shedding tears. Those attending the ceremony thought Emily’s vows to him were wonderful, and Gage’s reaction to them was very sweet.

Marine's Son Cries During Wedding Vows

Adorable moment as Marine's four-year-old son tearfully hugs his new stepmom during wedding vows: "I may not have given you the gift of life, but life surely gave me the gift of you." http://abcn.ws/2tTR9CX

Posted by ABC News on Sunday, 23 July 2017

The couple spent a few days away for their honeymoon before returning to active duty in Trenton, New Jersey.

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