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Crowning Moments of Heartwarming
« on: September 07, 2012, 10:37:46 am »
TVTropes has them, and I think they'd make a good companion to The Cutie Thread. I'll start.

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In 2009, a one-year-old baby boy named Liam received a stuffed blue monkey as a toy from his grandparents. "Ah-ah," as the monkey was named, became the Nebraska boy's prized possession. But Liam misplaced his beloved toy monkey a trip that summer to the Rocky Mountains National Park.
 
In an online video posted to the hypervocal site, Liam's father writes that his son was "absolutely devastated" by the loss. "My wife called every place we stopped at, frantically looking for that little blue monkey. No one had seen him."
 
But three years later, Liam's Mom made a seemingly miraculous discovery when she stumbled across the very same toy while doing some online shopping on eBay.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/boy-loses-beloved-stuffed-toy-monkey-three-years-142737946.html
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