“You can count on me like 1,2,3…” Being the new kid in school isn’t easy, it can be isolating, scary and nerve-wracking, but if you make one new pal, then you’re golden! This is what happened to “the new girl” who attended a new school in El Paso, Texas.

The adorable little girl made friends with a little boy in her class who was sweet and loyal as ever! Yet at the same time, her new school experience was tough. The little girl still experienced some bullying from her fellow female classmates. This made her really sad, but her pal came through for her in the end!

With the help of his mom, Ruby Jimenez, the little boy had her drive him over to the little girl’s house so he could make her feel better. Once they arrived, he serenaded his favorite song, “Count On Me” by Bruno Mars to her -and it’s the cutest thing ever!

As the little girl sits and watches her closest friend sing to her, the boy continues to jam along to the track coming from his mother’s car stereo. He knows each line by heart, and he delivers the song so genuinely that it must have made the young girl’s heart melt! The song’s lyrics are perfect for their situation, with lines like “you can count on me” and “I’ll be there!”

The mother, Ruby, shared the footage on her Facebook page, and it quickly reached viral status. Viewers were amazed at this young boy’s capacity for sympathy and his ability to spread joy to his saddened best friend. What’s the nicest thing you’ve ever done for your best friend?


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