This Desi Guy Took His Baby Sister to Father-Daughter Dance And Touched Millions of Hearts

Parents are such an important part of a child’s life. From their upbringing to the time they reach adulthood, they contribute and help their children in with whatever they require. They provide and expect nothing from their children. In the end, it is how they nurture us that we eventually learn end up to give them love and support when they reach an age and point in life they can no longer stand for themselves. However, what if parents’ love is not fully available to their children? For the 6-year-old Noor, her brother Mohammad Hasher provides the love which is missing in her life by becoming a fatherly figure she always needed.

Here is how the story of these two siblings:

This is Mohammad Hasher Along With His Sister Noor

A Divorce of Parents

Noor and Mohammad Hasher’s parents went through a divorce, reflecting on how their father is not available for them. However, life must move on. It can be challenging when both parents are not present for a child as young as Noor. Noor’s school arranged a father-daughter dance event, due to which she was pretty upset. She did not have a dress as well. However, her brother would not let this happen to her.

“I wasn’t going to let my little sister be the one out of all her friends to not be at the dance,” said Mohammad Hasher and took her to buy a dress.

These cute siblings then went to the school dance and had fun. Mohammad Hasher explains Noor even won a candy box because he was voted as “the Best Dad” in the event.

The Dance made her extremely happy as all of you can see. Plus, she looks charmingly cute.

The siblings’ mom reveals that after they moved to Lousiana from Michigan, they even went through being homeless for about 2 months before they got a place for themselves. There had been constant struggles and hardships but all of that brought the little family closer to one another.

“To me [the dance] meant so much… It sort of gave me a wake-up call on how important it is to be there for her,” explains Mohammad Hasher.

It is amazing what love of parents and their upbringing can do to their children. A separation is an unfortunate event in any family’s lives. However, how they overcome such a situation is up to them. For Noor and her loving brother, the fight may not be over yet. Nonetheless, one is for sure: as long as they support and help each other out, their hardships will soften up on day.

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