Heartwarming Photo of Boy Without Arm Meeting Soccer Player Who is His 'Inspiration' Goes Viral!
Photo of young boy with soccer player goes viral (Photo Credits: tiddbit_outta_hand Instagram)

A beautiful photo of a young boy and a soccer player sharing an adorable moment on the ground has gone viral on social media. Joseph Tidd was born without a left forearm just like, Orlando Pride soccer player Carson Pickett. Tidd's parents wanted their son, who is soon going to be two years old, to meet Pickett for inspiration as he grows up. These Videos of Babies Not Recognising Their Dads After Shaving Beard are Adorably Cute.

The picture was taken in April when Joseph's father took him to the season opener for the Orlando Pride, a United States women's professional soccer team in Florida. The duo met at Carson came over to Joseph's family after an Orland Pride home contest. She then tapped her arm against his making him gush as his dad held him. Carson repeatedly did it making the little one giggle and laugh. As Carson and Joseph shared the beautiful moment, his mom Miles Tidd captured it on her phone. The picture has now gone viral on social media with internet users crying happy tears. Baby Lip Syncing to 'Girls Like You' With Dad is Too Cute to Handle, Watch Adorable Video.

Here is the Photo of The Young Boy and the Soccer Player Which is Melting Hearts Online:

 

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Talking about the meeting, Miles Tidd told CTVNews, "He saw Carson's arm and I think Carson had pointed to her arm and then pointed to his and said something like 'We have the same arm'". It was the 'Aha' moment. You can just see this look wash over Joseph’s face where he instantly stops and then he just stares at Carson, looks at her face, looks at her arm."

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According to the Washington Post, when Miles found out her unborn would not have one of his hands, she cried at first, but then she started believing it to be his lucky fin. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 2,250 babies with limb defects are born in the United States each year.