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Poor couple adopt baby boy unaware years down the line he’ll spoil them

February 26th, 2020

In our times, it is a rarity to hear that a human is conscious enough to remember someone’s kindness, let alone repaying for it.

But an adopted boy from a poor district in the Philippines has proved to be too clear in his moral judgment.

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Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

Adopted and raised by poor parents since he was 3 months old, Jayvee Lazaro Badile II managed to become a successful man. And considering the role of his parents in his success, he generously repaid for the kindness of his adopted parents by buying them their dream mansion.

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Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

A truly remarkable act of thankfulness and moral integrity.

Jayvee still remembers very well the days when he was young and how his adopted parents, Nanay and Tatay, managed to do everything they could for him.

“I was 3 months old when Nanay and Tatay adopted me,” Jayvee told Bored Panda. “Life was very difficult. I had to be working as a student, and we were happy if Na got to make 2 meals a day. On top of that, we lived in a 20-square-meters (215 square foot) apartment.”

swiggle1 dot pattern2 Jayvee's Parents Old Home and Store
Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

Jayvee’s adopted parents lived in a slum-like home in the Philippines. When they took him as their adopted son, the family didn’t have much to provide, except pure love and care.

But even in these harsh circumstances, Jayvee was committed to climbing higher into the social ladder with only one dream in his mind – give his adopted parents their dream home.

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Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

Since the path to success is generally rugged, it did take a while for Jayvee to gather enough resources for the dream home, a feat which he eventually achieved.

“Nanay is a vendor, Tatay is a porter,” Jayvee wrote in his Facebook post. “Now that I have the chance to give back to them, I will make sure they will live their dreams better than what they could ever imagine.”

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Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

The mansion-in-question here is a grand luxurious home that has 7 bedrooms and packed with almost every luxury a homeowner can possibly wish for.

“I paid for the house in cash and it was built in a year. It has 7 bedrooms, and we didn’t bring anything from the old place except the TV I bought for my family as a Christmas gift earlier.”

swiggle1 dot pattern2 Jayvee's New Dream Home for His Adopted Parents
Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

Well, this is only one side of the story of a thankful adopted son who esteemed the love and care of his adopted parents so dearly. We are now about to reveal the other side to you.

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Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

Jayvee didn’t stop at fulfilling his adopted parents’ “dream home” wish, he has also taken them to many countries around the world with him as well.

swiggle1 dot pattern2 Jayvee with His Adopted Parents in Sydney
Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

On holidays, Jayvee manages to spend most of his time with his adopted family and continuously cherishes the moments he spends with them.

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Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook Source: Jayvee Lazaro Badile II - Facebook

Friends, in this sweet and amazing story of thankfulness, we have learned the importance of parents – good parents – and how it is our moral obligation and responsibility to repay them back for all they do for us.

That is why one should always respect his/her parents. They are undoubtedly the most honest and faithful people one can ever have in this world.

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Posted by Jayvee Lazaro Badile II on Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Sources:

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Jayvee Lazaro Badile II – Facebook

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