Their son got his first paycheck - when his parents saw what he was wasting it on, they couldn't stop crying
For me, the real message of the holiday season is to show your love and kindness towards your precious people. But usually people give gifts. I don't really like this trend - we consume so much and there are so many more things we need than material things.
And this 21-year-old guy understands it well - the christmas present for his parents was a great example of how love should look.
21-year-old Pavin Smith wrote a letter to his parents. The baseball player was picked up in the draft by Arizona Diamondbacks of the American Professional Baseball League, and with the signing of his new contract, the young man became a millionaire overnight.
But he didn't act like most young athletes who turn into millionaires. Instead of buying expensive cars or other glittering things, he decided to thank the people closest to his heart: his family.
In a heartwarming letter to his parents, he revealed his Christmas gift to them: "Thank you for raising me in a wonderful house full of love. Because all the sacrifices you have made enabled me to reach where I am today, I want our family's home to be yours".
Yes, Pavin decided to pay off his parents' mortgage! Look at the moment when parents find out what the gift of Pavin is: