People Are Loving This Viral Video Of A Grandfather Painting His Granddaughter’s Toes While She Recovers From Surgery

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As anyone who is lucky enough to be close with their grandparents knows: They can be a font of wisdom and love like no other and often have a particular soft spot for their grandchildren.

What’s perhaps less common is when that generational wisdom includes full-service nail salon skills.

A Twitter user named Ayla Winter-White posted a heartwarming video recently in which she described the lengths her grandfather went to look after her while she was recovering from a surgery and showed him diligently painting her toenails, adding:

“[M]y granddad told me he wanted to make me feel better, he told me he’s been painting my nan’s nails for 30 years and that he wanted to paint mine.”


It’s a touching moment of a grandparent expressing their love through a simple act of service and a bit of humor as well.

When he’s asked a question about the car Ayla’s grandpa replies “I’ve got an important job at the moment.”

Like a good professional he also asks his client/granddaughter “How many coats do you have on?” to which she replies “Just two, please.”


People were extremely moved by the video, which has since garnered over 1 million Likes on Twitter.

Others shared similar acts of grandparent kindness or the desire to borrow Ayla’s grandad themselves.



Written by Stefan

Writer and middle school limbo champ.