Girl's picture goes viral after sending it to stranger

Esequiel Farfan
Marcha 13, 2018

Sydney's friend, a woman named Mandi was so tickled by the exchange, she tweeted it. "Syd accidentally sent pics of her dress to the wrong number and this was their response", Mandi wrote.

Uselton snapped two photos of herself trying on a black gown - one of the front design and one of the back - and sent those pictures to a number she thought belonged to a friend to get her opinion.

Instead of shooting back the standard "wrong number" text, he chose to have a bit of fun with it, and got his children to deliver their verdict on the dress.

"I believe this message was intended for someone else", Wood replied.

"My wife isn't home, so I couldn't get her opinion, but the kids and I think you look stunning in your dress!"

'You should definitely go with that one!'

The supportive text was accompanied with a picture of his smiling kids giving two thumbs up.

While speaking to Daily Mail Australia he said: "Society puts a lot of pressure on these young women to have a certain look and a certain body build".

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"We try to teach our children to be themselves and not worry about what others think... Even with that, my young daughters already express a desire to "fit in" and I figured this young lady might need that reassurance", he added.

A tweet featuring screenshots of the conversation went viral.

Some social media users said they were moved by the story and complimented Wood for his actions. Noting that the thread had now made his children "Twitter famous", Wood elaborated on the members of the family that weren't pictured in the photo.

Her tweet has since been liked over 690,000 times and has over 172,000 retweets, but the heartwarming story doesn't end there.

There's a reason why Wood's wife wasn't home to ask for fashion advice- she was at the hospital with their four-year-old son Kaizler, who is battling leukemia.


This chain of events led to the discovery of the Wood family's Go Fund Me page, which has been garnering donations ever since.

It has emerged the family has a GoFundMe page that was set up over two years ago to help pay for the little boy's treatment.

The 4-year-old was diagnosed with standard risk pre-B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia on December 23, 2015, according to the Facebook page. "He is the second youngest of 6 brothers and sisters". He has a smile that lights up the room and is one of the most loving children you will ever meet. The most important thing about Kaizler is that he holds a special place in the hearts of so many. While he can be pretty bashful when you first meet him, he quickly turns into a chatterbox!

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