One family found a collection of Christmas gifts wrapped in their late grandfather’s tent.
Holly Pomeroy, 29, of Central Florida, posted several videos last week about gifts found on TikTok.
In original videoPomeroy, which has been viewed more than 8.5 million times since it was released on December 27, has revealed that it is wrapping and labeled gifts out of the box.
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Pomeroy commented on the video: “My grandfather recently left and my cousin found very old wrapped Christmas presents for my dad, sister and me in the attic. Around 2002. “
Near the end of the clip, Pomeroy is heard saying, “These must have been from our childhood.”
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Pomeroy told Acesparks that her grandfather died Nov. 16 and soon after, her cousin began wandering around her house around Thanksgiving next week.
His cousin managed to deliver gifts and cards to Pomeroy and his family in December, and in other TikTok videos, Pomeroy found out. my father took the lamp and a massage chair, she took a pink wool robe and a pink Snuggie. Pomeroy said his sister also got Snuggie, but hers was blue.
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“It really opened up the emotions and knowing that this was the last thing I would get from my grandmother,” Pomeroy told Fox.
Many commentators on Pomeroy’s videos have even suggested that the Snuggies could be seen as a “hug” by his grandchildren.
One commenter wrote, “They’re like an extra hug to keep you warm when they’re not here.”
Pomeroy told Fox he didn’t know exactly why the gifts were forgotten or exactly when they arrived, and that one of the gifts belonged to his grandmother, who died in 2015.
“We may not have been able to come down since Christmas 2014,” Pomeroy said. “And then his health really started to deteriorate in January 2015, and my grandson may have killed them and forgotten about them because of his death.”
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At the same time, Pomeroy believes that paid Christmas cards signed by his grandmothers may date back to the 1990s, as the bills were from the 1995 series.
Unfortunately, according to Pomeroy, it is impossible to know how the cards were lost.
“We couldn’t spend Christmas with my great-grandmothers, so we could forget, too,” Pomeroy said.
Despite being a mystery, Pomeri says his whole family enjoyed the newly discovered gifts.
“[We] Just think, it’s a great blessing to have this happen to us, ”he said.