These cute kids are just too irresistible, the internet world can’t get enough of them

We all have this soft spot within us that are intended for kids. We simply can’t help but turn soft every time we come across a kid, even if they are a stranger to us.

That must be what this lady soldier felt when she came across three equally adorable kids while traveling in the middle of a mountain. She just can’t help the irresistible sight before her eyes that she decided to take snaps with them and share it on social media.

Image: Eunes Baguio/Facebook

The result? Well, apparently, a lot of people share the same sentiment with her as her post quickly gained a lot of reactions, shares, and comments from netizens. All can’t help but swoon over how adorable the kids are.

Facebook user, Eunes Baguio is still wearing her army uniform as she took the photos with the kids. They were even frowning while Baguio was smiling widely in the photos but, their facial expression only added up to the cuteness level of the photos.

Image: Eunes Baguio/Facebook

In the said post, Baguio said that she had been walking and walking for a long time and she did not expect to come across such an adorable sight in the middle of her journey. She even jokingly asked where the kids came from and what were they eating to be that cute.

Image: Eunes Baguio/Facebook

Another photo even showed the home of the kids which is made from pieces of wood while one of them cutely shows up on the small window.

While everyone is still left admiring the cuteness of these kids, others can’t help but give attention to the situation of the kids. The photos showed that they may be living in a poor condition which prompted other commenters to mention famous programs that feature stories about ordinary people with extraordinary lives in an effort to give help to the kids and their families.

Image: Eunes Baguio/Facebook

It is truly amazing to see that a single post such as this one can be a doorway for these kids to have a brighter future ahead of them. After all, they still have a long way to go.