These Pint-Sized Patriots Make America Proud
You can never be too young to start developing a love for your country.
We’re celebrating the Fourth of July by highlighting some pint-sized patriots who have made headlines this year.
Check out four stories of patriotic young Americans below.
Have you seen any others out there? Let us know on Twitter!
Meant to post this on #MemorialDay but I was in China and my phone wasn't working. I'm proud to be American. I'm blessed to get to travel the world! #IPledgeAllegiance
Posted by Chris Pratt on Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Actor Chris Pratt showed that it’s never too early to start teaching your kids to be proud Americans.
Pratt posted a video to Facebook shortly after Memorial Day which showed him teaching his 2-year-old son, Jack, the Pledge of Allegiance.
“I'm proud to be American,” Pratt wrote. “I'm blessed to get to travel the world!”
Two young boys, aged 11 and 12, embodied the spirit of America when they recovered Old Glory from a ditch on Memorial Day.
A photo went viral of 12-year-old Parker Diemel and 11-year-old Ayden Lango taking action after they noticed the American flag in a ditch.
"I've just always known that America is the greatest country ever and we have to respect its symbols and its flag," Ayden said on “Fox and Friends.”
A toddler sang his heart out in an unbelievably adorable rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner.”
Trent Harris, 2, performed the national anthem at a New Jersey high school basketball game.
Watch the cute moment above.
A moving Memorial Day photo shows a 4-year-old boy dressed up as a Marine and sprawled across his fallen father's final resting place.
Christian Jacobs, 4, was so excited to spend time with his dad, Marine Sgt. Christopher James Jacobs, that he ran to his grave at Arlington National Cemetery.
He also had a heartbreaking message for his dad: “I hope for you to come back soon, daddy.”