Teenager greets little brother in different costume every day to make memories before leaving for college
There is nothing like the loving relationship between siblings. Having a sibling is such a blessing, because with a sibling comes a playmate, role model and best friend. But it can also come with some embarrassment and lots of practical jokes too.
Nothing says ‘I love you’ quite like a good embarrassing act between brothers. This hilarious show of brotherly love from a big brother who’s hoping to make some fun memories before he goes to college next year, will have you smiling from ear to ear.
Noah’s creative costume changes have won over hearts thanks to his Facebook page The Bus Brother, where he posts warm welcome videos with his younger brother Max every day when the bus drops him off from school.
“The first outfit was just kind of something silly, then I started coming up with more ideas,” Noah told ABC News Baton Rouge affiliate WBRZ. “Then when my mom started posting them, people were donating different costumes and outfits.”
It’s Noah’s last year of high school so he saw this as a perfect opportunity to “embarrass” Max, who steps off the Central Community Schools bus with a big smile every time he sees his sibling waiting in the goofy garb.
“At first I was surprised and kind of embarrassed, but now I’m just used to it,” Max said.
Not even pouring rain has stopped Noah from flocking to the bus in a funny outfit.
To date, Noah has sported 10 different looks, including a firefighter, a bear, a LSU football player, Santa, a sloth and more.
“It’s gotten a lot bigger than I thought it would,” Noah said of the Facebook page. “I thought I would keep it going, but I was expecting it to kind of be something that me, my friends, my family and a few other people we know to kind of catch on. But for the amount of people that saw it and loved it, it was just crazy.”
Max’s favorite surprise so far was the Chewbacca costume.
Noah wants to make sure his brother has plenty of good memories, no matter how goofy they may be.
What a fantastic and unique way to make memories. These are the moments that make life worth living. Thank you Noah and Max for warming our hearts.
To follow the Bus Brother’s journey, be sure to visit their Facebook page.