Kid’s reaction to parents surprising him with a 49ers game is priceless

Sep 23, 2015 at 2:00 PM--


Javier recently spent five days in a hospital due to an ongoing kidney issue. His parents told him that he was on his way to San Francisco for a visit with a doctor. Where was he actually going? He was headed to Levi's Stadium to watch the 49ers' final preseason game.

The trip was a financial stretch for the family, but his parents wanted to surprise him with a chance to see his favorite team.

Javier is a huge Colin Kaepernick fan. He even signs his name "Ja7ier" at school. Kaepernick did not see any playing time during the game he attended, but his reaction to figuring out where they were really going is priceless. His uncle Joe says that Javier was just happy to be at Levi's Stadium - home of his favorite NFL team.






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