Ryan Reynolds Has Sweetest Conversation With Child During Hospital Visit

Ryan Reynolds Has Sweetest Conversation With Child During Hospital Visit

Actor Ryan Reynolds had what is likely the sweetest conversation with a child during a visit to the hospital.

Life is often an unkind and unfair experience. Some people are given pretty bad cards and can do nothing but play the hand they were dealt. Some people are given more than their fair share of issues and problems. They are forced to endure terrible situations. 

Those sad, horrible and unavoidable circumstances may involve cancer or some other disease or condition. It’s always awful to watch a loved one go through something like that, knowing that there is little to nothing you can do to ease their pain. But it’s made much worse when the person inflicted with a debilitating or life-threatening medical condition is a child.

While we may not be able to alleviate their pain, we can still offer them love and kindness. That’s precisely what actor Ryan Reynolds did when he visited a hospital and visited with a young lady who had just undergone a bowel transplant.

In a clip posted on social media, the “Deadpool” actor kneeled and leaned onto Bella’s hospital bed, and the two had a cute and lengthy conversation. Topics included in their discussion included video games, hospital food and Bella’s surgery.

“Bella, did you have the transplant yet?” Ryan asks her.

“Yep,” she responds.

“And how’d it go?” he follows up. 

“I can walk,” Bella says.

Later in their conversation, Bella adds that she can now eat, and her favorite food is a roast beef sandwich served by the hospital. 

Ryan also asked the young lady how she handles a situation like that when she is about to undergo a massive surgery. Surprisingly, the little girl states in a way that shows it doesn’t affect her much at all. She does it. 

What a strong little girl who has obviously been through so much but has not let it phase her. 

Ephesians 4:32 “And be kind to one another, full of pity, having forgiveness for one another, even as God in Christ had forgiveness for you.”

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