2-year-old makes hugs during Covid-19 Pandemic


Chattanooga (WDEF) – A local 2-year-old is on a mission to send a hug to everyone in need during Covid-19. What started as a friendly surprise for her grandparents quickly turned into a viral sensation

Charley and her mother Amanda have created over 50 hugs to  give to family, friends, and people in the community to help overcome social distancing.

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The pair work in-between nap times to create as many hand crafted hugs as possible.

They are great fun for the family and can keep your children entertained.

Each hug also comes with hand written words of encouragement.

Amanda says it’s great that her daughter can spread some positivity during these times.

If you would like to put in a hug order or donate supplies you can email Amanda at Amanda@tinybombevents.com

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Isaiah was born and raised in the Chattanooga area and attended Heritage High School in Ringgold, GA. He took a broadcasting class where he fell in love with broadcast journalism. He attended the University of West Georgia before transferring back home to UTC where he received a BA in Mass Communications. Go Mocs! Isaiah got his start at News 12 Now as an intern after graduation and that internship led to a part time job in production. From production, he moved to the news team where he now produces and reports for News 12 This Morning. Isaiah is a huge fan of the Georgia Bulldogs. He loves to spend time with his friends and go on hikes in the many beautiful locations that Chattanooga has to offer. If you have any story ideas please contact Isaiah at Ibuchanan@wdef.com.