Noah Can’t Understand Why His 4th Birthday Party Was Canceled, You’re Invited To His Parade

A Dover boy is wondering why his birthday party was canceled and why his friends did come to his party.

Little Noah just turned 4-years-old in March, however, his party was nixed amid the COVID-19 shutdown says his mother Tiffany.

“He keeps asking me when his party is and I keep telling him I don’t know.” Noah is heartbroken about not having the usual big party of friends and family. He doesn’t quite understand, but I want him to feel as special as he truly is.

Despite the shutdown,  Tiffany and Noah’s dad Mark decided that they weren’t going to let the moment pass without a celebration. They are now planning on throwing Noah an awesome “BIRTHDAY PARADE.” Perfect for a little boy who loves wheels as much as he does, said Tiffany.

The proud parents are asking you to drive by their home with your loudest car, biggest truck, tractor, daily driver, WHATEVER!  “Noah loves SUBIES, fast cars, race cars, tractors, firetrucks, tuners. HE LOVES THEM ALL. Bring whatever you got. Decorate it up or come as you are. Please share with your car people and groups. Let’s make this epic!”

Make sure not to say anything this a surprise. The parade will be on Sunday, May 17, 2020, at 1 PM near the intersection of Dyke Branch Road and Penny Lane in Dover.

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