North Carolina toddler fills up toy car with gas

Between all the stress and confusion, there has been a heartbreaking ripple effect of this gasoline shortage. A photo of 2-year-old Channing Monroe trying to fill up the gas tank of his toy car has garnered a lot of attention online, earning over 1,000 shares on WRAL’s Facebook page. The adorable photo has warmed the hearts of many who have spent the past few days sitting in long queues with tanks running out of patience – giving viewers a boost of good cheer. The little tike is unaffected by the stress of running out of gas. His comfortable 4-by-4 coupe gulps city-grade H2O straight from the pipe. At just 2 years old, Channing has over a decade ahead of him before he begins driver education. But even at his age, he has a sense of everything related to the automobile. His mother, Morgan Monroe, is a nurse at Duke Raleigh. “, she told WRAL. “I was like, ‘oh my God, this is crazy!'” Her father, Brandon, is an engineer for a pharmaceutical company. After work, he took the photo Channing has washed his car before, but he’s never filled it up with gas. “We never saw him fill it up, so that was very surprising,” Brandon said. such things – making it look like real struggles of this gas shortage crisis,” his parents said. “We thought it would be funny to send this photo – just to add some humor to a stressful situation. for all of us.” Good driving, Channing.

Between all the stress and confusion, there has been a heartbreaking trickle-down effect from this gas shortage.

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A photo of 2-year-old Channing Monroe trying to fill up the gas tank of his toy car has garnered a lot of attention online, earning over 1,000 shares on WRAL’s Facebook page.

The adorable photo has warmed the hearts of many who have spent the past few days sitting in long queues with tanks running out of patience – giving viewers a boost of good cheer.

The little tike is not affected by the stress related to the lack of gasoline. His comfortable 4-by-4 coupe gulps city-grade H2O straight from the pipe.

At just 2 years old, Channing has over a decade ahead of him before he begins driver education. But even at his age, he has a sense of everything related to the automobile.

His mother, Morgan Monroe, is a nurse at Duke Raleigh.

“I have to be at work, so we went, we got dressed, we [to the gas station] before dropping him off at daycare,” she told WRAL. “I was like, ‘oh my God, this is crazy!'”

Her father, Brandon, is an engineer for a pharmaceutical company.

After work, he took the picture.

Channing has washed his car before, but he never filled it up with gas.

“We never saw him fill it out, so that was very surprising,” Brandon said.

Children pick up on such things – making it look like real struggles.

“I thought it would be really funny in the middle of this gas shortage crisis,” her parents said. “We thought it would be funny to send this photo – just to add some humor to a stressful situation for all of us.”

Good driving, Channing.

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