The two-year-old gets his own mini UPS truck from couriers

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Two-year-old boy gets his own mini UPS truck gifted from the delivery men he waves to every morning at his neighborhood facility

  • Clarissa Alcazar, 33, from Chula Vista, California, takes her son Marco Elizondo for a jog every morning to their local UPS facility
  • The toddler likes to wave to the UPS drivers when they leave
  • To thank him for his support, the local drivers made him his own brown truck complete with UPS boxes and a 5218 ‘serial number’, a nod to his birthday
  • Marco was gifted earlier this month and heartwarming photos show him wearing his own mini UPS uniform while posing next to the truck.

A two-year-old boy was given a mini-UPS truck from the local delivery drivers to whom he likes to wave every morning.

Clarissa Alcazar, 33, from Chula Vista, California, noticed her son Marco Elizondo’s fascination with the big brown trucks around Christmas when he saw them driving around his neighborhood.

He was in the pram and was like, “Wow!” His whole world came to life, ”said the mother Good morning America

Too cute!  Two-year-old Marco Elizondo Chula Vista, California, has gotten his own mini UPS truck from the local delivery drivers he likes to wave to

Too cute! Two-year-old Marco Elizondo Chula Vista, California, has gotten his own mini UPS truck from the local delivery drivers he likes to wave to

Adorable: The brown pram came complete with UPS boxes and a 5218 'serial number', a nod to Marco's birthday

Adorable: The brown pram came complete with UPS boxes and a 5218 'serial number', a nod to Marco's birthday

Adorable: The brown pram came complete with UPS boxes and a 5218 ‘serial number’, a nod to Marco’s birthday

Start of it all: Mom Clarissa Alcazar, 33, noticed her son Marco's fascination with UPS trucks around Christmas time when he saw them driving through his neighborhood

Start of it all: Mom Clarissa Alcazar, 33, noticed her son Marco's fascination with UPS trucks around Christmas time when he saw them driving through his neighborhood

Start of it all: Mom Clarissa Alcazar, 33, noticed her son Marco’s fascination with UPS trucks around Christmas time when he saw them driving through his neighborhood

On the way to work: One of Marco's favorite things to do is wave to the UPS drivers when they leave their factory

On the way to work: One of Marco's favorite things to do is wave to the UPS drivers as they leave their factory

On the way to work: One of Marco’s favorite things to do is wave to the UPS drivers when they leave their factory

Clarissa started taking her son on a jog to their nearby UPS facility, making it part of their daily morning routine.

While the UPS employees drive to start their daily routes, little Marco likes to give them a helping hand. To show their appreciation, they made his own UPS truck for him.

“It was just out of the goodness of their hearts … to see how committed we were to going there every day,” Clarissa explained.

The stroller was assembled by Mike Thornberry, a 24-year-old UPS employee, and his car team.

New tradition: The mother takes Marco on a jog to their local UPS facility every morning

New tradition: The mother takes Marco on a jog to their local UPS facility every morning

New tradition: The mother takes Marco on a jog to their local UPS facility every morning

Aww!  Marco received it as a present earlier this month, and photos of the heartwarming moment show him wearing his own mini UPS uniform when he arrived at the facility.

Aww!  Marco received it as a present earlier this month, and photos of the heartwarming moment show him wearing his own mini UPS uniform when he arrived at the facility.

Aww! Marco received it as a present earlier this month, and photos of the heartwarming moment show him wearing his own mini UPS uniform when he arrived at the facility.

So sweet: the little boy also got to pose for a photo with the drivers, who all gave a thumbs up for the camera

So sweet: the little boy also got to pose for a photo with the drivers, who all gave a thumbs up for the camera

So sweet: the little boy also got to pose for a photo with the drivers, who all gave a thumbs up for the camera

Heartwarming: “It was just out of the kindness of their hearts … to see how committed we were to going there every day,” Clarissa said of the surprise.

It came complete with a 5218 ‘serial number’ – a nod to Marco’s date of birth – and UPS boxes in the back that he could ‘deliver’.

“Anytime we do something like this for a kid, it warms your heart,” Mike told GMA of the surprise.

Marco received the gift earlier this month, and photos of the heartwarming moment show him wearing his own mini UPS uniform when he arrived at the facility for his daily visit.

The UPS employees had his toy car ready with a stuffed bear in the driver’s seat.

The little boy also got to pose for a photo with the drivers, who all gave a thumbs up for the camera.

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