Skip Nav
Gift Guide
If You're Overwhelmed by All the Toys Out This Year, These Are the 7 Guaranteed Hits
Parents, Forget That Damn Elf and Give Yourself the Gift of Shiraz on the Shelf This Holiday Season
Gift Guide
What Do You Even Gift a 1-Year-Old? Here Are 31 Brilliant Stocking Stuffer Ideas
Emily Blunt Shares Her Daughter's Reaction to Mary Poppins
Emily Blunt
Emily Blunt Re-Created Her Daughter's "Strange" Reaction to Seeing Her Mom as Mary Poppins
Ellen DeGeneres
Move Over, Oprah! Ellen DeGeneres Has Her Own List of 15 Favorite Things For Fall

Boy Leaves Money and a Note After Stealing Wind Chime

After a Young Boy Stole Her Wind Chime, This Woman Received a Sad Note About Loss

If someone stole something from your home, you'd likely be angry and totally pissed off, but not Chrissy Reitz. Chrissy took to Facebook to share a note she found on her door along with a $5 bill from a young boy who explained that his sister stole her wind chime. But she didn't care about the wind chime — Chrissy posted the letter because she wants to find this sweet boy, give him his money back, and give his siblings another identical wind chime.

"I am sorry that we stole your wind chime," the note reads. "Our mom died and liked butterflies so my sister took it to put by our window. I am sorry this is [the] only money I have. Please do not be mad at us. Jake."

Chrissy explained on Facebook that she lost her mother at just 5 years old and knows how hard it can be. The Washington mom-of-five is asking Jake to return to her home so she can give him his money back and let him know that it is OK he took it and that she's not mad. She's on a mission to find the young boy and his sister and has asked her Facebook network for any tips.

From Our Partners
Is It OK For Boys to Wear Shorts in the Winter?
Different Types of Parents There Are on Christmas Morning
I Don't Give My Kids a Toy Limit at Christmas
What Is the Happy Mama Retreat?
How We Celebrate the Holidays Without Religion
What It's Like When Your Child Stops Believing in Santa
Michelle Obama on Marriage Counseling in Elle December 2018
Why I Don't Care About Screen Time During the Holidays
I Give Back on Black Friday Instead of Shop
Why Parents Hate Candy Canes
I'm Not Giving My Kids Any Christmas Presents This Year
Should I Host Thanksgiving?
From Our Partners
Latest Family
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds