This Guy Proposed To His Childhood Pen Pal And Her Son In The Most Adorable Way Possible

Superhero Book Proposal

Not only is this couple’s proposal super-sweet, but they also have an amazing “how we met” story. After becoming pen pals as kids and writing to each other for 12 years, Rick and Chloe finally met in person in 2011. ¬†Fast forward to this year and Rick decided he wanted to propose to Chloe and her son named Evan from a previous relationship. Rick came up with the idea to propose with a superhero storybook so that Evan could feel included in the proposal. Illustrator Yoni Limor¬†helped with the drawings to create a picture book called “My Super Family,” which explains to Evan how his family came together. See a few pages from the book and a photo from the proposal below!

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Photos via Yonimation.com

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