MN Social Distancing Baptism Goes Viral (There's Squirt Guns Involved)

Mary and Kyle Nielsen's son was supposed to be baptized at the end of March in front of family and friends. That however is obviously not possible these days with churches and public places shutting down. Instead of postponing, the Nielsen's pastor came to their house for an at-home baptism, but with social distancing and remaining 6 feet apart, how would the pastor reach their son, Wesley James? Well, Mary explained to her brother when he asked that exact question, "If anything we're gonna use squirt guns. He's like, I want a picture of that. So when baptism day came, we did the real thing first of course, and then afterwards we made sure to do the picture of the pastor holding a water gun and my husband just held Wesley out there and made sure we got a good photo op of that. Just to get some laughs and smiles to the family that couldn't be there,"

The subsequent photo has now gone viral, take a look!

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