- A precious baby girl has Mzansi melting after trying not to sleep on camera
- The infant's mama shared the video on social media which has since gone viral
- Mzansi took to the comments section to share their reactions to the adorable little girl
A precious little girl has definitely stolen Mzansi's heart with her adorable, sleepy face. The infant couldn't stay awake any longer, after a hectic day out and about with her mama.
All dolled up in an adorable pink onesie, the precious toddler struggles to stay awake while her mama films her. It's clear baby girl is definitely fighting off the sandman but slowly gives in as she finally lays her head in her own little lap.
@papizwane2 took to Twitter to share the cute video of her tired little girl and had Mzansi's mom's lining up, sharing similar clips of their own sleepy babies.
"Ubuthongo - The Season Finale" she hilariously captioned the post.
Naturally, the toddlers cuteness was infectious and Mzansi couldn't help reacting. Check out some of their comments below:
"Nkosi yami isono"
"The track in the background"
"Aka se cute"
"Ncoah she is too cute"
" Oh, bethuna. She said “nope. I’m out”
"She tried to resist shame"
"Why do they fight sleep so much, don't they know how nice sleeping is?"
"I didn’t know falling asleep on your foot looks so comfortable."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a young man recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about his love for his little family. The post included a snap of himself, his lady and their adorable bundle of joy all posing together happily.
"I believe in true love," he happily captioned the snap.
Many South Africans completely disregarded what the post was about and were soon sharing how taken-aback they were by how incredibly tall the man is.
Many of them shared hilarious comments. Read a few of their interesting thoughts below:
"A few months old and the child is already half the mother's height."
"Congratulations. Wishing you nothing but long-lasting commitment to the growth of your family."
"Just a question tho, so whose height will the baby take?"
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Source: Briefly News