- A man has shown off the playground equipment his wife brought home for the kids' entertainment
- Counting himself as one of the babies, the man unwinded with the facility as people asked him to come and adopt them
- There were people who also said that they love that his house has so much space for a playground
A young man with the Twitter handle @maziibe_ has taken to the bird app to write about how his wife brought different playground equipment for her babies.
Sharing photos of him and the children making use of the facilities, the husband replied to those who asked if he is a baby too.
I'm a baby too
In a subsequent tweet that has a video, the man said:
"She calls me baby... I don’t know what you guys are on about."
Many people who commented on the photos spoke about how lovely the father and kids look as they enjoyed their new playthings.
See the dad's tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has gathered almost 10,000 likes with thousands of retweets.
Briefly News compiled some of them below:
"Reasons why I always say when I'm married, my wife will play the role of father and mother. I'll just be part of the children and compete for breast. Now you see!"
"So if they say parents should run in different directions, to see who the children follow. All of you will run in mommy's direction."
"I’m up for adoption biko. This adulting don tire me."
"Na to open business remain see space chai."
"Be kind enough to share your address. Hope you guys will share glucose and caprisone in the afternoon?"
A father bonding with his kid
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a very funny video of a man and baby went viral as it got many people talking on social media.
In the short clip, the man who some believed to be the father fist-bumped with the kid. Afterwards, he went into unrelated talk trying to tell the child what never even happened.
In the middle of the conversation, the baby made a meaningless contribution that suddenly got both of them laughing.
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