- A video capturing a kid's happy moment as she clocked herself out in the mirror has received much attention
- In the clip, the kid looks at her reflection several times and dramatically laughs hard each time
- Among those who found the act funny were people who prayed that she continues to have good reasons to laugh
Kids' reactions to things adults consider normal could sometimes be cute. In a short video shared by People magazine, a kid stared at a reflection of herself in a mirror and screamed in excitement.
To show that she really loved the experience, she walked gently to the mirror again and did the same thing. This time around, she shouted even louder.
Wow, is that really me?
On about the fourth attempt, she stays longer in front of the mirror and doubles in laughter at the same reflection. You can see the joy written all over her face.
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She repeated the same act several times, making her expressions more dramatic each time.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video had been watched over 900k times. Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"I hope she always feels that way when she sees herself!"
"This is my new way of looking in the mirror. Thx."
"That's so adorable."
"May no one ever steal her joy."
"So cute it made my day."
"She’s says, 'I got to look again at all this greatness'.”
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Baby's reaction to chair gift has people's hearts smiling
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a baby demonstrated an amazing show of gratitude with much joy when her gift was unwrapped.
As the wrapper came off to reveal a smart sofa, the kid screamed in delight, moving around with feverish energy.
Without wasting any time, she laid on the chair to test it. When they told her the chair could be pulled out into a bed shape, the kid was more ecstatic.
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Source: Briefly News