- A baby has shown that he preferred his mother to his father as he chose the former many times in a game
- Despite the man's repeated calls for his attention, the kid ran to the mother's warm embrace in a way that stirred laughter
- Many people who reacted to the video on Instagram found it very funny and beautiful at the same time
The video of a kid choosing his mum over the dad may support the arguable fact that male kids are more connected to their mothers.
In the hilarious clip, the kid ran toward his mother several times in a game that had both the parents calling his attention as they knelt.
Even when they switched positions to know if the baby is just inclined towards an angle, the child still chose the mother.
Father will not let go easily
In a more funny turn of events, the father quickly swapped positions with the mother just as the baby was running towards her again.
To equal the result, the mother and father took to the place of the child as they chose each other.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered more than 74,000 views with quite a number of reactions.
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Love and hugs to the family."
"This has to be the cutest thing I've ever seen."
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Kid gets extremely excited after classmate gets numbers correct
Young children are the most innocent human beings, and their reaction is pure, never tainted with any malice or exaggeration.
Briefly News reported that when a young kid celebrates you, you know that they are genuine in their delight and happy to see another human being doing great, which is not always the same for us adults.
This was evident in a video that has since gone viral, shared by Big Cat @BarstoolBigCat and Rex Chapman @RexChapman, on Twitter of young pupils in class during a lesson.
One kid sitting on the left was tasked with recognising numbers that were put on the table, and as he did, he got huge plaudits from a classmate on his opposite side.
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Source: Briefly News