- An encouraging dad and his brave little girl are making waves online after performing incredible acrobatic stunts together
- It's clear the duo have a special bond built on love and trust
- Social media users were definitely impressed and took to the comments section to share their reactions
An incredible dad is certainly encouraging his little girl not to be afraid, performing daring stunts with the toddler on a regular basis.
The athletic pair have inspired social media users with their trust and acrobatic skill, as the little girl easily falls into her father's arms and knows she is in safe hands.
Heading online, Instagram user rolandp90x shared the touching clip. It's clear his little girl, Jayden has come a long way and can't wait to show off a new gymnastics move she's learnt. The daddy-daughter duo perform the task with the utmost ease.
Woman crawls on the floor to show baby how to come down stairs without fear, adorable video goes viral
Naturally, social media users couldn't help but be impressed. Check out some of their encouraging comments below:
"Sooo Cleannnnnnnn ! Yess go Jayden !!!!!"
"Os respecto mucho."
"Her little sweet voice."
Woman crawls on the floor to show baby how to come downstairs, video goes viral
In similar inspirational news, Briefly News previously reported that a video has shown a kid learning greatly from a woman believed to be his mother. The baby's quick response to learning wowed people.
In a clip shared by @kids.addiction on Instagram, a woman's good parenting skill was applauded after she demonstrated how a baby could descend the stairs by himself.
As they approached the stairs, the woman stopped, went down on her fours, and gently crawled down without uttering a word.
The baby quickly picked up the cue, did the same thing, and clapped for himself afterwards. What a smart kid.
At the time of writing this report, the video has close to 300,000 views with over 200 comments. Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Wonderful to see parent teaching their child how to do things not doing it for them."
"That’s crazy, most babies will do that on their own."
"Me as mom."
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