- Chris Brown's cute son has proven that age is just a number after he was spotted standing at just nine months
- The handsome boy, who was chilling with his mum, danced like a tiny pro as he saw his reflection on the mirror
- The celebrity baby supported himself on mummy's legs and seemed to be enjoying himself
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American singer Chris Brown’s son Aeko Catori Brown is growing up fast.
The beautiful celebrity baby showed off his skills on social media after his mum Ammika recorded the little guy clapping in excitement and standing with support.
The nine-month-old delighted fans with his funny dance routine that included a wide smile and a collection of claps.
He wobbled a bit as he tried to maintain balance and laughed at the top of his voice whenever he stared into mummy’s eyes.
Little Aeko acted like he was aware of his audience watching him from their screens and he gave them a performance they would never forget.
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Chris, who posted the video on his social media account, referred to the little one as pamper Breezy and his fans could not get enough of the cuteness.
Ammika made sure she held her baby firmly with her legs and hand and the tiny cutie knew exactly what to do when he saw his image in the mirror.
Already, the baby appeared to be taller and bigger and is growing as days go by.
Chris and Ammika welcomed their first son in November 2019 after keeping their pregnancy under wraps.
The two were rumoured to be separated but Chris has always been supportive of his baby mama.
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They fuelled reconciliation rumours after the RnB singer started sliding into his baby mama’s comment section to gush over her beauty.
On the beauty’s birthday, the No Guidance penned the sweetest and romantic message to celebrate how important she was to him.
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