- A funny video of a mother's interaction with her son recently made the rounds on social media
- In the video, a mother was seen trying to scold her son because he had done something bad
- The little boy then advised his mother to calm herself down and rest as she scolded him
A funny video recently made the rounds online and it has left a number of social media users in stitches.
Discipline is a normal thing in many African homes but it appears that the new generation of kids have ways to appeal to their parents in order to avoid getting punished.
A mother recently shared a video of her son’s funny reaction after he pleaded in the most unique way when she tried to discipline him.
In the video, the mother could be heard scolding the little boy for a naughty thing that he had done. Apparently, the boy had taken something he was not meant to touch and without permission.
As the woman scolded her son, the little boy told her to calm down. He said she should be calming down and that she needs to rest. He even took things further by sitting down on the arm of a sofa and demonstrating how he wanted her to relax.
When the mother insisted that she was going to discipline him because he was fond of touching things he was not meant to, the little boy resorted to begging his mother if he could ask her a simple question.
See the video below:
The video has now gone viral on social media with people reacting to it. Read some comments below:
delia_deex: "Awwwwwwww mommy give him a last chance."
joy_7537: "Hmmmmm... this boy has made my day."
luclazarus: "He knows what he's in for so mummy needs to calm down! #socute"
osasgold01: "Mummy calm down, forgive him. Smart boy."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson, took to social media to show off two of her brave kids.
In the video, the actress’ eldest children, Purity and Henry, were in their swimming trunks and a floater as they bravely swam towards a small wave at the beach.
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