Dad shares baby's photos dressed in Arsenal jersey, kid goes viral

Dad shares baby's photos dressed in Arsenal jersey, kid goes viral

- The photos of a baby in an Arsenal jersey went viral after her father shared it and said they are ready for the new season

- There were various comments on the pictures as people praised the cute look of the baby asking where he bought the kit

- Among people who reacted to the tweet were those who used it as an opportunity for football banter, saying that the man is setting his child early for heartbreaks

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Babies are very cute if you overlook the hard work that goes into parenting them. No wonder when cute babies' photos pop up, people are always in great admiration. They are that beautiful!

A father with the Twitter handle @drosso__ shared the photo of his baby as she wore an Arsenal jersey striking different lovely poses.

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In the first frame, she sat on the floor, the second photo shows her in a walking mode. The third and fourth photos are perhaps the best.

In the former, she had her cheek resting on her left palm as she sat. In the latter, she could be seen chasing a little ball.

As at the time of writing, the tweet has over 21,000 likes with thousands of retweets and many comments.

Below is the man's tweet:

Legit.ng took a peek at the comment section to see people's reactions.

Below were how people responded to the photos:

A collage showing the baby in the jersey. Photo source: Twitter/@Torsso

A collage showing the baby in the jersey. Photo source: Twitter/@Torsso
Source: UGC

Someone said the baby is too cute to be dressed in an arsenal jersey.

According to Siya, the baby girl will pick another tam when she grows up.

Dr MP sarcastically said this is not good parenting as he insinuated Arsenal will the league in 30 years time.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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