- A little girl is winning the nation over with her speech about self-love
- Sithi_Pancake shared a video of the adorable little one to Facebook and she quickly crept into the hearts of many
- The little girl, known as Pancake, speaks about her intelligence and how she loves herself more than anything else
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A video of an adorable little girl speaking about how much she loves herself is warming hearts across the nation. The video starts with the little one saying that she loves herself more than anything in her "entire life".
She goes on to speak about her intelligence and how much she loves her brain and heart. The one-minute, 15-second clip shows how proud this cute little girl is of who she is and what she stands for.
The video was uploaded to Facebook by Sithi_Pancake with the caption reading:
"#Affirmation is the act of confirming something to be true, or is a written or oral statement that confirms something is true. An example of an affirmation is reminding a child that she is smart.”
Click here to watch the adorable little girl speak her mind. Briefly.co.za took to the comments section under the video to see what people are saying.
Zee Weston Weston wrote:
"What an amazing child... I love you baby."
Sibongile Nojaholo said:
"I love you so much Pancake."
Yandiswa Sompini commented:
"Speak baby girl, the universe is listening."
Pinky Nxu added:
"Tearing, you are just something else baby girl."
In other news about adorable kids, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a baby that went viral for busting some dance moves cute video. A little baby has shown very cool dance moves as she slugged it out with another adult.
The duo were dancing to Doofenshmirtz's There's a Platypus Controlling Me, a song from popular cartoon Phineas and Ferb. The baby wiggled her body as she did the signature hand move.
Her adult counterpart, not wanting to be outmatched, also displayed his smooth dance steps as he took one of his legs over the kid's head. Throughout the short performance that has been watched over 600,000 times, the baby could be seen smiling.
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