- A cute video shared to Twitter by a proud father shows his little one dancing to a popular cartoon's outro song
- @ThaboT_style's adorable little boy steals the spotlight as he tries to imitate the sound of the song
- The little cutie also shows off his dance moves but his contagious laugh and smile definitely crept into the hearts of many
A proud father shared an adorable video of him bonding with his baby boy. @ThaboT_style shared a video of his little one dancing to the outro of popular animation, Avatar: The Last Airbender. The cute duo has brought smiles to the faces of many South African tweeps.
@ThaboT_style is barely visible in the video but his son definitely takes the spotlight. He clicks his tongue in tune with the melodic outro and moves his shoulders rhythmically before moving around excitedly.
The video is just over 40 seconds long but @ThaboT_style's little boy crept into the hearts of many Saffas with his energy and contagious smile.
Take a look at the cute duo below:
Take a look at some of the responses from tweeps below:
@DQFab_ZA responded to the video with:
"This is the cutest thing I've seen in a while."
"This literally made me smile man."
@Ntsepie1 quote tweeted the video with the caption:
"Here is my boy. I love this child hle."
In other news about proud dads, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a local dad who showed off his kid's packed lunch. @uSiya took to Twitter with pictures of the lunch box he had supposedly packed for his little child.
While the gesture was sweet it looked unhealthy enough to result in instant tooth decay. In the two blue lunch boxes, one could see an assortment of candy products. A Twinkie, some jelly snakes, stick sweets, and chocolate eclairs.
While the lunch is certainly any kid and some adults' dreams - it certainly is a nightmare for teeth and little tummies that tend to ache when too many sugary treats get consumed. Many tweeps wondered how the child's poor teacher would have to deal with the sugar rush that was sure to follow that "lunch."
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