- A cute video showing two toddlers helping each other climb a flight of stairs is slowly creeping into the hearts of Saffa tweeps
- The video was shared to Twitter @HermaineM and has already gained over 11 000 views on the app
- Many tweeps enjoyed the adorable baby waddling and the use of their teamwork
An adorable video showing two toddlers helping each other climb a flight of stairs has been shared to Twitter. @HermaineM (Hermaine) shared the 30-second clip to the social networking site recently and South African tweeps are loving it.
The video shows the toddlers struggling up a flight of stairs but they make it up by extending their arms to assist one another. After a lot of effort, they make it to the top of the stairs. They then hold hands as they scurry away.
Tweeps have been loving this cute video and have already viewed it over 11 000 times. Hermaine captioned the clip: "Wow, this is so adorable, we can learn a lot from these little ones."
Take a look at the video below:
Here are some of the responses to the video:
"A house is not home without these little ones. Just imagine someone out there saying I don't want babies..."
"This is heartwarming."
"Definitely. My twins ALWAYS look out for each other. Even when you give one something the other will either call the other or ask where's the other one for my twin... ALWAYS."
Staying with news about adorable little ones, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a dad who shared a cute video of him and 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.
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Source: Briefly News