- A baby has shown how much she loves her mother in a viral video that was shared by the kid's father
- As her mum approached the door, the kid jumped up, galloped towards it as she told her father mummy is around
- Tweeps said that the reactions of the baby are beautiful as they shared their experiences around toddlers
A father with the Twitter handle @TeflonBron has shared a very lovely video of what his little daughter did when her mum came home.
The clip which has been seen over 800,000 times on Twitter only goes to show how innocent a kid's reactions are.
@TeflonBron who posted the clip in response to a tweet asking tweeps to share what makes them happy said the kid's reactions are priceless.
In the short video, the toddler ran towards the door while screaming "dadda eee mama" as a way of telling her dad that the mum is back.
When she sensed that her speech pattern may not be communicating well as her father remained unmoved, she jabbed her hands towards the door repeatedly.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing, the post has over 16,000 retweets with more than 87,000 likes. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"She's wondering why you are not sharing the excitement! "get up daddy, mum is back!"
"Priceless and you are blessed to have a recording."
"This makes my heart happy."
"Is she saying “dad get up it’s mamma?” It’s so cute!!!!!"
"Just remembered how at 9 years old I bounced the same when at 4.20pm I will be bathed in pjz and gown and I hear his car ( my daddy dearest) a street away and ol hell will break loose. Oh the love."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a mother and model, Tatiana Elizabeth Price, generated massive reactions online after posting a video of her trying to join the #BussItChallenge.
As the mother was about showing her banging shape and dancing, her baby burst into uncontrollable laughter in a video that has been seen over one million times.
The mother joined in and turned what would have been a proper twerking video into a comedy show.
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