- Mandy Ndlangisa's shared a hilarious clip of her trying to feed her adorable little girl
- Mandy tried to trick her little one with a bottle and change it to food as soon as her little one got to her
- Once Mandy's baby realises she's being tricked she turns and runs and SAns cannot help but laugh
Toddlers really be doing the most sometimes and Mandy Ndlangisa's little one is no different. The young mom tried to trick her adorable little one with a bottle in order to feed her. Once she realised her mom was going to feed her, she made a quick U-turn.
The hilarious 10-second clip had peeps in stitches. Many related to Mandy's situation and shared stories about their own extra little ones. SAns loved the cute stumbling Mandy's babygirl made as she tried to run away from the food.
The short clip gained over 89 500 views on Twitter with over 7 000 likes and 1 200 retweets.
Take a look at the clip below:
Below are a few of the hilarious responses and stories shared under Mandy's video:
"Why do babies not wanna eat??? This is a serious question coz it’s a struggle bandla."
"She’s on a liquid diet, please respect her."
"I always used to feed my baby from the back as I was always running after him but okusalayo that spoon always ended up in his mouth... one way or another."
@sihlewamahlubi responded with:
"I don’t know how many times I’ve watched this. She was like nope, not today."
In other adorable toddler news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a little girl jamming out to her favourite Zulu song. According to Nicole Ducler Des Rauche, her two-year-old daughter's father has been teaching her isiZulu every day.
In the short clip, Nicole shared to Facebook's #ImStaying group, the little one is jamming out to an iconic SA hit. Master KG and Nomcebo's global hit, Jerusalema, is playing as the little girl sits strapped into her car seat while her father records.
She sings her heart out from beginning to end as her dad beams with pride. The clip is just 29 seconds long but it surely did captivate many Stayers.
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