- An adorable picture of a little girl looking for her mom so she could carry her on her back has melted many hearts
- In the picture, the little cutie has a pink towel in tow ready for her mommy to wrap her tightly on her back
- Many people found the picture absolutely adorable and quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
Kids are such big smile-bringers. An adorable picture of a cute little girl looking for her mom so that she could carry her on her back has definitely brought a humongous smile to many South African faces.
In the pic that was shared on Twitter by the mommy, the little girl can be seen holding her towel in tow, ever-ready for her mom to lift her up and wrap her tightly onto her back - something she must really enjoy.
"She is crying, carrying a towel and looking for me, black people will understand what she wants from me," wrote the momma in the caption.
Locals were truly touched by the picture and reacted to it a whopping 17.3k times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to swoon over the adorable little one. Read a few of their comments below:
"Had to sit my niece down and tell her, dude you're old and heavy, mpepe is for small babies. No mpepe for you ne."
"My helper once lied to my daughter and said her back is sore. Did my daughter not lay hands on my helper's back and started praying for her? The prayer was like 'God please heal mane so she can bepula me, amen'."
In similar heartwarming news, Briefly.co.za reported that a young South African lady with the Twitter handle @baby2stackss recently shared a hilarious post about her grandfather on Twitter. In her humorous post, she shared pictures of the old man wearing a waist trainer trying to flatten his mid-section.
"My grandfather is going through a serious mid-life crisis. Motho asho o apere waist trainer. My question is, what does he want it to do? Like does he want a flat tummy, or a non-existent waist? I'm so confused," she captioned the hilarious Twitter post.
Locals found the post absolutely hilarious, reacting to it over 500 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share their own humorous comments about the funny post.
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