- A man recently headed online to share a clip of his friend's adorable bundle of joy - a baby girl
- In the clip, the little one appears to be sleeping before getting the sudden urge to suck her fingers which she does in the cutest way ever
- The clip went viral as many baby loving locals took to the comment section to swoon over the cute little one
Babies are adorable but newborn babies take the cup. A young man recently gave most of South Africa the feels after taking to Twitter with an adorable yet way too short clip of his friend's absolutely beautiful newborn baby girl.
In the clip that was shared by doting non biological uncle, @Kgosi_m_, the cute little baby appears to be asleep but at the same time feeling a strong urge to suck something. Before long, the little one discovers her hand and starts sucking blissfully - while looking super adorable doing it.
"Gods gift," her proud dad captioned the sweet clip.
Very soon the clip reached over 60k views and over 6k likes from South Africans who can't resist watching clips of adorable babies. Many of them also headed to the comment section to swoon over the little one.
Read some of their comments below:
"You’re the only Twitter advocate that can put a pause to people claiming Kitso as their own tlhe monna. Or atleast try.
"Oh punkie pie, so adorable."
"I’ve watched this 1692027545818 times."
"Just feed the baby already bathong."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, Tshepiso Vanessa Ralehlathe shared a lovely 'How it started vs How it's going' post of herself and her baby girl. The first image shows her little girl in a pram with a bottle while the second post shows her sitting in a chair.
The adorable throwback had peeps feeling all kinds of warm and fuzzy. Not only did Tshepiso's baby girl grow up but she is still as stunning as ever.
South Africans took to the young mom's replies section to share their compliments and love for the sweet mommy-daughter duo. Tshepiso's post gained over 5 600 likes on the social networking site.
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