- A handsome father and his super cute little one have stolen how hearts after he shared a snap of the two of them looking very grumpy
- According to the caption of the sweet post, the young father was trying to do the little one's hair but she wasn't having it
- Locals found the entire so cute and were soon swooning over the little girl in the replies section of the post
A doting South African dad recently headed online to both complain and very low-key brag about his super sweet and adorable little girl. In the post, the young father says that the two of them are not very happy with each other after he had tried to undo her hair but she just was not having it.
As a result, @Bonisile_RMS who also fondly calls himself, "Mihla's Dad", decided that the only thing left to do was take a cute selfie. And after finding that even though both of them appear quite grumpy - the snap was too cute for word.
"You can't tell but we are fighting. She won't let me finish undoing her hair," he wrote in the very cute and very funny Twitter post.
Locals, who have been watching Bonisile take on his role as a father with a lot of confidence and love, enjoyed seeing him post yet another adorable moment from his incredible parenthood journey and were soon in the comment section swooning over baby Mihla.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Girls and undoing hair ke stress! The way this one fights before we can start yeyyyi"
"What a beautiful wholesome baby!"
"Aww, how cute!"
In other adorable Briefly News reports, a stunning baby girl with rare piercing green eyes has Mzansi's ovaries screaming. Twitter user @Ssentongopeter5 took to social media to share a beautiful clip of the angelic infant seen dressed in a pretty white gown and wearing a cute floral headband, all the while Beyonce's Halo plays in the background.
The user definitely captioned the post accurately, writing:
"Best video you might see today."
Tweeps were mesmerised by the charming toddler's radiant beauty and couldn't help reacting to the bewitching little girl.
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