- An American mother has shared an adorable video of her son trying to keep himself busy during the quarantine
- Twitter user @jaylabrenae shared a 30-second clip of her son Braylon playing on a kids' bumper car in an attempt to keep himself away from boredom
- The clip has since gone viral with over 450,000 views from people all over the world
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many countries to go into lockdown. During this time, people from all over the world have come up with some creative ways to keep themselves busy and not allow boredom to take over.
From making music to cooking and baking, people have tried everything. In a recent video uploaded to social media, a United States mother showed her followers how her toddler is attempting to keep himself busy.
Twitter user @jaylabrenae shared a 30-second clip of her baby boy, Braylon, who can be seen spinning in circles on a kids' bumper car. Braylon starts in a comfortable position but slowly makes his way to the armrest of the toy.
Twitter users from all over the world took to the replies section under @jaylabrenae to share their reactions. The video has gained over 450,000 views.
"This kid is too cute. He did good holding out this long and still finding a way to entertain himself."
"I love him so much all the way to South Africa, Cape Town."
"Babies are so funny because they don’t know they’re funny."
"This is me during the last hour of the day while working from home."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a little baby has left many amazed as she trended on social media after she was caught on camera dancing to her mom’s bedtime lullaby.
The toddler’s mother, 27-year-old Chane Milner-Joseph, said that it is her routine to always sing to Chyla Rae before she sleeps.
When she discovered the 11-month-old baby was standing and dancing to her gentle lullaby, the woman was overjoyed.
“I lay Chyla in her cot, ready for bed and put on lullabies which I do every night but one day she decided to get up and start dancing,” she said.
Of her dancing nature, the woman added: “'She dances all the time. When she's eating, when I brush my teeth, if she hears a packet rustling, to her toys or any melodic sound.
“I wasn't surprised she dances a lot; she is such a happy little baby with such a big personality and character”
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