- An unnamed baby has got many talking online as she attempted to drive her parent's car
- Not knowing her hand was on the horn, she honked it, a sound that jarred her
- Perplexed, she looked angrily at the person filming her
Babies have very cute expressions to things and the way they go about it with their pure innocence makes their reactions to mundane things almost priceless.
A video surfaced online recently of a baby who tried to start her parent's car with an attempt to drive it.
She did not expect the next thing that happened. @cctv_idiots captioned the video: "Baby ages 60 years in ten seconds", and that may just be the best description.
As the toddler fumbled with the car key trying to insert it into the start hole, not knowing her other hand was on the horn pad on the steering wheel, she honked it.
Almost immediately, she appeared shocked and she gave the person filming her a horrifying look. Her facial expression went from a baby trying new things out to the look of an older person who is so disgusted by bitter experience.
The person behind the camera, perhaps her mom, kept laughing all through as the baby looked on in utter surprise at what just happened.
Watch the video below:
Many who dropped comments on the post loved the mom's laughter.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a little baby 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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