- Two babies have been at the centre of a discussion that points to the fact that kids understand each other
- In a very cute short video, the older of the duo told the other that it is okay as the younger one cried loudly
- The brother went ahead and gently asked his baby sister to take a deep breath as a way to calm her nerves
A baby brother has shown empathy and became a perfect example of how humans should be towards each other.
In a viral video, the toddler calms his sister down in a funny but effective manner that delivered a good result.
As babies are wont to do whenever they need attention or in need of something, the baby whined nonstop until her brother stepped in.
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The older brother told his crying sibling to calm down and take a deep breath, showing her how to breathe in properly, and that soothed the baby.
Watch the clip below:
The short video which has been watched over 600,000 on YouTube drew various comments from people.
Below are some of the reactions:
Blue Sea said:
"I’m gonna take his advice 'it’s ok, take a deep breath'."
Siham Dini said:
"People say parents don’t understand kids but kids understand each other."
mica onyx said:
"It's sad that a small child that's little more than a baby himself knows how to do deep breathing to calm down. He could teach a lot of adults this method. He's too cute and is a great big brother."
Linda Waldron said:
"I am sure that with all the hardships in 2020, we all need a little therapist like that cutie. We all just need to take a 'deep breath' because 'it's ok'."
Serena Peltonen said:
"Here we have a rare moment of siblings being adorable. I say rare because my sister literally burst into my room with a bloody clown costume on today. I'm fine."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another kid expressed undiluted joy at completing a task in some game of boxes. In a video that went viral, the kid placed cube-like boxes on each other while ensuring none fell.
After every successful placement, the baby would move a bit away from them to assess what he has just done.
At a time when it seemed the whole pyramid he has built would come crashing down, the baby went ahead, stretched on his toes, and got another box up.
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