- @YozaMnyanda had thousands of South Africans wishing they had a baby after she shared an adorable clip of her little one
- The woman's baby girl is still a toddler but she is already learning another language - sign language
- People have viewed the clip thousands of times on the social media platform
Twitter User @YozaMnyanda shared an adorable video of her little one learning sign language. @YozaMnyanda asked her toddler a few questions and her baby girl responded with the sign for it.
@YozaMnyanda's video is just over a minute long but had many peeps captivated from start to end. At one point, her little girl gets a bit distracted but @YozaMnyanda quickly gets her attention back as she continues to provide the signs for certain words.
The clip has gained over 106,000 views on the bird app with Saffa tweeps asking for more videos in the replies section.
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Take a look at @YozaMnyanda's video below:
Below are just a few responses from tweeps:
"I’d give her my entire salary."
"NOOOOOOOOOO I'm gonna pass out from all this cuteness. She's soo smart."
"Best thing I've seen today. Look at those adorable cheeks."
@kwagga_1 responded with:
"Goodness she is beautiful... Aawwwww she is so precious... Cutie pie."
"How do I like this 10 thousand million times?"
@pumezamdangayi also said:
"Beautiful name and a beautiful baby. Love everything about this video."
"This is so beautiful to watch hey. Love it. Thanks for sharing."
@HeyHlengi tweeted in response to the video:
"Loveliest thing I've seen today."
"Look at those cheeks and that crown."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a father with the Twitter handle @TeflonBron shared a very lovely video of what his little daughter did when her mum came home.
The clip which has been seen over 800,000 times on Twitter only goes to show how innocent a kid's reactions are.
@TeflonBron who posted the clip in response to a tweet asking tweeps to share what makes them happy said the kid's reactions are priceless.