- A proud mother recently headed online to share a heartwarming clip of her son performing his big brother duties
- In the clip, the little brother starts to throw a tantrum when the older brother helps him practice some soothing breathing techniques
- The internet absolutely loved the clip and soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the clip
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Big brothers are guardian angels sent to help both parents and their little siblings. A young mother proved this to be the case after she headed online to share an adorable clip of her older son performing his big brother duties seamlessly.
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In the clip that was shared by proud mom, @Ashleyoutloud, the older brother can be seen calming down his little brother who was on the verge of a tantrum by helping him practice some soothing breathing techniques.
"My four-year-old was about to have a whole tantrum and my 6 years old helped him manage his breathing so he could calm down... I’d say I’m doing freaking alright," she proudly captioned the heartwarming clip.
Social media users went to the comment section sharing their thoughts on the cute clip. Read some of their thoughts below:
@naidotnyc jokingly asked:
"Is he taking clients? Because I think I need this."
"You’re doing a brilliant job now this is how you raise black children instead of the unnecessary a'ss whoppings."
"this is amazing... but the whippings my moms gave me were very necessary... them whippings saved my life."
"I am booking him too if he is taking clients."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that at five years old, Kodjoe Mwobie can write the alphabet in English, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, German, and Korean
He once went on holiday in Limuru and when the family came back home he wrote the number-plates for over 10 cars that were in the parking lot
His parents' biggest question is their ability to successfully nurture his talent financially, intellectually and with the facilities at their disposal
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