- An unidentified dad has shown a whole new level of parenting
- The man was captured in a video giving his baby a pacifier with his wife's mask on
- He giggles as the unsuspecting kid takes the item in a video that has gone viral
Parents no doubt can go to any reasonable length to ensure the best for their kids and some go as far as employing even the weirdest strategies to achieve their goals.
A yet-to-be-identified dad has caught the eye of many on social media with his unusual parenting skill.
In a video shared on Twitter by Scott Galloway, the dad put on a mask replica of his wife's face as he gives his kid a pacifier.
The man by doing that attempted to take on the form of the mother to ensure the unsuspecting child took the pacifier.
Marvelled by the success of his scheme, he gave a giggling look to the camera and went on to operate his phone while the child enjoyed the item from 'mummy.'
The video which has received over 31,000 views sparked mixed reactions from tweeps.
Many raised the alarm that if continued could harm the relationship between the child and the dad. Others found it rather hilarious.
Watch the video here:
"An affectless face actually does huge damage to the development of children. This isn’t good parenting. This is detrimental to the development of this child."
"As a stop gap measure, sure. Shouldn't do that too often, though, as babies rely on the mimic of their parents to regulate their emotions. They cannot yet differentiate between themselves and their parent.
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"If there is no feedback, it can harm their development after a while."
"That kids going to go insane."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a dad had gone viral after posting a cute video mimicking baby daughter.
Josh Hawkins decided to record his daughter while she was ‘milk drunk’ then shared the clips on social media to spread some joy. It then hit him that there could be a new twist to the hilarious clips and he immediately went to work.
Josh compiled a few clips of himself swaddled in a white sheet just like his child and copied each expression she made with her face.