- A video of a dad getting his daughter ready for school as he styled her hair has got people emotional on social media
- In the short clip that went viral, the father confidently carried out the task with relative ease and gentle touch
- Male tweeps said they would one day want to become dads and spend such quality time with their daughters
Parenting is hard work but some people make it look so much easy. The video of a dad making a great effort to ensure his daughter looks good has generated massive reactions on social media.
In a video posted by Twitter user @terex44, the father sat on the bed as he placed his daughter between his legs like mothers would do.
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With both hands, he got to work as he parted the girl's hair with masterly strokes that showed he must have been doing it for long.
After parting the girl's hair, he gently brushed the sides before packing the tail in a big ball.
Watch the beautiful video below:
As of the time of writing this report, the clip has gathered over 13,000 likes with 4,000 retweets. Below are some of the reactions:
"This is so cuteee."
"If i'm the one to choose, I'd prefer my first born to be a girl. My goodness!"
"Make i go learn hairdresser work ooo cos i must make hair for my daughter."
"This is definitely me."
"Awwn... So sweet."
"How did he figure out how to do this?"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a viral video showed a little girl saying goodbye to her grandparent amid tears.
In the clip shared by a Twitter handle @KimeeBe, a kid sat in the car as she waved her grandpa who stood outside the car she was in.
Both of them funnily threw kisses at each other as they repeatedly said "I got it", demonstrating catching something invisible.
After the goodbye, the girl sobbed, asking her mother if she is going to be seeing her grandpa soon, to which she replied:
"You are going to see him soon, I promise."
Source: Legit Nigeria