- A clip of two adorable babies being given sweets by their parents and told not to eat them has gone viral online
- In the clip, the little boys communicate with each other without saying anything as they agree to eat the candy
- Peeps lived for the sweet clip and shared their favourite moments from the 51-second video online with hilarious captions
An absolutely adorable video of two brothers being given candy has the world screaming out, "Awww!" In the viral 51-second clip, the kids' dad gives them a few sweets each and tells them not to eat them until he and their mom get back.
They were mischievous
As soon as the parents leave, the little boy on the left gives his brother a sneaky grin before they both nod and do a little happy dance. They then grab the sweets and start shovelling them down before their parents get back.
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The telepathic communication between the two cuties is so sweet. Social media users cropped the clip to show their favourite parts of the brothers' silent communication.
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"That was cute, but this lil dude in the beanie is going to be a problem!"
"The one with the Levi's hat wasn't going to obey at all. Peep the way he influenced his bro by stretching out his hand, even ate more than one."
"The eye contact and little dances sent me."
"The one in the beenie already had his mind made up."
@makeupbyjoxlyn responded with:
"The slow turn, smile and head nod let me know it was over for the gummies."
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"The baby with the hat is definitely the mastermind…"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady in the UK, Funmilayo Ademoye, revealed how the way she carried her baby amazed five oyinbo people.
In a post on Facebook, she said when she backed her baby, five oyinbos including daddies said they would be bringing their fabrics the next day so that she can teach them. They called it “wearing babies”.
Funmilayo revealed that carrying babies on one’s back is far better than using a baby carrier, saying that the latter has been a burden to her neck.