Video Shows Mum Using Sweet Trick to Teach Her Kid How to Walk, Video Stirs Reactions
- A video has shown the moment a woman used a creative system to make her kid walk around the house
- To help the boy's movement, she taped surfaces as a way to attract him towards them, and the baby followed suit
- Many people who celebrated the kid's move were happy with the way he rejoiced after he completed the walking task
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A mother has shared a video on TikTok showing how she has been teaching her 10-month-old baby how to walk.
To encourage the baby to make movements, the woman tore pieces of colourful tapes and attached them to surfaces to make him move towards them.
The kid was so excited to catch each piece as the mother kept taping more items in front of him until he got to where she wanted.
Many people were amazed by the woman's parenting skill as they shared their own parenting experiences.
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Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 1,000 comments with more than 300,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
B U277 said:
"Somebody is gonna have a great nap! Good job."
"They go teach him to clean the floor next."
"Not him sweating at the end."
"His little celebration at the end, so cute!"
"Lil man don’t know he’s putting in work
"Omggg what a sweetie pie !!! so cute."
"My son does this too but isn’t walking properly, he's 10months too."
"This is how I taught my son to walk I used sticker all around my living room."
Lady films kid looking at her
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady went online to share a video of a passenger's kid looking at her curiously while they were in a vehicle.
As all that was going on, the lady kept making funny faces back at the boy who kept stealing glances at her.
The child's mother did not know that her son was already "interacting" with a passenger at the back.