- A mother and father shared a video of their baby and the way she was addressing her mother with "baby girl"
- The baby's dramatic expression as she stood in front of her mother with hands folded made her look very cute
- Many people on TikTok who were amazed by it all said that they could not get over the baby's cuteness
A short video of a baby shared by her parents on TikTok has got people praising how very beautiful she is.
In the clip, the baby said: "Hi mummy" and her mother responded with "Hi baby girl". Endeared with what her mother said, she started calling the woman "baby girl".
The baby infused liveliness into each pronunciation of "Hi baby girl" she said. At the end of the video, she walked away funnily. Many people said that the kid looks lovely.
Watch the video below:
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Netizens are wowed by the little cutie
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 2 million views with more than 13,000 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Christina Kween Ellis said:
"Omg!! She speaks so clear and angelic, Chills!"
"Awwww She articulate so well, such a beauty."
"What a sweetie. You know she can't do nothing wrong...if she did, she didn't."
"Awhhh her little voice 'hi bay bay gurl'."
"her voice needs to be a talking doll. #perfect."
"She speaks perfectly, how old is she??"
Queen Lotus said:
"I already have 3 kids. I already have 3 kids. I already have 3 kids."
"She’s SO cute omg."
"That is just a giant ray of sunshine! What a pure innocent joy."
Man sprays money on his newborn baby
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man who is very happy to be a father went to the hospital and used his wealth to show his joy.
The man brought out a bunch of brand new N500 notes and started spraying them at the feet of his new baby in a TikTok video.
His wife who just gave birth was on her hospital bed resting as the show went on. The happy father took his time placing the new notes after each other while looking at the camera.