Dad ‘chatting’ with infant son about Tv show goes viral (Photo: Facebook\ Shanieke Pryor)
A viral video of a dad pretending to have a serious conversation with his infant son is here to present you the brighter side of the internet. The now viral video was shared by the mother, Shanieke Pryor, who seemingly looks like she was capturing the precious moment between a father and his son having a “conversation” about the TV show they had just watched. After all, it is not just everyday we get to see a gargling, infant baby being so serious about a Tv show.
The adorable clip which the mom shared on Facebook immediately racked up over 31 million. The video shows the dad attempting to talk to his son about the show’s finale as he jokingly asks, “Did you understand it though?” which the baby appears to indicate he did not.
The dad keeping up with conversation asks what the baby thinks will happen in the next episode to which the toddler makes wild gestures and gargles which the dad pretends to understand.
“That's what I was wondering because I don't know what they are going to do next season because they did some stuff this time.
“We think a lot alike’’ the dad adds.
This strong bonding of the baby and the son has, of course, not gone unnoticed among netzines who wasted no time quick to comment on the cute video.
"This is too cute! Love the fact that [they are] spending quality time together!"
Someone else said, "Cutest thing ever! I love this!"
“The conversation between that baby and his dad is the greatest thing I’ve seen all of 2019,” one person wrote on Twitter.
Another said: “That baby is lucky to have such a great engaged dad. This ‘conversation’ is so cute. These two are definitely bonding. I love it.”
Even celebrities such as Chris Evans who feel in love with the video took to Twitter with their verdicts, “I could’ve watched an hour of this'' the Captain America star tweeted.
I could’ve watched an hour of this https://t.co/T6YW5Gb7lz— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) June 5, 2019
The adorable video has since been viewed more than 54 million times and shared more than million times on Facebook.
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