I’m pretty sure you’ve done this at least once in your life.
You’re talking on the phone with your girlfriend when you suddenly panic and say, “Dear, I got to go. I forgot where I put my phone.”
Sometimes, very rarely, your girlfriend might go, “Oh, no. Okay, go find your phone. Faster. If not, how can we talk on the phone?!”
Now, while it sounds like something out of a sitcom, it happens to everyone.
Even a dad who’s bringing his toddler out.
Forgetful Dad Panics When He Sees Baby Missing From Pram, Realises Later That It’s Strapped To His Body
In a viral video clip that was shared online, a dad was absentmindedly rolling a pram back and forth while looking at his phone.
Suddenly, he looked down into the pram and realises that his kid wasn’t in it.
He started to turn in circles, wondering where his precious child went.
It was only a few seconds later that he realised that the kid was strapped to his front.
He even gave a few reassuring pats, seemingly thankful that the baby was safe and sound.
I’m pretty sure that if I was the kid, I’ll be going, dadddddd.
You can watch the full hilarious video below:
Posted by 許佳盈 on Monday, 14 September 2020
Kids Need To Be Looked After
No matter which country you’re from, or whether you believe in Asian parenting or the more laxed westernised one, there’s one thing we can all agree on.
Kids need constant supervision.
A supermom in Cambodia was busy with her phone and let go of her child’s hand.
The next moment, everything went to hell when the kid fell through an empty space which he had seemingly thought was a pane of glass.
Luckily, it seems that the mother was still paying attention to the child, no matter how occupied she was with her phone, and jumped forward in time to save him…
…while not letting her phone drop onto the ground.
You can watch the awe-inspiring catch here:
So kudos to the dad who thought he lost his baby because he has proven that no matter how busy he was, the baby’s still on his mind. Somewhat.
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