Think back to their first meeting. It was a first day, but a unique one. There is a similar bond that siblings share.
A childlike perspective on the world is a fascinating place. They enjoy life without the stress, worry and responsibility that life brings. “What a wonderful world I have.”
A sweet video of a little boy went viral, not only because he refreshed the innocence of his touch, but also because of the behavior of his newborn little sister. In the video, a little boy takes his little sister in his arms for the first time and comes up with the idea of singing her a song. The song was written by Bob Thiele and George David Weiss and premiered by Louis Armstrong in 1967.
The clip was posted on the subreddit r / humansbeingbros, which describes itself as a place to share videos, GIFs and pictures of people who are total bros, and this little boy is a bro in the best possible way. It’s not the big concert hall version of the song, but to see a little boy looking at his little sister in his tiny arms and singing the song to her is heartwarming. People who commented on the video were convinced that she was looking at her brother in a very small, processed moment and smiling at him.
Certainly, it looks as though the two will have to form a lifelong bond. It seems the baby is really engaged to his older brother. If you cannot convince me of this, be persistent. Who knows, maybe the boy and his little sister are connected at this moment.
The boy is not the only big brother to sing to a sibling that went viral. In August 2019, a woman called Parker Rose shared a heartbreaking video showing her son singing Beyonce’s “Brown Skin Girl” to his little sister. Sibling relationships can sometimes be the hardest, but parents who record these heartwarming videos are able to share precious and loving moments from their children’s lives. This can be particularly helpful during their teenage years.
The video has illuminated the days of tens of thousands of people, many of whom shed tears. I’ve had so many years of bickering and I’m sorry for what comes next. They all gasp in awe and shed tears. “This is special and I love it,” said one person in the comments.