Adorable Little Color Guard Performs Routine From Sidelines

Published December 7, 2015 1,486,785 Plays $3,551.60 earned

Rumble / Babies & KidsYou know why we are always excited about baby videos? Because it is always a thrill to see what these tiny humans have in store for us! You can never predict what they will do, and that is so exciting! Like this video at the top of the page, for example.

The first few milestones in a baby’s life are huge for the parents and of course, they want to capture it all on camera, for posterity. It seems like in the “old days", when there were tapes and people had to plan carefully what they were going to record to keep or not, there were far bigger chance that you will actually capture the good stuff right on time. As parents, people feel like in the future this will be very cherished moments, and for the most part, they are right. This is one of those videos, we can promise you that.

Today, in the digital world, we can capture and record stuff to our heart’s content, but to little avail. Good thing we don’t have to keep those videos permanently, so we delete the stuff we do not like and try, try again.

When we were kids, there was always something that fascinated us and we wanted to do that something for the rest of our lives. For most kids it was to be a firefighter or a police officer, but for this little boy here that does not seem to be the case! 3-year-old Maximus fell in love with the local high school color guard. He attended all of their practices, learned the routine and got to perform with them at the last football game! Great job Maximus! This is one unforgettable moment that you are not going to want to miss!

Isn't this kid just adorable? It is amazing that he knows that whole routine and is only just 3 years-old! When most kids were 3 years-old they were playing with dolls, action figures or cars, but not Maximus! He just wanted to be a part of the high school color guard! Good for him! You cannot help but smile as Maximus does this whole routine because as funny as he might look doing it, he is very good at it! He knows just when to move and when to wave that flag. He is very brave for doing his routine in front of all those people! Maximus sets a great example for all of us to follow You are never too young or too old to do what you love!


  • Andrewbibona, 3 years ago

    That boy is not 3 years old. A very small older toddler which is still very impressive but a 3 year old does not have the compatability to learn that many steps and have that level of hand-eye coordination.

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