Baby Melts When Parents Start Singing In The Car
How amazing is this? These loving parents sing Matisyahu's "One Day" with their baby in their arms, as their honored audience. This is too precious! It looks like their baby is enjoying every single moment of the A Capella version they are singing!
At first, the mother starts singing and she sounds amazing, then her husband adds in the harmony and it sounds so professional! This is so cool, they definitely have lots of talent. We think they need to audition for a talent show, wouldn't that be awesome to see them on stage? And definitely with the babe in a wrap like she is right now because her reactions will take the whole performance up a notch!
Their little baby is so cute and looks so well behaved. She just sits there, in her mother’s lap and just enjoys the moment being witnessed in front of her eyes! She has her eyes wide open and is soaking up every moment! Not all our parents can sing together in perfect harmonies like her mama and papa!
The father even adds in beatboxing, which comes as a great addition to the song. The smile on the baby's face is priceless.
When on the topic of parents and their new babies, take a look at another heart-throbbing video, where baby with Albinism sees mother clearly for the first time.
A baby being able to see his parents properly for the first time in his life is a moment that melts your heart. Seeing means he can experience and learn new things. It means he can communicate much easier and point the things he likes.
A video has emerged from the US of a baby’s reaction to seeing his mother for the first time. The footage, captured in Warren County, IA, shows three-month-old Everett - who has a rare disorder called Oculocutaneous Albinism which affects his vision - giggling as he sees his mother with the help of a new pair of glasses. He is one cutie pie who gets very emotional when he clearly sees his mom for the very first time. This will fill your heart with joy. He was born with albinism meaning that he has no pigment in his skin and hair and has debilitating sight problems. He was given special prescription glasses to help him see.
''When our son Everett was two months old, we noticed he was not tracking objects or making direct eye contact, the filmer later wrote online. ''We visited with a pediatric ophthalmologist who suggested Everett has Occulocutaneous Albinism which means he lacks pigment in his eyes, skin and hair.''
The moment his mom puts the glasses on his face, Everett starts smiling at his parents. A super cute sight as he is able to see his parents properly for the first time. Wondering what on earth has happened, little Everett tries to say something in his baby language to work out what has changed.
His mom is asking him repeatedly if he likes his new glasses while Everett just beams back at them. He has a very cute reaction. He won’t stop smiling and babbling. Obviously, he can see his parents more clearly now and focus more easily in their faces.
''It is a rare disorder which seems to be misunderstood or not widely known about, but people with albinism can do anything everyone else can do. They just need some help with vision and protection from the sun.'' ''Our son is doing extremely well with his glasses so far,'' she added.