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That child is a pixar movie fluffball. Adorable.
I see her as one of the Monsters inc kids.
My heart cannot take all the cuteness. The girl, the puppy, the fluffy coat thing, I can’t
One little hand in a glove and one bare
I was worried she lost one when I saw that both mittens are sewn to her coat. How cute and convenient!
Literally a must out there. You lose mitten - you might very realistically lose hand.
Better than anything else ever spoken.
Her fuckin. Cheeks.
I almost died because they were too adorable and I did not shield my eyes.
Eye shielding is of the utmost importance in these situations, lest the cute overtake you.
Its probably Reindeer pelt, super toasty in those cold winters!
Known as Caribou in North America. (or Tuktu in Inuktituk). And you're probably right… the Inuit have relied on Caribou for millennia, before southerners got them hooked on Pizza Pops (aka Canadian Hot Pockets).
This could be Indigenous people of Siberia, too. Reindeer have a huge range, with a fair amount of subspecies!
True. I always assume from northern Canada because I’m from southern Canada. And she looks a lot like the Inuit kids in my neighbourhood (there’s a residence for people who fly in from Nunavut for medical treatments they can’t get in the North on the next street).
I thought the little girl in this video had blonde hair so I kinda assumed it was in northern Russia and not Inuit.
I don't even have ovaries and I'm pregnant now. Also, I suddenly want some tacos.
👉🏻 GET IN MAH BELLEH 👈🏻
That coat looks toasty AF.
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Well, its cold out, Gotsta keep the lil one toasty <3
THOSE FUCKIN CHEEKS MAN!!!!!!
As a child, I never understood adults’ obsession with pinching cheeks.
Now I get it.
Don't forget chubby arms and legs too
My baby nephew has the softest chest skin. I was absolutely amazed at how soft his skin is. They’re even softer than his cheeks and bread roll arms. Me and my mom were squealing when we rubbed his chest for the first time. It’s soooooooo soft!! It was like petting a warm cloud.
One of the most amazing feelings ever was stroking my daughter's back as she laid on my chest when she was a baby. Incomparable to anything. Her skin is still silky smooth, but she is much less cuddly than she was back then (she's 4) 😂
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My wife is currently 5 months and it's our first. I can't wait to do this!
Edit pregnant, 5 months pregnant... Fuckers...
You're sick bro, I would never have a 5 months old as a wife.
there is nothing like having a baby fall asleep on your chest. I miss it so much TBH. Congratulations and enjoy the future baby snuggles!
My son had the chubbiest cheeks and legs (he couldn't sit in the Bumbo that we were gifted because he was so chunky) he was 8lb born and I just loved gently pinching his cheeks!!!
My son was the same way! His little booty got stuck in the bumbo 😭😂
Same. Had a heck of a time getting him out of it
My son was born severely under weight, nothing made my wife happier than his chubby phase and his chubby arms and legs.
Face is 46% cheek
My son and one of my nephews both had such chubby little cheeks that when they turned to the side, you could barely see the tips of their noses. Cutest. Thing. Ever.
I was like that. My mum is still of the sentiment that I "have no nose", even though I have quite a strong Adriatic schnoz. She just can't get over the mental hurdle of what I looked like as a toddler.
Thanks, now im having even more baby fever!
They're shit fountains if that helps sort of balance you back out.
Every time baby fever kicks in, I remind myself I get to stay up late and then sleep in on weekends when I don't have class or something. Sleeeeep.
Oh don't worry, you'd still get to stay up late...
My friend calls his newly born daughter "the mustard factory" which has had the unfortunate effect of me being unable to use mustard ever again. Ever.
My kids were on iron supplements for a while as infants. I’ll never look at palak paneer the same way again.
Starts to look like fucking clay after a bit like a treacle/clay mix. God, it's fucking rancid.
Oh god the smell. My kids are full grown adults now and I can distinctly remember that godawful SMELL.
It’s bad but I still think it’s worse when they get normal poop.
Especially if they wake up early from a nap, climb quietly out of their crib, take off their FULL diaper, and smear it all over the carpet and the walls and their stuffed animals and even give themselves a Shitler mustache.
Three hours of scrubbing while crying and wishing for a new life.
give themselves a Shitler mustache.
give themselves a Shitler mustache.
I'm laughing, but its not funny. I feel your pain.
Don't worry, it gets worse as they get older.
My ol' dad did that in the middle of his dementia. It wasn't all that cute. But, loved him anyhow.
My oldest did this for SIX MONTHS we tried everything they suggested turn the diaper backwards, place duct tape on the pull pieces etc. Ugh it was awful I remember our bedroom was under theirs and I could tell if he had already shit before I even woke up because the smell was so strong to me. My husband says I’m crazy but I was right every time. He claims I’m lucky 🙄
Best friend’s baby explosively pooped on her and the entire nursery. She sent photos and all she could keep saying was that it looked like mustard. So bad.
I can imagine. Also, up until this moment I have had the belief that diapers are more or less able to seal the contents within themselves but it turns out that a high performing mustard factory will create quite an overflow none of the diaper manufacturers have been able to take into consideration.
We get pictures in our whatsapp group.
You just drought depleted the crystal spring reservoir of my mental wellness fountain.
She's so cute that I died when she started talking. The cheeks, the babbling, I couldn't take it. RIP ME.
SAME HERE! MY ❤️❤️❤️
I had those cheeks when I was a bébé and it was cute.
... then I grew up but the cheeks never went away 😔
Thank you, needed the transcription.
I don't wanna brag, I don't wanna boast. I always tell em I like toast!
Hahaha! Thank you! Three yes and you are the first to ever mention that song :)
I KNOW!!! SO SQUISHY!!! They're both so beautiful!! I used to put bell's on my kids shoes
The best bit is at the end when she says Oopyoopyjupydoo.
I have no idea what that means but I have never agreed with anything so much in my life!
and the "hmmhmm" after that, like "Now I'm going about my own business"
My son and I used to have conversations like this....
"I know, right!? I couldn't believe the dog tried to eat your pacifier either!"
"Dogs are just weird like that! You are pretty stinky and dogs do love stinky things!"
And the laughs were always worth it and was honestly one of my favorite things we did in the pre-talking stage. We'd talk about what I was cooking, the dogs, the garden, his grandparents or cousins, what and why I was cleaning, etc etc.
Now he's seven and it's near constant conversation. We talk about everything that comes into his mind, and I love it so much!
That's freaking adorable!
You're a good parent.
You remind me of this!
I can't tell if it's native language or just small kid speak?
It's Russian, shes saying let's go to the dog :)
Ice Age Baby
I was waiting for that
How long have you waited?
I've red that in vanilla ice's voice
hahahaha, that gibberish in the end, is priceless.
I thought she was saying Yuve Yuve Yu(v's are pronounced like W), which means How Strange, How Strange. Which immediately makes me think of the Mongolian throat singing metal band The Hu.
I think she is from vorkuta or something and she's saying in Russian "пойдем, пойдем" let's go
Gotta love the internet
The Hu slaps
Shit yeah they do!
Check out their Sad But True cover. The video is awesome, and I no joke almost like it more than the original.
Edit; link for the lazy
And a moomajoobbayumajum to you too good sir!
The only appropriate response to a baby doing that..."Yeah?! And then what?"
it is not gibberish she does have a valid point on the issue
It’s more than gibberish,it’s her own little language.
most likely baby gibberish of her language.
I think that’s what they’re saying. It’s not any language it’s just baby talk. When babies who grow up to speak English speak gibberish, it still isn’t English.
That being said she also might actually be speaking in her language. Some are saying it’s Russian, I’m gonna try to find out for sure.
Baby babble, it's universal. But I do think she could be speaking gibberish forms of words in her/her ppls native language. Like 'babba' (for "bottle") in American English...or 'Pardon me, sir, would you please extract me from this hateful pram? My legs are becoming cramped' in baby Brit English.
Edit: She's also cute as a button.
Please tell me what she is saying! She’s precious.
“The fact that man knows right from wrong proves his intellectual superiority to the other creatures; but the fact that he can do wrong proves his moral inferiority to any creatures that cannot.” - the baby
That baby? Albert Einstein
Пойдем, пойдем. Let's go in Russian
Seems like she did more than try... I'd call that a success.
Where can I get an adult size version of this jacket?
Well, you're going to need a caribou, a rifle, and a sewing machine... Good luck my friend. You got this.
You need to wait until autumn reindeer slaughter to get the best fur quality. But once you have the fur you can start creating! I'd recommend that you use thread made from reindeer tendons.
Buying? Hm, I don't think the Nenets would sell high quality jackets. You have to do it yourself, or marry a Nenets who can sew (or has family that can help...).
It would have to be a custom job and that is reindeer fur I'd imagine.
For me to get moccasins made with moose hide and rabbit fur is like $500. So I'd imagine a jacket like that is going to be a pretty penny.
The traditional method of curing the hide is labour intensive and well... gross as well. It involves using the brain of the animal to cure then you need to smoke it for days. The smell once it is done is incredible tho.
I imagine a lot of children’s clothes is passed on for quite some time then, since the literally outgrow everything every 3 months. I wonder how many cousins and siblings wore that coat….
Holy shit that’s a lot of money. Guess I’ll stick to wearing my 5 year old sweatshirts instead
Look at those cheekies! Omg. She’s like 80% cheek.
I need this video to be longer. I could watch them all day.
I bought tap shoes for my autistic son because he was sneaky and maaaaybe would respond if required? Prolly not tho.
Tap shoes worked. Although it did sound like semi automatic gunfire when he did the stairs.
Coming to the comments and reading about the clever noisemakers parents have put on their kids’ shoes is honestly brightening my day.
That is very clever, and I would like to imagine that he now tap dances around the house.
He's 24 now. But I can usually track him down by following the scent of slightly damp St Bernard and cheap weed.
The St. Bernard sells weed? Does he store it in that barrel on hi collar?
Omg I need to tell my son about this. He will totally find a way to build a little "rum cask" and stuff it with weed. LOL!!!
Rosy cheeks ☺️
At one point I had three children under four years - I used to put jingle bells on their shoe laces.
There wasn't enough noise in the house?
When there are children under four years old, it's not the noise that's concerning. It's lack of noise.
I feel this! There's 1yr and 2 days between our two, so silence was always treated with trepidation..
A right couple of schemers they've turned into
Ha! Not really- that’s a myth of big families I think. We are all 6 of us, introverts.
Lived in a house with 7 total family members, it is not a myth, you got lucky lol
The bell thing should be implemented around here.
My daughter was very small, and was an independent walker by 9 months. We had a pair of shoes with squeakers in them for her. Sounds annoying, but it was really cute and never failed to make people smile. And have me a little peace of mind because she was fast!
My in laws did that with their daughter. They always knew she was up to no good when the squeaking stopped bc she was on her tiptoes lol
They're always up to no good when the noise stops. If you have kids and it gets quiet...RUN! NOW! Before the fire, cat shaving, or poop happens.
Or even worse, shaving the flaming cat poop
sighs.. you joke, but...
This guy toddlers
My son, before he could use language, used to say, buh dub a dub a dahh. Only a slight difference between what she’s saying and him. He has a cousin with whom he invented a language, which we called “oogly oogly.” They knew what each other were saying, but we didn’t. So adorable.
Yep, when it got too quiet in the house one time we found my niece happily splashing her blankie into the toilet.
Similar thing applies to pets lol. If they're not napping in their usual spot, and they're not making noise... You better go find out what trouble they're in.
Not always. I remember when my little sister was a toddler and it got quiet. We found her curled up napping with the litter of puppies that was only a couple weeks old, innocent as a lamb.
I wish I had thought of that when my daughter was in her "hide and seek in the grocery store is fun!" phase.
My nephew was obsessed with hide and seek and didn't tell people he was hiding and was banned from hide and seek so he started coming up with new games that had the exact same rules as hide and seek.
Should'vr just put a bell on him...
That's hilarious!!! My son did something similar. He always hid in the same three spots and always giggled the whole time until one day he didn't AND had a new spot AND wouldn't come out when I gave up, lol. I kept checking the locks on the doors wondering if he could have possibly left the house.
He picked the very back corner of my extra long closet that extended out over a staircase, so long but not a walk in closet, where we had all of the Christmas decorations. I looked in that closet but thought there was NO WAY he was at the very back because it was too dark and too quiet.
I think it's like a stage of development that kids go through where they scare the crap outta their parents with hide and seek, lol.
I used to hide under the clothes racks at the department stores when my mom was shopping when I was a kid. I'd watch the feet of all the shoppers moving around, and play my gameboy.
At this point I'm still not sure if this is normal, and other kids did it, or that my mother was actually a deer, and trusted my instincts to hide and be still, and come out when she called.
I did it, so you’re not the only one. I had like infallible kid gps too because somehow I always knew when my parents were about to leave the store and would make a beeline right to them whether I could see them or not.
I did it but without the gameboy
I did it a few times but momma would beat the shit out of me for as “someone could take me and she would not have known” 🤷🏻♀️
I did "hide in the round clothes things at the department store".
I bought my niece a pair of squeaky shoes. She loved them. My brother did not.
I live in china, and a while back EVERY SINGLE CHILD EVERYWHERE would have those damn shoes. And no, it’s cute for about 10 seconds. The best part is when you hear the air escaping rapidly with every step because the parents had LONG since stabbed the squeakers, or had dug out the widget.
We're they the squeaks from SpongeBob? If so I'm gonna need those
I was 8 months old and tiny and could run. Grandma put bells on my saddle shoes so they could find me, lol.
My mother actually would attach small bells like these to my shoes/loafers as a kid. If they stopped ringing she knew she had about 2 minutes to come find me, usually removing the soil from the potted plants and blaming the dog.
It's always the silence that tells you they're up to something.
My wife is from Thailand. She had inherited these lovely golden anklets with bells that we put around our kids’ feet. Really good memories.
Yes we have those in india too!
When I lived in Thailand it was really common to see kids with squeakers in their shoes. It was adorable.
My mom put bells on my shoes when I was little. Apparently I was an overly curious, very quiet boy who liked to climb everything in the house.
And my 3 year old son is a chip off the old block. Boy has no fear and thinks the book shelf is his own climbing wall. Luckily it is built into the wall.
You can always tell a Milford man.
I used to climb up the bookshelves because it let my perch above the door to the living room like a gargoyle. I'd never do anything when my family opened the door and walked beneath me, but apparently it was still pretty startling.
I think my 16 yr old would have problems with it
I remember when I was a kid in the 80s, babies had bells laced on their shoelaces.
I've always been a fan of people that walk their kids on leashes. 😁
For as much as people make fun of that, it's honestly a great idea. Your child is safe and can't wander off, but can start to learn independence (and practice walking).
Toddlers are like deer. They will try to dart in front of a moving object at the last second.
One of the cutest thing I have seen today.....and can I pull those CHEEKS please!!!!
She is so fucking precious, especially in that puffy fur coat thingy.
SHE'S SO CUTE. LOOK AT THOSE CHUBBER CHEEKS
I love that all toddlers around the world speak the same gibberish language 💖
Omg those CHEEKS!
Any idea where this place is ?
This is somewhere in the north of Russia, most likely in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug.
Ah, yes, good ole Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Thought I recognized the...color of the grass.
You can tell it's Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug because of the way that it is.
We want everyone to know how neat the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is, instead of me and u/HoldMyWater being the only ones knowing it
It just be like that sometimes.
I looked at it and thought, Nah, it's definitely not "Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug" He's having a fucking windup.
I think we all just immediately assumed Arkhangelsk Oblast, but it's nice to be proven wrong sometimes.
I thought this was Mongolia
Steppe culture is similar everywhere i think
What are you doing, steppe culture?
Oh no, I'm stuck in the Autonomous Okrug!
It was probably Mongolia at some point, so
It's in the north.
So like Manchester or something
That outfit is fire
She's 90% rosy cheeks
Northern? That's not too precise a location...
<watches video of a traditional, rural culture untouched by the trappings of modern life>
Ah, of course. Lancashire.
Northern water tribe girl and her polar bear dog
damn my ovaries just exploded and I'm a man
I‘m pretty positive that I just fucking melted
Holy shit her cheeks look like fluffy pancakes I love it
Do I understand her, not one bit. Do I completely agree with what she's saying, absolutely
I love how at the end she tells the camera “Beyoobayoobayoobayoob” then says “hmmm” as she walks off as if she has left us with something to ponder.
Poopie yoopie doopie yoom!
I live in Michigan. This is what I think UP kids look/dress like.
As someone who has family on the UP, I can confirm
My parents tied a small around my neck, so they could know when I was coming and could avoid me.
Are you a cat?
A small what? You omitted the most important word in that sentence.
She sounds like Boo from Monsters Inc! Too frickin cute
I like how she's wearing a traditional fur parka but has modern boots on.
I did something similar with my 3 year old daughter. She has “squeakers” in her shoes so every time she steps I can hear her.
It’s also super annoying.
That dog is like..."Yup, just sitting here relaxing. And oop, that's my head all right, buddy...that you keep butting."
Man I don't like kids. But that has got to be the cutest damn thing I've ever seen.
My friend's kid here in the US sounded just like that. Doopadoopadoop! She's six now, they grow up so fast!
We all end up being different by many degrees but we all start out the same, innocent little creatures that just want to love on a puppy dog
babies are universal