- A baby has got many people on Twitter talking about her acrobatic show of strength
- Many knocked her parents hard for allowing the kid to stay in such a dangerous position
- Some tweeps, however, were amazed at the baby's stunt, calling her a future sportswoman
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One of the reasons parenting could be a tough job is the inability to leave anything to chance when monitoring a kid.
A baby has got many people's hearts up as she delicately made some acrobatic moves at the edge of her bed.
To make the acrobatic display, the baby climbed on her bed as a song played in the background. While some people were wowed by the kid's flexibility, others expressed concerns that the girl could easily fall off.
Standing on the bed's handrail, the kid held on to an overhead pole and contoured her whole body upside down, touching the upper bar with her legs.
As at the time of writing this report, the video has 11,000 views with lots of comments and quoted replies.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the post's reactions:
"Why would somebody make a video of that instead of making sure the baby won't fall on its HEAD?"
"Trust me, that baby has fallen more times to achieve that. Falling is not the problem!!"
"Becoming spider girl."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a kid rocked to Little Richard's Good Golly, Miss Molly and got many Twitter users praising her dance steps.
In a video that has gathered thousands of views, the baby made amazing moves to the 1958 rock hit song.
The most amazing moment in the clip was when the kid got all caught up in the song as she acted as if her hand had assumed a life of its own to the sweet tunes.
She radiated pure joy during her amazing performance to Good Golly, Miss Molly, a song she seems to be very familiar with.
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