- A kid who did not want to be disturbed placed her chair on the house's centre table where her sibling could not reach her
- Many who reacted to the video of the kid watching cartoon said their kids also put their chairs in precarious places at home
- In the clip, the girl's sibling crawled on the floor as she stayed way up to watch the SpongeBob SquarePants series
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A young kid in a video has stirred reactions after she tried her best to have an amazing time with the TV while staying out of her sibling's way.
In a video that was shared by @saintavenue_ent1 on Instagram, the kid placed a chair on their centre table and sat there to watch her cartoon program.
Away from her sibling
While sitting up there, her toddler sibling was spotted going around on the floor. The baby could not reach her at that moment.
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Many people who reacted to the video said that second-born problems are often too much.
Watch the clip below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Is that how y’all see us oh I was worse I won’t even pray to have a child like me tho I don’t mind havin an adult like me but not as a kid, hell NO."
"The baby has want to frustrate her life finish."
"My brothers and sisters I feel say na only my house he dey happen."
"We second born are cool people. I must confess, we're very troublesome, but the adult us is amazing."
"Accurate. If you see mine lasan na shout I dey shout everyday baby Ur eyes she went answer oo."
"Kai this children ehen."
"My baby na on top of bed she dey always put am."
"My daughter did exactly this last night...."
"This is bad for her eyes tho."
Kid danced and showed off zazu moves
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young child surprised people at a party and many just could not take their eyes off her as she entertained them.
With a cup that looks like ice cream in her hand, the baby showed off moves she could have only learnt from the TV or adults around her.
In a video reshared by Tunde Ednut, the baby showed off zazu virus dance moves popularised by Portable.
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