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Father gives toddler a fake roller-coaster ride

Internet say 'love it'

Team Udayavani, Jan 21, 2020, 5:29 PM IST

The sound of a baby’s laugh is the most adorable thing in the world for parents. They have to keep coming up with innovative ways to make their little ones smile.

A recent video of a father picking up and shaking his daughter’s walker as if she was on a roller-coaster in order to make her smile has the internet giving him the best dad award.

Twitter user, NancyGza shared the adorable video with the caption, “When you are not old enough to get on a roller-coaster.”

The 55-second video shows a toddler Nicole in her walker when her father picks her up in front of a huge television that has a roller-coaster path on it.

Nicole’s father starts shaking her walker lightly to give her a feeling as though she is on the roller-coaster. The smile and the excited shrieks are the best part of the video.

After the cute video was shared on Twitter, it went viral garnering over 3.6 million views and over 368.3 k likes.

Have a look at the comments received for this video.

Credit: India Today

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