One adorable toddler is proving there’s nothing quite like the unbreakable bond between father and son, even if it means sitting around talking nonsense, and if this viral video is anything to go by, it very often does.
Kingston Proy might only be a toddler, but he’s become an online sensation after his mum shared a video of him sharing all his thoughts and feelings to his dad, Deztin Pryor at their home in Clarksville, Tennessee.
Shanieke Pryor shared the video, which has since been viewed more than 11 million times, On Facebook, writing:
Only this child!! Having a full-fledged conversation with Daddy and Daddy is just as bad.
While the daddy and son duo watch the finale of a programme, Deztin asks his son ‘do you understand?’ and it seems like Kingston’s babble’s indicate he does not.
Despite the toddler speaking in a language only babies and parents can understand, his daddy responds to his noises saying ‘that’s exactly what I was thinking!’
‘That’s what I was wondering because I don’t know what they are going to do next season because they did some stuff this time,’ Deztin says as Kingston continues to make noises.
As Kingston gets more animated, his dad matches his enthusiasm, saying ‘like go somewhere else with that but don’t bring that over here.’
When the toddler continues to babble, his dad says to him ‘we think a lot alike,’ before they continue the rest of their discussion.
In the background, you can hear mummy giggling at the pair as they continue to discuss whatever TV programme is in front of them. Quite frankly, we’d be keen to find out exactly what show they were talking about.
The adorable video, which is enough to make anyone feel broody, was inundated with comments from viewers who were impressed with his communication development.
One person wrote ‘if you pay attention, this baby is holding a conversation! He is not mimicking,’ while another added ‘just lovely, a dad and boy speak their own language.’
If this video has confirmed anything, it’s that having a kid means you can talk absolute rubbish and get away with it, which sounds absolutely incredible.
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Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the LADbible Group team in 2017.