November 01, 2020
A glass of Fizz got saved instead of a young child when a grandma, without hesitation, grabbed a falling glass with both hands while leaving a young child to fall on the carpet.
Opinions stormed Twitter after the release of a video, which showed a grandma saving a glass of fizz instead of a youngster. The video stirred up thoughts on what they felt was either reflex or just priorities.
The tape showed that in a bid to reach out for the glass of fizz, the infant lost his grip and fell, but the grandma decided to save the cup of fizz first.
The video, which had over 9388 retweets, indicated different suggestions regarding the right form of action to have been taken by the grandma.
Some comments came as an attack while others viewed the video realistically; The video of approximately two minutes was termed as hilarious as a statement read:
"Am I a bad mum for laughing?"
Another who termed the short clip as funny commented "not for bubbles" which received two likes showing that some agreed with her comment.
A wise commentator tweeted that she saved the glass from falling on top of the baby, not the drink. He further stated that she was smart and proactive.
Cade seemed more interested in consuming the content of the red bowl than making cookies as he ate a handful of sugar
What seemed like a hilarious accident appeared to be a very thoughtful act as it saved both baby and glass, although spilling fizz over the infant wasn't a thing that could be avoided.
Babies are very happy infants as virtually everything gives them joy because they are free-spirited and less knowledgeable. On a hilarious edition of "Cooking with Cade and Nana," Grandma Nana is heard saying:
" don't eat the butter, don't eat the brown sugar, Let go of the egg."
The two-year-old Cade is seen endlessly consuming the ingredients that is meant for cookies. Grandma Nana shared the humorous clip on Facebook as she had to struggle with Cade to let go and ended up cracking up.
Regardless of his grandma's warnings, Cade stubbornly kept at his acts, wanting a taste of each ingredient once she introduced them.
In the clip, Cade is seen on an apron and chef hat, but the youngster seemed more interested in consuming the content of the red bowl than making cookies as he ate a handful of sugar.
The hilarious clips are undoubtedly evidence that toddlers are cute and funny humans that require constant control, attention, and caution.