Kids just two months into life aren’t expected to do anything close to talking. If you’re lucky, they’ll be cooing by that age and starting to smile.
That’s what one little girl is doing in a viral YouTube video, but she sounds like she’s able to parrot back in rhythm what her father says.
The Huffington Post says the video was originally posted in 2012, but just recently started going viral after it caught the attention of UK’s Daily Mail.
The clip is quickly climbing to 2.5 million views.
At the end of the video, it sounds like the girl repeats her dad’s, “I love you.”
OK, maybe she doesn’t say it clearly, but you can definitely hear her cooing back what he just said. Pretty impressive, and cute, either way.
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