Laying on mother’s lap is an eternally blissful thing for a child. Ever thought about what it would be like the other way round? This viral video on Instagram is just a case in point! The video shows a mother laying her head on her child’s lap to see his reaction.
The video was posted by an Instagram user named Rachel Flowers. It opens to show a text insert that adds context to the clip. “Laying on my 3 year old’s lap to see how he reacts.” The adorable video further shows the child giving his mom head scratches and calling her a baby. The user posted the video with a long caption. She wrote, “How to raise a gentle, sensitive and kind boy: Model it to him and to those around you. He’ll notice. He’ll do the same.”
“Let him feel his feelings. Try not to just say “stop” when he’s crying (I know that’s hard). Acknowledge his feelings and tell him that it’s okay to feel them. You can do this and still hold your boundary. Give him many opportunities to spread kindness and learn gentleness. Any other tips put them down below!” she added further.
Watch the video here:
The video was posted in July and it amassed more than nine million views and 1 million likes. The video prompted several Instagram users to comment and add extra tips. One of the users commented, “Well mine is 3 too.. he often asks me to sleep on his lap so that he can treat me the way I treat him.” Another user wrote, “What a sweet boy! This video is precious.” “Sweet boy. I love to see mom and son bond. My mom always called me her bodyguard when I was young,” expressed the third.
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