In the life of a parent, there are few more emotional moments than when your little bundle of joy says their first word. Before that, a baby is pretty much a squishy, hairless dog, but the moment they start to talk is the moment they really start to become a person. From then on, you know that deep conversations with your baby are just around the corner.
This father and son have gone viral for their incredible conversation, but I have no idea what they’re talking about. Let me know if you can figure it out.
Here’s the incredible exchange that’s going viral:
Only this child!! Having a full-fledged conversation with Daddy and Daddy is just as bad🤣🤣#TheseTwoAreAMess #OurHouseisAlwaysFullofLaughter #MrPersonality #HeNeedsHisOwnShow #KingstonJierre #KJP
تم النشر بواسطة Shanieke Pryor في الثلاثاء، ٤ يونيو ٢٠١٩
“Only this child!! Having a full-fledged conversation with Daddy and Daddy is just as bad,” says Shanieke Pryor from Clarksville, Tennessee, as little Kingston points at the TV, spouting gibberish, while his dad – stand-up comedian Deztin Pryor – replies as if they’re having an in-depth discussion about television.
“Did you understand it though?” asks Deztin of Kingston, and Kingston seems to reply in the negative. “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 explains as Kingston continues to chatter away.
Twitter absolutely loved it:
This is the BEST baby. All other babies are cancelled. 😍😍😍
— bitter witch (@bitter_witch) June 5, 2019
This is the cutest thing I've ever seen.
— James Duggan (@ThuggnDuggn) June 5, 2019
I love it when a father and son can be real with each other!🥰🥰💞❤
— Phyllis (@8Dorian8) June 6, 2019
From there, the conversation appears to get heated as Deztin reminds Kingston to keep himself in check: “Like go somewhere else with that but don’t bring that over here.”
That baby stepped out of line.
Well, I don’t think we’ll ever figure out what was said that day, but what’s clear is there are few stronger things in life than the bond between a father and his son.