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3-year-old girl adorably saves mom from a scary situation at home and people can't get enough of her

The little risk-taker shows off her fearlessness as she comes forward to help her scared mom and her caring words impressed the internet.

3-year-old girl adorably saves mom from a scary situation at home and people can't get enough of her
Cover Image Source: Instagram | @yumika_thorne_

Sometimes, we find more amazing things to learn from children than the other way around. Of course, the little daredevils scare us at times with their dauntless adventures. But the unfiltered compassion and innocent love that they show towards people and animals is incomparable. In fact, they unknowingly impart life lessons to adults. One such little girl awes the internet with her considerate behavior as she helps her mom out of a scary situation at home. The mom, @yumika_thorne_, posted the adorable video on Instagram in which Halo-Bee didn't think twice before taking a fearless leap and people love her.

Image Source: Instagram | @yumika_thorne_
Image Source: Instagram | @yumika_thorne_

The Australian mom and her two daughters, Halo-Bee and Honey, aged 3 and 1.5 respectively are quite popular on Instagram and TikTok for their cute videos. Amongst their adorable beach vibes pictures and videos, Halo-Bee's wholesome gesture garnered huge attention on social media. At the beginning of the video, the mom was seen asking the younger one, "Can you get it? Please," but Honey simply refused to help her mom out. The scared mom said, "Please help me," and Halo-Bee entered the room like a boss asking, "Where?" ready to combat the opponent. While we wondered what was scaring the mom, the camera pointed to a tiny little black lizard.

Image Source: Instagram | @yumika_thorne_
Image Source: Instagram | @yumika_thorne_

Gesturing her mom as if saying, "Wait, I got you," Halo-Bee plotted a plan to get rid of the little guest. "Maybe we might get a bucket," said the 3-year-old intending to cover the reptile with a bucket. The sisters then used a plastic lid and a rug to imprison the lizard for the time being. But they weren't convinced. The girls started blowing on the creature hoping that it would run away. Still no luck. Finally, Halo-Bee, being the gutsy girl that she was, decided to take things into her own hands, literally. Yes. Despite the creature trying to escape, the 3-year-old simply caught it by its tail as her mom exclaimed, "Good job!"

Image Source: Instagram | @yumika_thorne_
Image Source: Instagram | @yumika_thorne_

One would want to just throw the creature out. But, Halo-Bee was sensible enough to gently set the lizard down out of their house. "Don't be afraid mummy," the little girl reassured her scared mom and added, "I will be here for you." Once her rescue job was done, Halo-Bee said, "Mum, I love you. Can I go watch the movie now?" and ran away with excitement but not before giving her mom a high-five.

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Image Source: Instagram | @vinsorae

 

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Image Source: Instagram | @dkwahine

The video went viral with over 4.7 million views on Instagram and thousands of comments poured in. "Smart! Train your kids to not be afraid of insects so they can protect their mom. I gotta write this down in the pros list!" commented @vaebee. "That's the bravest little one. Plus the way she makes sure she's got it and also trying to make her mom feel safe," wrote @mystiquesoulz. "I'm with the little one, NO THANK YOU! Brave big sis and mom better let her have cake, ice cream, whatever she wants!" jokes @oops_my_brain_broke. "I am 63 and will be running out there. Brave, pretty girl," commented @sarahwilson1993.


 
 
 
 
 
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