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One-year-old girl channels her inner guardian and teaches dad how to ski by warning him adorably

The tiny tot stole millions of hearts online with her cute warning for dad who was about to ski on snow with a plastic sled.

One-year-old girl channels her inner guardian and teaches dad how to ski by warning him adorably
Cover Image Source: Instagram | @karaleapior

Sometimes, kids are just too mature for their age. It is adorable to see the sweet little voices talking with the maturity of an adult. Mostly, they try to imitate their parents or other family members. We sometimes feel surprised by how their little brains work, especially when they parent the parents it is worth capturing on camera. Karalea Pleau-Pior – who goes by @karaleapior on Instagram – shared one such instance where her little daughter was seen teaching her dad how to ski on snow with a sled. People adored the child's concern for her father in this viral video that garnered nearly 28 million views.

Image Source: Instagram | @karaleapior
Image Source: Instagram | @karaleapior

Pleau-Pior, mom of two girls, Franki and Stevie, is popular on social media for her wholesome family and lifestyle content. She recently posted a throwback video of her older daughter, Franki, when she was a 1-year-old. In this video, Franki's dad was trying to ride his sled on the bed of snow while the little one popped out of a bush, saying, "Sit on your bum, Dad." But the dad didn't pay heed to the little one's advice and proceeded to stand and ski on his sled. "Be careful, Dad. Be careful, Hun Dad," said Franki in her cute voice. She insisted that her dad must "sit on his bum" while riding on the snow and when he asked what would happen if he didn't do so, she simply said, "You don't want to get a pukey puke."

Image Source: Instagram | @karaleapior
Image Source: Instagram | @karaleapior

The mother was heard chuckling in the background and the little one repeatedly taught her dad how to safely ride on the sled. Fed up with her dad doing it wrong again and again, Franki just started to casually sing, "You can't always get what you want." The mom shared this video explaining how Franki began referring to her dad as "Hun Dad." The caption read, "Our little safety panda and the birth of Hun Dad," and the mom mentioned, "I still get people asking where Hun Dad came from. This is the first time she ever used it. Must be because I call Swav "Hun" and she just put them together. It's definitely stuck. People from all over tell me they now use the term. She wasn't even 2 yet here, where has the time gone?"

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Image Source: Instagram | @be_eddine
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Image Source: Instagram | @lagt_duck

Franki stole many hearts online with her mature yet adorable way of speaking. "She's anywhere between 2 and 82 years old," joked @mar_zin_07. "Baby girl, I know it takes another level of patience and hard work to raise your dad," wrote @ololadeibrahim_. "I believe you gave birth to an adult, a very adorable and precious and loved little adult," commented @kimswhiterabbit46.


 
 
 
 
 
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Image Source: Reddit | u/ledim35
Image Source: Reddit | u/ledim35

A similar instance where a child taught her puppy how to climb on the bed has been making its rounds on the internet. Shared on Reddit by u/ledim35, this viral video showed the wholesome moment where a cute little pup learns to jump onto the bed. The pooch failed to climb at first, but then the little girl came to his rescue and showed him by doing it herself. As she stepped on a tiny stool and hopped onto the bed, the furry baby followed her. He successfully learned the art of climbing and snuggled his human friend. 

Image Source: Reddit | u/ledim35
Image Source: Reddit | u/ledim35

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