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Toddler adorably joins his sister's cheerleading routine with her team and he's already a pro

Liam can be seen holding two silver pom-poms and doing the same steps as the team. The only thing that the child is missing is a cheer costume.

Toddler adorably joins his sister's cheerleading routine with her team and he's already a pro
Cover Image Source: TikTok/ @arodsquad

Kids often learn things by observing people around them, be it, parents, siblings or even strangers. This is why when kids regularly see their brothers or sisters playing football or practicing dance, they also develop an interest in it. That is what happened to 2-year-old Liam. In a TikTok video posted by his mother @arodsquad, Liam can be seen at a cheer practice along with his elder sister and her group. The fascinating part is that he knows each and every step of their routine.

Image Source: TikTok/ @arodsquad
Image Source: TikTok/ @arodsquad

The video has a text overlay that reads: "When you're 2 but you have watched too many cheer practices in the living room." Liam can be seen holding two pom-poms and doing the same steps as the team. He first moves the pom-poms just like others and then does the hand movements using the prop. The video ends with him adorably stomping his feet copying the person in front of him. Looking at the video, one can surely say that he will turn out to be a great cheerleader. The only things that the child is missing are a cheer costume and marching shoes. 

Image Source: TikTok/ @arodsquad
Image Source: TikTok/ @arodsquad

The 18-second video is captioned, "He's her biggest fan." It has garnered over 13 million views and 3 million likes. People found the child's cheerleading session adorable.@amyjay31 commented, "Omg!!!! The jump at the end!!" @jessicamccall1003 wrote, "Love this because I am the majorette advisor for my school and my two-year-old son picks up my batons and twirls." @Ibinstpaul wrote, "Better than would ever be. Well done!!" @chickyskripcolorguard expressed, "Awww and he can keep up he’s so cute I’m glad you let him do what he wants and don’t shame him for being 'girly.'" @tome_sheroyalty shared, "I hope he grows up knowing how awesome this is. That he is loved and adored and accepted."

Image Source: TikTok/ @arodsquad
Image Source: TikTok/ @arodsquad

Michelle Rodriguez, Liam's mother, told TODAY that he started stealing his sister's pom poms in 2021. "We hid her expensive ones at home and I bought Liam a cheap pair. Then, my daughter's coach gave him an extra pair she had for the team."

The mother finds it surprising that her son observes and mimics cheer moves. He was prematurely born at 27 weeks and only weighed two pounds and had to go through surgery to repair a hole in his heart. Rodriguez said that the child has overcome expectations with his developmental growth, mainly his ability to learn information. 

It was Liam's 12-year-old sister Amaya who practices choreography at home which led him to memorize the moves. 

The video was posted on Rodriguez's channel last year. Amaya and the cheer team were practicing at Kelly Lane Middle School when the 2-year-old followed the steps along with them for a 10-minute performance. 


 
 
 
 
 
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After this, there have been many other videos on Rodqriguez's channel of Liam being part of cheer practices and enjoying it. However, this video is proof that kids keenly observe their parents and siblings and how important it is to be good role models to teach them the right things. 

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