Aside from children and pets, I don’t know what this world has to offer that could possibly bring you more happiness. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not diluted, they can also bring you a great deal of anger and frustration, but that’s not what we’re talking about today. Small children and pets, especially dogs, are the epitome of unconditional love. You come home and their faces absolutely light up and glow with the excitement that you returned to them. Their smiles are contagious and you can’t help but to get down to their level in an attempt to show them that their love is reciprocated. As hilarious and fun as they can be on their own, when you get them in a group, the fun factor goes through the roof! Simple observations of their interactions with their peers can forge memories to last a lifetime!
Usually, I only laugh at kids falling to distract them from their initial tendency to cry while I assess the situation. This teaches them to be tough and realize that crying wouldn’t have helped a thing. The tumbling toddlers in the following video are obviously having an issue raising their feet enough to clear the entrance of the tent and end up plopping onto the soft, lush grass in front of them. Well, not all of them. I fear that there may be the beginnings of peer pressure coming into play near the end of the tumbling toddlers video.
I am not sure how many of these adorable little ones were genuinely making a less than graceful exit. I know for a fact, however, that the little ham of a tumbling toddler that was the last to exit was just playing a game of monkey see monkey do. That peer pressure stuff is rough. I mean, when every single one of your friends is doing something, it just makes sense that you’re going follow suit. Right?
If your daily dose of cuteness hasn’t been filled yet today, check out what happens when this little girl decides to let a cow into her house!
Source: AFV Kids