So when Mom discovered that her baby boy had an interesting reaction to sneezing, she grabbed her phone and started recording. She had no idea that it would go totally viral in a matter of minutes!
According to Parents Magazine, young babies sneeze more often than toddlers and adults! This is because they have no other way to clear their nasal passage and get rid of irritating airborne particles.
Babies are too cute. From hiccups to cuddles, bath time and accomplishing big life milestones – it seems like there’s nothing our little ones do that isn’t downright awesome.
The publication also explains that babies are more likely to sneeze after nursing. This happens since one nostril is pushed up against the mother’s body and the nasal passage is closed off.
As soon as the feeding is done, the baby will sneeze to open up the nasal passage and make it easier to breathe! It’s so darn cute when a baby sneezes, no matter the reason, though.
That’s probably the case for Gabriel Jones’ adorable little one. He’s sneezed so many times and heard his parents say “oh no” after the sneezes that he learned to mimic their reaction.
The moment the sneeze passes, he looked directly into the camera and said “Oh no!” It’s just too cute and left Mom chuckling with admiration for her sweet boy.
If he can form words this young, it’s safe to say that the future will be bright for this adorable boy. He’s not only a cutie pie, but awfully smart, too, it seems.
This little sweetie’s adorable antics have been viewed almost three million times so far! Not only is his sneeze precious, but so is his classic response.
Even Dad posted on YouTube that “It’s hard not to love this!” If you haven’t watched it yet, you must. It’ll totally brighten your day!
Take a peek at his heartwarming reaction to a big sneeze in the video below.