A mom’s twin sister met her little nephew for the first time and left the little guy feeling quite confused, which shows up in the featured image above and, more hilariously, in the full video below.
Since being posted to YouTube by Dainius Sileika on May 27, 2015, the short clip has managed to reign supreme as the new king of cute baby videos.
As of this posting, it’s now up to more than 4.4 million views, which is a great deal more than it was at when the Inquisitr first pointed it out on June 1.
Everything about this will remind you why babies are awesome. But don’t take my word for it. Have a look for yourself.
The 10-month-old boy has captured the hearts of commenters, many of whom can be a mean lot on YouTube.
“I think the baby’s brain suffered a blue screen of death,” wrote one in reference to the old computer mishap.
“Alright Felix,” added another, dramatizing the baby’s thoughts. “We’ve got a situation here. That can’t be mother, mother is over there. Then who is this? Think, Felix, Think.”
Of course, it didn’t take too long for the lamebrains to show up, with some going out of their way to point out the vertical filming technique and others questioning whether this was cruel to the baby.
“Most people think this is funny. And that’s fine, everybody has a right to their opinion. My opinion is that its a little cruel. Little Felix is having a hard enough time in his short life sorting out what is what, no reason to confuse him about such an important fact in his life as who is his mother and how can there be two of her.”
A second agreed.
“This is actually not a pleasant experience for the baby, babies at this age already have a certain understanding of the world and how things work, but he is struggling to understand that how someone looks like his mommy but is not.”
What do you think, readers? Is little Felix’s reaction to Mom’s twin adorable and funny, or is this a case of grownups being mean to a little baby?
I’m personally in the camp that thinks it’s hilarious, but everyone gets offended about something nowadays. Do you think this video of baby meeting Mom’s twin is cause?
Sound off in the comments section.
[Image via screen grab from YouTube video, linked above]