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Father’s reaction to baby’s first steps

Father’s reaction to baby’s first steps

Routine-Decision-849

r/mademesmile


Piper2000ca

This would definitely be a better sub for this vid. It's adorable, but it's not a dad reflex type of video.


Routine-Decision-849

Agree... try to cross-post, but they didn't allowed!😉


IAmTheMilk

Look at the end


Piper2000ca

Ya, I saw that part, but he was clearly getting ready to catch her before she even started sitting down. That's not really "dad-reflexes", that's just reflexes.


IAmTheMilk

It’s a dad protecting his child with reflexes what more do you want man?


soopirV

Dudes a pilot, he BETTER have dad reflexes…


fireshout81

I mean commercial pilots don't exactly need Nascar driver level reflexes, air force pilots probably do tho


ChadT-70

You're comparing being a pilot to driving in a circle?


fireshout81

yeah, Nascar drivers need top quality reflexes to avoid crashing into other drivers, making sharp turns, shifting lanes, all at over 200kmph


kashafmirza

Damn men get baby fever too it seems


feelin_cheesy

I’ll take “not actually her first steps” for $1000


Sendatu

But it’s his first time seeing her walking. My husband saw my daughters first steps but me seeing them with my own eyes was amazing! Even though I knew they weren’t her actual first ones.


BugsArePeopleToo

Dad probably thinks it is. Kids probably been walking at daycare for months


feelin_cheesy

Yeah looks like commercial pilot so likely just the first he’s seen


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redballooon

Huh? Here I thought pilots fly airplanes.


gunner_jensen

I was gonna say, it's very sweet of mom (or whoever is filming) to have let him believe that.


MongoBongoTown

Ding ding ding. First steps are almost always between two nearby objects and they look more like an impending fall than a real walk.


alex3omg

My kid was cruising for a while and had managed a few one-hop steps between things but no real steps until one day we did a video call with grandma and she took like 5 steps from what she was holding over to me and the phone. Luckily my husband was there too so she had a lot of witnesses for her big moment.


todd10k

The sad reality is most of us won't get to see our childs first steps unless they're caught on video. Working 9-5 monday to friday, odds are you just won't be there when it happens. I didn't get to see my little girls first steps and it breaks my heart.


kriegmonster

I was slow one I didn't start walking until it was at a family gathering. My aunt asked my mom how long I'd been walking. My mom rushed out of the kitchen to see me walking for the first time. My aunt didn't believe it was my first steps.


todd10k

I'm glad she got to see that. I got told when i got home from work, broke my heart. Shes growing up so fast, i tell her jokingly "Growing in this house is forbidden!" and she knows im joking, but there's a small part of me that would love that to be true. I still remember her when she was just a little speck on the ultrasound screen.


alex3omg

The biggest upside to all the working from home is the parents who got to spend more time with their little kids. My husband comes downstairs to visit a few times a day, if not for covid he would have barely seen our daughter's toddler years.


Dezhezzi

This. I'm seriously grateful the pandemic happened, my kid was born in February last year just before it kicked full swing, thanks to that I was changed from being in the office from 9-5 to a home based setting and I was able to see my little one grow up. It's awesome I actually got to experience a ton of his firsts because of this.


Media_Offline

> working 9 to 5 Monday to Friday *Cries in Hollywood* I work more like 9 to 9. I was lucky enough to see both of my kids' first steps, though. I think because the best way to motivate them to try is for you and your partner to work together. One holds the baby up and the other calls them over.


gravityapple

You idiots saying there’s no reflexes, did you notice he pulled his hands away when he realized she wasn’t going to fall?


GeshtiannaSG

The catch at the end was disguised as picking her up.


caulkwrangler

Exactly. He sees she can handle it and immediately starts scooting back and coaxing her. Then when the fall does come, he makes the easy catch.


mrtuxedo9

Wrong sub


StonerTomBrady

As a father of a baby who is so close to walking, I am so excited to get to experience this. I keep coaxing her with toys and what not but nothing yet.


17934658793495046509

get her to look forward instead of at her feet, she will be walking in no time. Kids stick out their butt when they look down, makes them tipsy.


the_darklord_himself

Don’t worry, the baby will walk when ready. It’s such an exciting time! My baby girl started walking earlier this year, it was amazing!


ArtHappy

Hopefully you've already found r/daddit. My partner did and it seems a wonderful place. Also, congrats! The best, most interactive times are just around the corner!


shecky444

Dude looks like a pilot but I didn’t think they allowed guns like that on the plane. Go get em papa bear.


Proud-Nerd00

There are no reflexes here


MRiley84

11.44 seconds in, she starts to fall backwards and he grabs her.


Fish_Fortner

Your profile makes me think you are a bot.


MindLicker

r/lostredditors


TheThotSlayerDoggo

Who cares? It made my day better and it was a small reflex at the end


Dany_HH

I care, and probably many other, but considering the upvote we are definetly the minority sadly. The beauty of reddit is that is divided in many subs and each one has it's own type of content, or at least that's how it should be, but it's not anymore. Now every sub has similar contents. It's not only this sub...


IAmTheMilk

Watch the end he catches her when she starts to fall


MetaGazon

1 wrong sub 2 I hate these fucking low key propaganda.


loki2002

What is this propoganda for? Big walking?


aworldwithinitself

Big Dad


tajong

u/savevideo


buterbetterbater

Hot dad. Pilot. Dayaaaam.


leticiazimm

I just ovulate


GalaxticSxum

This is a really sweet video


spaghettinez

Not wanting a child but wanting to see my partner with our child leaves me in a predicament.


Square_Emerald

u/SaveVideoBot