Watch this child expertise what it’s wish to be 9 months pregnant

His mother requested him to put on a watermelon on his abdomen after he made enjoyable of her for struggling to get away from bed. Who’s laughing now?

As any one who’s been pregnant is aware of, doing common issues with a baby bump is tough. Very, very laborious. That’s why, when this mother’s son made enjoyable of her for struggling to get away from bed whereas anticipating, she needed to make him attempt it for himself.

Jenna Ciambotti Shaffer, who was 39 weeks pregnant on the time, posted a reel on her Instagram displaying her eldest son, Drew, making an attempt to do easy every day duties with half a watermelon secured to his torso like a child bump. “Watermelon Child Lesson,” she wrote within the caption, full with watermelon emojis. “He made enjoyable of me for not with the ability to simply get away from bed at present, so we’re going to see how properly he does with a watermelon child.”

Within the clip, we see Drew climbing up the steps, tying his footwear, getting right into a truck and, after all, making an attempt to get away from bed. We particularly love when he has to just about do the splits to choose up a toy from the bottom. Not that straightforward, is it Drew?

Fortunately, he appears to take all of it in stride with an enormous lovely smile on his face the complete time. Have a look.

What a very good sport! Now we hope they sealed that lower watermelon tightly earlier than strapping it onto him, in any other case Drew would possibly’ve skilled what it feels wish to have your water break on the lounge flooring, too. Talking of water breaking, Shaffer has since given start to her new daughter, Maya, and even posted a clip of Drew and his brother meeting their new sister. Have a look for an additional dose of cuteness:

Aren’t they such a candy household? Congrats in your new child Jenna, and thanks for giving us a wholesome chuckle—goodness is aware of we are able to all use it today.

Our names are Fareedah and Kamilah Amoo. We are seven and five year’s old sisters and live in Ontario, Canada, with our parents and little brother, Awad. We love writing stories, painting on canva, coding, reading books, and enjoying arts and crafts. Our goal is to motivate every child worldwide to read more books.

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