Father and son have their ‘own language’ and it’s hilarious: ‘When y’all both weird’

A dad and his baby boy have a special bond — and it’s totally “weird.”

Every family can get a little goofy sometimes. We tend to form little inside jokes and quirks with our family members that no one else would ever understand. TikTok dad Kambui Moore spends a lot of time with his son. 

The pair are practically inseparable, which means they’re a lot alike. Moore said of his son that the apple didn’t fall far from the tree but rather “the apple is on the tree.” And this video of one of their bonding moments is the perfect proof. 

“When y’all both weird,” Moore wrote in the caption

It was like the father and the baby boy were in perfect sync. Each time the dad hummed, his son would sing back to him. 

“Hmmm,” Moore said. 

“Da-daaa,” the baby boy sang. 

“Hmmm,” Moore hummed. 

“Da-daaa,” his son responded. 

The two went back and forth a few times before giggling together. 

The funny video racked up over 1.2 million views on TikTok. People adored the father and son’s relationship.

“My daughter and I both just make the most random noises and movements and then just chill. Apple is still a seed over here for sure,” a user said.

“Why does this feel like y’all are in the studio and the baby is doing the adlibs?!” another commented

“Y’all got your own language,” someone wrote

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