Baby thinks nanny’s TikTok dance is the funniest thing ever: ‘I’ve never seen a baby laugh that hard’

If you always laugh at videos of TikTok dancers, you’re in good company. 

TikTok is pretty much famous for its dance challenges. But not everyone is a fan. The routines and numbers can be a bit corny for some, even kids.

When a nanny named Kay whipped out her TikTok choreography, the baby boy she was watching had a total field day. 


Oscar laughing at my dance abilities

♬ original sound – Kay

“Oscar laughing at my dance abilities,” Kay wrote in the caption.

The boy, named Oscar, was sitting in a high chair when Kay started the camera. The nanny started to do a choreographed dance, and Oscar immediately started laughing. The more she danced, the more he started to wheeze with laughter. 

“Oscar’s parents love the video and know their son is viral. I’ve been nannying for five years,” Kay wrote in the comment section. “I respect parents’ privacy and consent always.” 

The funny clip racked up 24 million views on TikTok. 

A person pointed out “the way he started laughing before” Kay even began dancing. The nanny replied, “Because he watched me practice before this. He knew it was coming,” with a couple of laughing emojis.

“He’s roasting you in his head,” someone wrote

“LMAO. I’ve never seen a baby laugh that hard,” another said

“His job is to keep you humble,” a user joked

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