I love how he did affirm “it’s your tea but stop it”
I fell out, as parents we whisper the most off the wall yet factual stuff, it's your tea, and no you cannot have it🤷🏾♀️🤣🤣🤣
Thank you cause I didn’t know what he said and the words were covered
Why did he take it in the first place? She was fine there without him lifting it for no apparent reason
@@Scott-got-caughtwell toddler can get VERY distracted and let things drop. Not a good idea in a restaurant with a heavy glass full of fluids
@@Scott-got-caught He was helping her so she doesn’t spill or drop and she thought he was trying to take it.
My dad used to "throw us out with the trash" where he'd pick us up and, while tickling us, carry us to the garage and pretend he was going to throw us into the trash can. We'd be wriggling and laughing the whole time. This will be such a heartwarming memory for this kid ❤
I don’t know why I love the word wriggling so much 😅 I guess I've just only ever heard it in wholesome contexts. I love this comment. Your dad sounds pretty great. 🧡
I used to "cook" my neice and nephew. Right in the oven with you guys how would you like to be seasoned?
@@madcatter5293 thank you, he's really amazing. We are so lucky to have him!
@@niksatt4843 oh my gosh that is so cute!!! I bet they loved it.
@@partfish6290he said he "cooked" his nephew XD
These types of dads/uncles are everything!!!!!!!!
if that toddler was black then... this wouldn't happen
@@lordjaashin damn bro you got the whole squad laughing
Appreciate the uncle shoutout 😂
@@wantdatcadpat44 ya the hood squad gang is laughing. fr fr
@@lordjaashin because the dad wouldn't be there right? lmao
My grandpa used to do this to me until I was like 10. This video made me miss him. He’s still alive; I just miss him Edit: Sep 7th: I’ve spent the whole day with him and my grandma. The reason we don’t visit eachother much is because they live 3 hours away and I’m broke, so affording gas to make the trip is hard.
send a screenshot of this comment with the video to him. He’ll love it.
@@JadetheGooberI second this.
Come visit him, show him this video when you see him and watch together, laugh about it 😊
Go see him b4 it's to late hun ❤❤❤❤
Oh ok i thought...
That's a gift man. We salute you dad. Never leave your post bro
There's an art to being a dad. This man's got it!
“You’re going downtown, bring down the paddy wagon”😂😂😂😂
Irish isnt a race, its a nationality
This is an incredible dad interaction
staged video is staged
@@jasonvoorhees5640right... toddlers are very easy to get to do what you want and are famously fantastic actors. And nobody ever films their small children randomly Nothing ever happens
@@OscarLangleySoryu who hurt you?
@@jasonvoorhees5640 you're the cynical weirdo here not me
so adorable how she instantly started laughing
She heard her mom laugh first
@@BK3535the baby laughed first
Im still watching it over and over. wish my dad would've been like that with us kids. RIp daddy.
On behalf of all of the other people in the restaurant, Thank you for handling your baby well.
Exactly! Instead of just letting the toddler scream, yell, jump, stomp and roll around on the ground.
It is not always this easy, good parenting or not. Just because a kid starts losing their shit and refuses to decompress from their meltdown in a space foreign to them doesn't mean the parents aren't competent.
@@scottchua58888 I agree, but this parent handled it well. He knew his child and redirected without escalating the situation with warnings of punishment or punishment. Some parents wouldn't have used humor and the kid wouldn't have responded the same way either....that's all. And, back to my original point, the other people in the restaurant didn't have to suffer through the kid's tantrum, which is fantastic and fair, IMO.
@@latonyanewsome0You must not have a kid yet. Sometimes a toddler will be a toddler no matter what you do. If we have a meltdown and there’s no turning back we have to leave. If you have a kid one day you’ll see. Raising kids is very hard, but gratifying work.
Found the Californian.
He’s so smart, such a good move, seems to be a great dad 😊
Humour is the most powerful dissolver of tension! 😂❤
1000% dad energy
That is some parenting skill
That was such a dad win. You can tell that kid loves his/her dad. They knew it was fun immediately and got all giggly right away. So adorable!
What a good dad . Turned a potentially ugly situation into a beautiful moment .🥰
ke him down toown
I'm glad he was able to control him. I hate it when kids have tantrums in restaurants & ruine everyone's meal!
Ugly situation lol for who? Childless other couples in the next booth, this is parenting skills. Live and learn
Yes because correlating bad actions with fun and laughter is totally the way to raise a child🤦🏽
@@tylerdias8323the kid never did a “bad action” the tea was the kids and the dad took it, which sent the toddler into a panic/defensive state. In this state, the right thing to do is deescalate it. Not yell. Not punish. Not hit. Be calm and deescalate it. You clearly don’t have kids.
It’s so nice to see a video of a good father
That’s a good Dad right there! 😆❤️❤️
There is a Dad who can think on his toes. ReDirect with humour and you have spared baby girl a melt down, AND everyone gets giggles instead. Win-Win. Well Done, Sir.
It's a win-win-win if you include the other customers. 😁
@@VioletJoyWin-win-win-win if you include us
@@ridebiking So many wins!!
That's the golden word with kids: redirect. Spot on
Pretty sure thats a boy
Good job dad, you got that drama and took it out of her mind, you got 16 more years of this, GOOD LUCK!!!😊
I love the way he handled her tantrum, the way every parent should
I always took them to the bathroom and gave them a talking to always worked
I think thats a boy
His voices soft whilst hers got loud.
I'm actually impressed 👍💯❤️
@@vuksgitauit says daughter
AND THAT'S WHY WE CELEBRATE FATHER'S DAY ❤❤❤❤❤❤
True brilliance! Wish I would have thought of that, with my 5 kids!!! What a wonderful daddy!
You could have had a whole business having your own detention center! 😅
Me too ❤
Well, now you know. You can pass on the insight.
He is probably a policeman so when he did this thought she was partbofbher dads job
@@afsanachowdhury4979 or they watch the TV show cops alot , but yeah that's what I thought that he was a cop
Lucky for those who have memories with their dad ❤
Quick thinking, awesome dad! No angry, no rage! 😅
Baby has a good sense of humor.
children are mirrors of their parents, thats why.
Engineered by good parenting
Thank you for giving me my first genuine smile of the day
This is so heart warming, and the most endearing, laughable moment to bring tears
Deescalated that real quick, great papa ❤
The way she tries to push him away is the funniest and cutest thing ever.
He gets it! That's how I parent! All you have to do is distract them. Life is good and fun!
That was too funny, “Alright you’re under arrest,”with gentle tickles 🤗 😂😂, I couldn’t stop watching this.
*you're They taught that in Elementary school...
@@ATalkingBadger absolutely correct, my bad.
This was perfect!!!!! I honestly have done the same kinda stuff with my sons.... I can genuinely say I've never had to deal with toddler melt downs in public. Never in my life.
He almost snapped. 😂 But then turned it into a wholesome moment, instead. 🥰👍
Dad got parenting skills! Great job, dad!
Woe. He was a quick thinker. I thought for sure that toddler was about to tear the place DOWN!😂😂😂 I love to see dads know how to deescalate with love.
I like them heartwarmin' moments of laughter.
I am going to use this on my toddlers in the future! 😂
Careful tw8sting their arm. That can go bad real fast
That was an absolute zen-master-switcheroo. Well done!
Her laugh said I chose right and I love them so much
LOL never knew a frisk could be adorable. Great Dad, he understands the assignment. Beautiful moment :)
The intensity of emotion and the concept of ownership at such a young age is kind of mind-blowing. It goes to show how easy it is to start messing up your kids from the start if you don't have a handle on your own emotions as a parent. Imagine being raised by a narcissist reacting to what the kid did, it would've been a different situation
💯💯💯 nobody wants to talk about that though. One of the reasons I’m good on having semen demons. There’s plenty of them that are full grown adults.
I read once that for a toddler, who has only had a handful of life experiences, something really stupid and minor (from our perspective) like getting their drink taken away could literally be the worst moment of their life. And when you consider they haven't learned how to control their emotions at all yet, their meltdowns become a bit easier to understand
@loveinthematrix Yeah, have personally seen that negative narcissistic energy in action with 2 family members children... the devastation and destruction they so casually wreak on their offspring is truly heinous and in extreme cases horrendous/life altering What's worse is they walk away unscathed while the families become casualties 🥺
What would a narc do?
Best Dad Award Earned🥇
This is why dads are important ❤
The comment I was looking for.
Mom would've just enabled the kid and would have either whined back or let the kid walk all over her
Great job, dad!
Perfect example of de-escalation and redirection of energies. I love it so much.
clever clever dad
Dads are the best!
Love it what an awesome Dad! Mom sounds pretty awesome too 😀
What a wholesome cop !!!! ❤️
STOP USING THAT WORD!!!!
What a FANTASTIC FATHER!
He demonstrated the skill of "fun discipline" which works on wives just as well as kids.
Great job there daddy.
It's so good to see that. Wish I had a daddy like that
From one dad to another, good job. My blood started to run cold from embarrassment having been there before, but you turned it around. 😅
That's wisdom right there. ❤
Smooth dad. Well played.
My Dad did that! Such a great distraction and way to fill up a kid heart!
Her little giggle is so precious
A good father, and good cops 😂❤
This is the sweetest scolding ever.
That's how they be at the bar too 🤣right before they get arrested😂
🤔My husband is a bartender and I worked as a table dealer at a different casino we both can confirm this happens right before an arrest. I have seen a 60 something woman in the casino yelling "IT'S MY LONG ISLAND ICE TEA! MY TEA!" People don't play about their drinks in the casino. 🤣
this made me laugh so hard. I can't believe adults do this. They are all toddlers, just a bunch of decades older.
Love this! I,as a woman, can learn from this.
What a great example of the role a father plays in a child's life
Well done Dad!!!!!
There is nothing better than being raised by a good father and mother.
A Father of the Year Award for this man please. I know all the other people at the restaurant appreciate his quick thinking. 😄
Except he’s rewarding the child for lashing out. That behaviour won’t work well in social situations with other children
Thanks for the positive male role model!
Ahhh she will xherish her dad!! I really wish more of us had good fathers
That dad really does know how to stop a tantrum! This is so funny and the toddler started laughing. Brillant!
I never had any wholesome moment with my dad. And now my goal is to give it to my future kids. I won't settle for anything less. Every child deserves this laugher ❤❤
I do that too with my boys! I just say a phrase and they know I’m coming to tickle them❤❤❤
Priceless moment between dad and daughter❤
Like any master of the art, he makes the impossible look easy.
Great job Dad😂
Wow! I just learned a valuable life lesson in parenting!
See, and THIS is what gentle parenting is. Not being permissive. Not giving in. It’s being firm while also realizing that’s it’s not always that serious and laughing literally makes children more likely to listen. Well done!!
We need more papa’s like this in the world! ❤😂👏🏽
She's going to Love and Cherish this man for the rest of her life. This is why caring and loving men are vital in childhood
Lovely mature dad
Making a kid laugh while freaking out instantly gets them over whatever they were freaking out over. Love it!
Great Job Dad !! 😂😅😂😅😂❤ they’re out of order and in public too!! COOL THEM DOWN B4 they escalate a screaming 🙀
My child can't be tickled into forgetting or stopping. The pain is real here folks. He is a tough one.
The world needs dads
Great save dad!!
Brilliant. Great job.
Little kids make me nervous whenever they pick up a topless drink. 😂 This was super adorable.
Resolved with wisdom, patience, and maturity, not yelling or walking out. Fun dad. I watched several times, and it even had me giggling.
This dad knows how to handle things peacefully. My respects, sir. I tip my hat to you.
I love this. I turn my 6yr old upside down and tell her to shake out the crazy. She loves it and feels so much better after.
what a good father ,good stuff mate thats how its done ,cuff em
That man's a genius
You always feel like a super parent when you turn a tantrum around like that.
Best dad ever ❤😂
My nephew used to love this bit when he was little, you know this guy's got a good sense of humor.
Great job Dad! I caught a dual lesson there, too! ❤
😂 that's how it's done Dad!! I constantly use this technique, of course different tactics, on my autistic son but it never fails! 😂
that guy's a hero.
Reminds me of my dad. 😂 I’m almost 36 & this was what it was about. The little things