We are going to be honest with you right now. This is the sort of video where you are going to want to grab the tissues as soon as possible. It’s one of the more touching things that we have seen in some time. Molly Mikos is the mother who is responsible for sharing it and we are grateful to her for being so willing to take the time to do so.
If this video is anything to go off of, she is doing a tremendous job of raising this young man. Daniel is the little boy’s name and being comforting is his game.
This video showcases his ability to keep a cool head in a pressure situation. His little sister, who is all of three years old, was having a pretty rough go of it.
This poor child had a two-and-a-half-hour tantrum. While most children would have lost it as well, Daniel is not most children. He handled it about as well as possibly, as even his parents had to admit that their nerves were frayed by the time it was all said and done.
In his mother’s own words, “all of our nerves were shot.” However, she was sure to add, “Here’s how our 6 year old handled it.”
Daniel’s father is doing his best to calm himself down. As parents, we can relate to these types of moments. It can be hard not to beat yourself up in these instances. We never like to see our children in distress and we like to believe that we have all of the answers for them. When we do not, it can be a very bitter pill to swallow.
This young man knows that his dad is struggling and comes up to him to offer some helpful advice. He asks his father if he would like to participate in deep breathing exercises as a means of calming his nerves. It is one of the more adorable things that you are going to see today or even this week.
If you would like to see this beautiful moment for yourself, please be sure to check out the video below.
#selfregulation #meltdowns #threenagers #precociouschildren
♬ original sound – mollymikos
A special shout out to Daniel for managing to be the voice of reason during a very difficult time. “this just goes to show how much of a great job your doing!!! toddlers are hard and the fact your 6yo was able to empathize and communicate shows it,” said one viewer and we are inclined to agree.SKM: below-content placeholder