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One mum and dad have been left speechless when they caught their baby's first word on camera at just 11 weeks old.
Watch the adorable video here:
In the clip, Charlie, 27, records baby Jace being held up by his dad Scott Davidson, 29.
Scott asks baby Jace: "Are you speaking? Hello!"
The happy 11 week old tot then perfectly replies "Hello!", smiling up at his father.
As Charlie gasps from behind the camera, Scott's mouth drops as he turns to look at her.
The new mum shared the video to TikTok with the caption: "These pandemic babies🤯😂"
Users are understandably obsessed with the super sweet clip and have confessed to watching it on repeat.
We can't say we blame them!
Commenting on the post, one amused TikTok user wrote: "Dad's reaction was EVERYTHING. His whole heart just burst right open."
Another added: "I'm crying this is too cute, bet Dad had a tear in his eye too judging by his reaction."
Some joked that even little Jace seemed surprised to hear himself speak.
One comment read: "Even the baby was shocked, like 'did I just say that?'"
Other viewers were impressed that Jace had even managed to get his dad's accent down perfectly.
Many seemed convinced that pandemic babies are starting to speak and learn words quicker than usual, with Charlie and Scott's little Jace only furthering their theories.
"I feel like these pandemic babies are going to be the uprising. Love this x" commented one viewer.
"My lockdown baby has been saying hiya since 3 months! It's crazy," shared another.
A third TikTok user wrote: "This is the second pandemic baby I've heard speaking/saying words. Something's in the water lol. So cute though!"
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