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Have You Seen This? Baby supermans on robotic vacuum

By Martha Ostergar, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Nov 18th, 2017 @ 2:47pm


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THE KITCHEN — One great thing about newish babies is their gripping instinct.

They don’t just adorably grip your finger, they’ll grip and hold onto anything for dear life. In fact, if they had the upper body strength, I personally believe babies would constantly be breaking world records for most pull-ups (but I’m working from my imagination rather than anatomy and physics facts).

One great thing about new dads is their willingness to experiment with the physical limits of babies. I mean, we all know those dads that balance their babies on their feet only using one hand.

One dad in Ohio decided to test the physical mettle of his baby girl using a robotic vacuum, and the results are both impressive and hilarious.

In the video, baby girl Atlas is hanging onto the top of the robot vacuum tightly, and it looks like she almost as if she has hooks for hands instead of soft, pink sweetness.

Meanwhile, the vacuum is just doing its thing.

Baby and vacuum bounce gently off the walls in an impressive cleaning frenzy while Atlas does her best impression of Superman in flight.

Basically, she’s the adorable cleaning hero that we need, but not the adorable cleaning hero we deserve.


Martha Ostergar

About the Author: Martha Ostergar

Martha Ostergar is a writer who delights in the ridiculous that internet serves up, which means she's more than grateful that she gets to cruise the web for amazing videos to write about. Follow her on Twitter @monstergar.

Martha Ostergar, KSL.com Contributor
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