A six-year-old who cooks for himself, irons clothes, vacuums and cleans the shower before going to school has gone viral online.
The youngster, whose parents posted a video of him doing his daily chores on the TikTok social media platform, is unlike any other “normal” child.
Viewers of the clip are divided over the boy’s habits, with some insisting it will help him when he moves into adulthood. However, others claim that the boy should be more protected and allowed to “enjoy his childhood”.
The little guy left people absolutely in awe after it was revealed that he gets up at 6 a.m. every day to cook for himself, before doing a load of household chores and then going to the kitchen. school.
A clip shared on the TikTok account @ shopping666, a little boy can be seen jumping out of his double bed to his alarm sound at 6 a.m., before turning on his electric fire, picking out his clothes and putting them on. steam clean.
The youngster then shakes the dust off his clothes and gets dressed, before brushing his teeth and washing his face, according to Mirror Online.
The little boy then heads to the kitchen and can be seen boiling hard-boiled eggs and mixing cereal, before sitting down to have breakfast.
He then washes his bowl and cup of tea, before devoting himself to other tasks, including cleaning the toilet and shower, washing clothes and vacuuming the carpet.
The youngster then rolled a foot spa over to his mother, who was relaxing on the sofa, before shining her shoes and heading to school. Wow.
“My baby is six years old and he gets up at six o’clock every day to cook, clean and then go to school,” read the caption.
“So he’s ready to move,” commented one follower, while another added, “I’m calling child welfare, let this child enjoy his childhood.”
Every household is different, but it’s fair to say this child is different from most six-year-olds, who will be used to their parents chasing after them, cooking their food and making sure they are safe. and in good health.
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