To be precise, every parent would attest to the statement that ‘seeing your child for the very first time’ is one of the biggest delights of life, especially if it’s your first baby.
Also, one Brazilian couple had their magical moment not too long ago, plus it was dazzlingly adorable because of their daughter’s reaction.
Just moments later after Antonella was born, she hugged her parents with the most adorable honey-smile ever, and there is only one explanation for this – as it turns out, Antonella’s father, Flávio Dantas, used to talk to the baby while she was still in her mum’s womb. Just like talking to an angel, right?
Antonella’s Father, Flávio Dantas, Used To Speak To The Baby While She Was Still In The Womb!
In an awestruck Insta post, Flávio explained the moment Antonella was born as splendid, “I can’t explain the feeling I felt at that moment,” he wrote.
“Every day I talked to my daughter in her mother’s womb, I always told her that I loved her, that Dad was there and that I was going to be the best father in the world! When she was born, how did she repay me? With the sweetest smile ever,” the father celebrated.
And What Flávio Felt After Being Greeted So Cutesy By Her Daughter, You Ask? Well, “A Love That Doesn’t Fit Inside The Chest!” The Father Rejoiced!
The man was so passionate about his child’s entry into the life that he celebrated by posting several pics on social networks with heart-whelming captions, “God gave me my biggest reason to raise my head, let go of sadness and go after the world to be able to give you.” He captioned one of the pics.
So Antonella’s Cutesy Smile To Him Once She Was Born Was Definitely A Big Delight!
This Brazilian couple resides in Rio de Janeiro, where Flávio is a naval soldier while Tarsila used to work in a booth as an attendant and a cook.
Also, Antonella’s Mum, Tarsila, Shared Photos Of Her Daughter With Equally Sugary Captions Next To Them!
In one picture, the mother described her daughter as ‘a gift from God.’
And another was captioned that read, “If wealth were measured in words, I would sum it up in just one: you. My rare jewel cut by the hands of God.”