This Kid Finding Out He’s Going To Be A Big Brother Is Pretty Much The Most Adorable Kid Ever

This video is now my new jam because I cannot stop watching it and getting all teary eyed along with the absofreaking adorable Logan who finds out that he is going to be a big brother. When filming the video, they gave him a list of things that will be happening this year for him to read from, and his reaction when he gets to the big news is priceless. Priceless, I say! Check it:

This 11 year old gets some big news and his reaction is wonderful. from J Payne on Vimeo.

I love when he goes off camera and your hear a woman laughing because you can pretty much assume it was his mom and he went to go hug her. It’s so freakin’ cute I cannot stand it.

I don’t remember telling my older kids when I was pregnant and their reaction when they were told the BIG NEWS, but I’m sure they weren’t as touched as Logan was. This kid is pretty much the best. I think it’s safe to say he is going to be an amazing big brother.

There is just something about him I find so compelling and I hope his parents post more videos after the new baby arrives. I bet so much cuteness will go down. Congratulations Logan and parents, and thank you for sharing your exciting news with the world.

(Image: Vimeo)

 

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    • JLH1986

      I just wanna hug that boy!

      • http://Mommyish.com/ Eve Vawter

        I LOVE himmmmm

    • Kay_Sue

      Just wait, kid. They are cute at first. Then…then they learn to walk, and move, and talk, and after that, all they are doing is getting into your stuff and not shutting the fuck up EVER. –Signed, a big sister of two :-P

      This video was pretty adorable though.

      • keelhaulrose

        We told my older daughter the same day we saw Dumbo with her. She grabbed my phone and told me to call the stork to take the baby back.
        Later that night she said it was okay if the stork brought the baby, but she wasn’t sharing her blankie! (Emphasis hers)

      • Kay_Sue

        After our youngest was born, the night before we were released from the hospital, my elder son informed us that Mommy could come home…but the baby needed to stay at the hospital.

        I dunno that he has changed his opinion since, either. ;)

      • keelhaulrose

        She said something like that, too. Shortly after the baby came home she said she was sorry the hospital would be taking it back soon. Apparently she thought babies were like library books. Brought by storks.

      • Kay_Sue

        Library books delivered by storks would be awesome…..

      • LadyClodia

        I remember that my older son was super excited about his baby brother, and things went well until when he was about 8 or 9 months old and he had pulled himself up to standing by the couch while our older son was on the couch, and our older son said “Mama, he’s looking at me!” It’s been downhill from there, lol.

      • Kay_Sue

        Sounds about right. Mine were really cute when they were little lumps on the floor, rolling around on their blankets all cute and innocently. ;)

      • CMJ

        We joke that my older sister STILL hasn’t forgiven my brother and me for being born.

      • Kay_Sue

        I asked for the middle one. I was about three and asked my mom why I didn’t have a little brother or sister like my friends did.

        And for some reason, after their apparent ease at turning down My Little Pony requests, this one was the one they decided to grant. *SMH*

    • SmrtGrl86

      My husband totally did not react this cute when he was 17 and found out he was gonna be a big brother. “That’s not funny dad!” is probably not the reaction my in laws were hoping for. This kiddo is adorable. :-)

      • keelhaulrose

        I can see where a kid who is probably picking out colleges might react with a bit of shock upon hearing they’re going to have a baby in the family.
        It probably didn’t help he knew where babies come from at that point. Nothing is more disgusting at that age than the thought of your parents boning.

      • SmrtGrl86

        That was indeed part if the horror. Also funny in retrospect, my mother in law actually thought she had cancer, so did the doctors, the pregnancy was caught by FiL in the 5th month when he felt the baby kick. Hubby calls his sister “mommy’s little tumor”.

      • FormerlyKnownAsWendy

        I was totally that baby…. There were five of them, all in college or high school. My mom told them she had something to tell them and the oldest was like, “What, are you pregnant?!” Big laughs from them….not so much from her. They sort of like me now. Almost….

    • Valerie

      That kid is a freaking doll. His sweet eyes tell me he will be the most loving big brother of all time. And now I am feeling all the feels and might need to tear up in the bathroom at work for a few. BRB.

    • Lee

      Right in the feels. This is incredibly sweet,

    • Josh Fairbanks

      Thank you for covering our video. Logan is pretty stoked with how many views he’s getting. I’ll have to record some video of when it comes time to train him for diaper changing.

      • Robotic Socks

        I have a serious question.

        prior to this post, your last post was over 3 yrs ago… How did you remember your Disqus password??? Amazing!

        Also, your son’s cool. Stop being so authoritative though.

        http://www.mommyish.com/2014/03/20/strict-parents-child-obesity/

      • Jennifer Freeman

        GD it! lmao

      • Valerie

        OMG.

      • TngldBlue

        Don’t be a dick.

      • http://Mommyish.com/ Eve Vawter

        awwwwww, thank you for coming to comment and give him a HUGE hug for all of us, he seems like such a sweet kid

      • Josh Fairbanks

        I will for sure, Eve. He begged me to let him have a Twitter so I gave in. People can follow his journey to becoming a big brother on Twitter @BigBroLogan.

      • http://Mommyish.com/ Eve Vawter

        I’m following him, and will totally update his journey

      • Josh Fairbanks

        He’ll respond to you really soon! He is going to be pretty excited when he comes home. He’s so humble. Having 15 followers already is going to blow his mind.

      • http://Mommyish.com/ Eve Vawter

        He’s a doll. I want him to be BFFs with my 11-year-old. I am sure his twitter will be HUGE in no time, and tell him to remember all of us when he gets his own Tv show

      • Josh Fairbanks

        Awwwww. That would be great. You can DM the Twitter and I’ll send you my email and maybe they could be pen pals.

      • Valerie

        You are raising a sweet boy. Congrats on the new baby news!!!

    • Alfreda Wells Morrissey

      I don’t really like the concept of telling kids big news like this, video taping them, and putting them on the internet for strangers to laugh at. I would feel horrified if my parents did this to me. A reaction to the fact that your life is changing is emotional and people will express it in different ways. I think it should be personal. Maybe video tape it for the family movies, but don’t put it up for people to laugh at. Maybe I am just too sensitive. I find a lot of viral videos kind of annoying because they are things that would have been shown to family and they are now shown to the world.

      • Michelle

        Who is laughing? All I see is people loving the reaction of a sweet, awesome boy! His parents obviously know what a special kid he is, and want to show the whole world.

      • quisty

        You know, I am so sick of everyone trying to make every little announcement into some Epic Moment I can’t even bring myself to watch this video. Seriously, who cares? Who are all these narcissistic people who feel the need to broadcast every personal moment in their lives??

      • JLH1986

        my guess would be that since he’s 11 his parents wanted to have a bit of fun at announcing the baby AND since everyone asks “how is {older sibling} handling it?” They thought they’d kill two birds with one stone. Or they recorded it for posterity’s sake for their family use and the reaction was cute enough to post for their family and friends (people who know them) and its all spiraled from there. And you obviously care enough to comment on a video you didn’t even watch.

      • Sunny Rae Fairbanks

        It was on facebook for friends and family and it just got crazy because of his reaction, and if you’re “so sick” of things like this and if you think “who cares” and you didn’t even watch it then why are you even commenting about it???
        Sincerely, His Aunt ^_^

      • http://Mommyish.com/ Eve Vawter

        I usually agree with this sentiment but his reaction is just so touching and dear that I am so happy they shared it with the world. It for real brightened my day

    • Michelle

      My daughter also cried when we told her she was going to be a big sis! After years of trying for #2, I finally had to ask her to stop asking for a baby brother/sister because my tummy was broken. She stopped, but miraculously at the age of 41, I conceived, and nothing gave me more joy than to tell my 6-year old that a baby was coming. That little baby is now 13-months old, and when he started walking a couple of weeks ago, his big sister started crying again, saying “he’s growing up! he’s not a baby anymore!”. Emotional much?? She gets it from me I guess :-)

    • gothicgaelicgirl

      Apparently I asked my mother “Will he taste good?” when she told me I would have a baby brother.
      I was 3.

    • Portia Mount

      Damn you, Eve for making me get all teary at work. I’m supposed to be a hard-ass bi@ch at work! Seriously, that is just so sweet and it’s great to see a young boy’s genuine reaction to news of a sibling.

    • arrow2010

      Kid needs to lose weight. Bad parenting!

      • darlingdewey

        This, this right here is why I will never put my kids in the public eye. What kind of person gets off on saying cruel things about an 11 year old child? He’s old enough to read these comments. How freaking shitty.

    • brebay

      What a cutie pie, that’ll be a lucky little bro or sis.

    • KarenMS

      “Be a big brother…” Omg that last part kills me. So sweet.