With Halloween now behind us we can all look forward to the festive cheer and merchandise in every shopping store from here on in. We will be lamented with Christmas carols as we are enticed with sparkling Christmas decoration as well as gorgeous trees to put them on. Singing Santa’s and dancing snow men and much much more will be on display in most places you will visit.
When this mom decided to visit her local store with her adorable young son to buy some groceries, she decided to stroll through the Christmas section along her way.
Luckily she had her camera running to capture the heart melting reactions of her little boy..
Young children love going to stores and this little boy is no different, babies love to stare at colors their eyes see best. The brighter colors such as red and green are much more easier for them to focus on. Most babies over 6 months of age will be able to spot these colors and focus in on them according to Parents Magazine!
But it is not only the colors that catch their attention at these ages, the bright twinkling and flickering of Christmas lights will have them enthralled with curiosity.
Shiny items tend to catch young babies attention which is why many young children like to play with jewellery such as necklaces and bracelets as well as other shiny items.
This is why Christmas decorations are so attractive to babies as can be seen with this adorable little one. He is thrown into sensory overload with all the sparkling lights, singing santas and shiny beautiful trees. Who can blame the little guy, most adults love the excitement of browsing through the Christmas Section too.
Although he may not know of the coming holiday, he sure is enjoying himself as he takes in all these strange colors and items on the shelves.
We all know the feeling of delight when picking out Christmas decorations. One can only but smile along with this little guy.
Why not join him on his journey in the video below and see his hilarious reactions for yourself!
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