Work from home has become the new normal after the pandemic. While lots of people find it very comfortable, some people are continuously disturbed by the noise and their family members. There are so many blooper videos of 'work from home' surfacing on social media, which shows the interruption while working from home.
Meanwhile, an adorable video is going viral on Twitter with over a millions views, where a weather reporter had a surprise visitor during her morning forecast. It happened when she was interrupted by her toddler son.
As per reports, a reporter named Leslie Lopez from Los Angeles, California was reporting live on the weather from her home on January 8 when her 10-month-old son, Nolan, interrupted to hug her.
The viral video was shared by Lopez’s colleague, and ABC7 News anchor Brandi Hitt on Twitter. The video soon got widely shared across social media platforms and everyone liked the cute interaction between mother and son.
Along with the video, Brandi Hitt added a cute caption. She wrote, "There is no stopping adorable Nolan now that he can walk during Mommy's forecast."
In the viral video, Lopez was seen delivering a whether forecast when her 10-month-old son crawls on to her leg and wrapped his arms around her. Seeing this, she paused for a laugh and said that “there’s a baby down below”. Later in the video, she was seen picking her son up and delivering the remaining report.
“He walks now guys, I’ve lost all control,” she added. Many people, who came across the video, praised her for her dedication and professionalism despite the interruption.
Lopez also shared that her son recently learned how to walk and decided to show off his skills at 5.40 am while all of America watched. “For the first time ever, he’s pulled himself up from sitting to standing,” she added.