A 10-week-old baby tells his mother, “I love you.”

Another beautiful video taken on a mobile phone by the grandmother of a 10-week-old baby has flooded the internet.

The scene she filmed has already received over a million views on the social media platform TikTok.

Keisa Cameron, a New York mom, shared a video on Facebook in which her 10-week-old son Roan snatched all of her attention. She told him she loved him as she held him in her arms.

The mother was left speechless when the baby imitated her words in a sympathetic response, saying he loves her as well.

Many doctors are also ecstatic about the scene, believing that a 10-week-old child being able to repeat words that we understand is a true miracle. Take a look at this wonderful video that has impacted many people online.

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