Boy wakes baby sister by leaping into crib – leaving Instagram users in hysterics

A mum has shared the heart-warming moment her son got a little too enthusiastic trying to wake up his baby sister.
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A mum has shared the heart-warming moment her son got a little too enthusiastic trying to wake up his baby sister.

Mayci J Neeley, a blogger based in Utah, shared the clip with her 96,500 followers on her Instagram (@maycineeley) where it has received over 50,000 views.

The clip shows her son Hudson going to wake up his baby sister Harlow.

Mayci can be heard asking him: “Do you want to wake up Harlow?’.

To which he responds “Yeah!” enthusiastically before bounding up the stairs in a flash.

His panicked mum says “Quietly, quietly” – but it appears nothing could dampen Hudson’s enthusiasm.

Stomping around his sister’s room and roaring like a T-rex, the young lad gave his baby sister quite the rude awakening.

Jolting awake and opening her eyes, Harlow suddenly recognised her brother, who wasted no time in diving straight into her cot.

A grab from a video posted by Mayci J Neeley showing her son Hudson going to wake up his baby sister Harlow. (Picture: Jam Press)

Speaking “baby talk” to her, he woke up his sister in the way only a little boy can – loudly!

Instagram users were touched by the sweet clip, with one commenting: “She’s not going to have to worry about nothing. This is beautiful.”

“Awww so precious!!!!!! Melts my heart the way he hugs her!!!!!!” another person said.

Someone else commented: “Cuteness overload!”

A grab from a video posted by Mayci J Neeley showing her son Hudson going to wake up his baby sister Harlow. (Picture: Jam Press)

“That little jump she did, lol,” said another user.

One person added: “What a duo. Love this. Great brother loving his adorable baby sister.”

Whilst it might have been a rude awakening for little Harlow, mum Mayci said his favourite thing to do was wake up his sister – and you certainly can’t fault his sibling enthusiasm.