Have you ever wished to be Bambie’s best friend while growing up? You are certainly not alone. Babies are always fond of animals, as they are like babies as well, unpredictable, cute, and also make silly noises.
A baby will always be fascinated by an animal which looks nothing like him/her but makes similar sounds. Watching and playing with these animals help a baby to process all the new sounds they are hearing and the textures as well. This is ideal for the development of a baby’s brain and also is fun for the child. It is also a way for the baby to get in touch with his/her wilder side. At that point, they may just want to stroke the animal’s fur, and touch the funny looking ears which seem to move while they touch it.
In the same vein, animals are fond of children and as surprising as it may sound, they actually know how to differentiate between adults and babies. They see human babies as they see their own offspring and tend to treat them as such. Several reports show that animals show compassion towards human babies as though they were their own. Fawns are naturally friendly and peaceful animals, and they also are amazed by babies.
This cute baby was about to meet a fawn for the first time as his mom filmed from a short distance so as not to disturb the newly found friends while they were bonding. The little boy who is about 15 months old was having fun in his backyard with his gardening utensils and along came a fawn who was apparently fascinated by the tiny creature such as himself with a different body structure. The baby looked a lot distinct from the humans which the fawn had been seeing, as he seemed so small and made funny sounds. The baby was fearless when the fawn came close to him he tried touching his ears to have a better look at the fawn. They begin to have an indiscernible conversation, and it seems they baby was giving the fawn instructions.
The fawn was determined to give his new found friend a peck on his cheek, and the adorable baby responded with a hug and headed for his watering can. While trying to pick the watering can up, it was too heavy for his minuscule hands, and the fawn stood, waiting for him to pick it up. If we could speak “deer” we would have probably heard the full conversation. Baby comes up to the fawn again and holds his head, covering his ears with both hands, and after he does so, he bursts into laughter.
The sight is exceedingly adorable, and he moves again for his watering can, and it’s too heavy. His new friend lends a hand by giving him a peck for motivation and the little boy runs to the side and goes back to pat the animal on the back.