One cute baby tried on a pair of glasses for the first time and her reaction is priceless

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Babies trying things for the first time is pretty much a guaranteed viral sensation. Much like the one in the video above trying sparkling water for the first time, babies are too cute and hilarious not to film their every move.

Jessica Sinclair of Cincinnati, Ohio realized her daughter Piper needed glasses after a simple checkup to find out why she wasn't crawling. According to FOX8, the doctor discovered Piper was extremely farsighted which was possibly the reason she wouldn't crawl.

Sinclair decided to record Piper's reaction when she placed her new glasses on her head, and let's just say, we are happy she did!

Picked up her glasses. Went out to eat and put them on her. Her reaction :) melts my heart

Posted by Jessica Sinclair on Saturday, June 6, 2015


Sinclair uploaded the video to Facebook last month where it has gone viral with over 18 million views! Kids serve as a vehicle for hilarious videos. Keep them coming, parents!

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