We might not be professional reporters, but we can say with certainty that our next forecast calls for a 100% chance of laughter. Just last week, news anchor, Leslie Lopez took to her webcam to do what she does best, when it morphed her into an online sensation. And well, something tells us you'll want to see it for yourself.
It all started when the ABC 7 correspondent began delivering her routine weather report from the comforts of her home. Only the events that transpired were anything but usual. "It looks like a baby down below," the anchor joked, as we watched little hands emerge from the bottom of the screen.
Baby on the move! There is no stopping adorable Nolan now that he can walk during Mommy’s (@abc7leslielopez) forecast. #Love #goodmorning #ThursdayThoughts #Babies #TheBest @ABC7 pic.twitter.com/jvUcaSMyGi— Brandi Hitt (@ABC7Brandi) January 28, 2021
Confused? So was Lopez, as her 10-month-old son began wrapping his arms around her legs. Was it his diaper that needed changing? Time for an afternoon nap? Just popping in to say hello? Perhaps we'll never know. But what we do know, is that baby Nolan's doting mommy handled it like a pro.
"He walks now, guys. I've lost all control," the news anchor joked, as she scooped her little troublemaker up in her arms. Of course, it wasn't long before the hilarious report was brought to a sudden end - but not before winning over hearts online. Dressed in his finest onesie, there's no doubt about it: Nolan Lopez stole the show.
"Baby on the move! There is no stopping adorable Nolan now that he can walk during Mommy’s forecast," ABC 7 news anchor Brandi Hitt soon gushed, as she took to Twitter to share the clip. Sure enough, she wasn't the only one amused by the toddler's adventures, as the video continued to rake in the views.
"This is absolutely hysterical and so, so sweet," one of many viewers chimed in. We couldn't agree more. And with almost 40,000 likes and over 5,000 comments? It appears Leslie's little guy was made for the camera. Could we be catching him behind the mic somewhere down the line? We guess we'll have to wait and find out...