Baby genius may change the world!
This super-intelligent baby is unbelievably clever.

Many of us remember leaning over the cot and blowing raspberries at our babies. Perhaps we weren’t put off by articles which said we shouldn’t use baby talk, and we repeated meaningless syllables for days on end at our little ones: DOO BEE BOO BAH… There’s a video that’s going to question your entire parenting existence: a genius baby who can perform “academic” skills better than kids five times his age…

Future world leader?

His dad is obviously coaching him, but it doesn’t seem to be staged. In fact, this child appears to be happily engrossed in the task assigned to him. We can’t help but wonder if this is just a phase, or if this baby will go on to change the world.

Check out Super Baby via YouTube/Waleed Aoudi and see if you agree:

Don’t despair, though, if your child is a regular human rather than a future economics professor, there are plenty of exercises you can share to encourage academic development. Here are a few challenges and milestones:

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