The internet is in tears after a father shared the delightful moment he turns his severely deaf daughter's hearing aids on in the morning.
Paul Addison, tweeted a video of four-month-old Georgina reacting to the moment with the caption: “When our daughter's new hearing aids are turned on in the morning."
The video quickly passed 10,000 likes and 150,000 views on Twitter in under 24 hours.
😍When our daughter’s new hearing aids are turned on in the morning 😍#happybaby @NDCS_UK @BDA_Deaf @NHSMillion https://t.co/59GZSMgp5D— Paul Addison (@Paul Addison) 1575547964.0
Baby Georgina was diagnosed as severely deaf in September, and wears a hearing aid in each ear to amplify sound.
After she had been wearing the aids for a few weeks, her father decided to share the “lightbulb moment" with the world.
The internet is loving the little one's reaction.
@addisonjrp @NDCS_UK @BDA_Deaf @NHSMillion That is the most wonderful thing I’ve seen in a long time! Absolutely adorable xxxxxx— Buck Frexit! 🇪🇺💙🌍 #FBPE #FBPA ElectoralReform (@Buck Frexit! 🇪🇺💙🌍 #FBPE #FBPA ElectoralReform) 1575631990.0
They're so grateful.
@addisonjrp @NDCS_UK @BDA_Deaf @NHSMillion This is so cute 🥰😍😭 so you get to have this cute reaction every morning?! My heart ~ ♡— Shaneru - シャネル | (@Shaneru - シャネル |) 1575590667.0
Others are sharing their own experiences.
@addisonjrp @NDCS_UK @BDA_Deaf @NHSMillion My son didnt get his hearing aids till he was 5, but when he was a baby… https://t.co/0Eih2XtzHX— Flossie McGhee (@Flossie McGhee) 1575588048.0
“It's absolutely phenomenal," Addison told the PA news agency. “You use these hearing aids and it's like the lights have been switched on. As a consequence she is immediately more alert, happy, and can hear her mum's voice, which is absolutely delightful."
Addison described his daughter's reaction to having her hearing aids switched on as “chirpy and cheery" and said the moment is particularly emotional for him as he cannot hear with his left ear.
Actor Chris O'Dowd was among the people to respond to Addison's video with a heart emoji.
The National Deaf Children's Society tweeted “What an amazing expression?!"
“There's a lot to be said about using tools like Twitter for spreading good news and a bit of happiness," Addison said. “It's quite heartwarming."