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This baby feeding his mom French fries while he breastfeeds is the cutest thing ever

It's so nice to see mama and baby working together to make sure everyone gets fed.

This baby feeding his mom French fries while he breastfeeds is the cutest thing ever

Photo: Breastfeeding Mama Talk via Facebook

Breastfeeding can sometimes be a mess—you're sweaty, the baby's sweaty, there's milk and spit-up everywhere, and your baby's hands are grabbing anything within reach (including your hair—ouch!). However, there are times when you and your little one come together to make magic happen, like in this adorable video of a breastfeeding baby who knows his mom needs to eat, too, so he hand-feeds her French fries while he nurses. Take a look:

Team work makes the dream work, right?

The video, which was posted on the Breastfeeding Mama Talk Facebook page, has over two million views, and it's not hard to see why. Being a mom can totally feel like a thankless job, especially in the early days, but moments like these make it all worth it.

We don't know exactly how old the baby in this video is, but maybe he's old enough to realize that his mom tends to delay her own meal at restaurants in order to nurse him, and since everyone knows it takes a village, he decided to do his part and help her get fed, too. High five, kid!

On top of that, it's actually pretty impressive that he's able to grab those fries from the plate without looking (although we do love the assist from his older sister, when he ran out of fries within reach).

Safe to say, the people of the internet loved the video too, and responded in the comments saying that they wished their kids were this thoughtful. Check out some of our favourites:

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And this one is probably the most accurate realization:

Here's hoping he doesn't try the same thing with soup!

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