Adorable 5-Month Old’s Fascination With Walmart Security Camera Stealing Hearts of Millions

It’s kind of funny when you think about it, but there are at least two generations of children who are perfectly comfortable in front of a video camera. I can still remember when things like camcorders were pretty expensive, and most folks went their entire lives without ever once being captured on film. Now, everyone has a video camera in their pockets and can record their entire lives if they so choose. I can remember how weird it felt looking into a camera and talking and then watching the playback. Most of us never think the voice coming from the person we see on the screen sounds like us. But when it comes to kids today, some would say they are born with a love for the camera, or at least that certainly seems to be the case in this story.

One day, Ivy and Nick Jazen were out and about at their local Walmart with their 5-month-old daughter, Kira. They were planning to grab a couple of things for dinner. Still, They little did the parents realize that one extraordinary, adorable, impromptu moment w0uld soon turn Kira into a viral overnight sensation. While browsing around the electronics section, Nick lifted Kira in front of a TV monitor. It appears the little girl loves being the center of attention as she was delighted to see her cute little face staring back at her.

Realizing that this was one of those picture-perfect moments, Ivy quickly snapped a photo that shows Kira’s bright, curious little face looking right into the camera while putting on an adorable modeling show for all Walmart shoppers to enjoy.


Ivy even said that the employees were standing around giggling, and after she sent the photo to her sister, she turned around and shared it to Twitter.


And the rest is history. It wasn’t long before millions of people were sharing the picture of Kira’s adorable little face as it racked up 43 million views in no time!

The parents are happy their little girl’s adorable moment could bring a smile to so many faces during these tough times.

“I’ve read a lot of the comments and a lot of them were like ‘this is the funniest thing I’ve seen all day,’ ‘This made me smile.’ And so I think it’s nice to bring a smile to people’s faces … right now especially.”

You can watch a video featuring an interview with Kira’s proud parents below.