Mom leaves “baby” in car while she shops at Target – promises others that he’s OK

It seems like you can hardly move in public these days without the possibility of being found out on the internet.

Now that humorous, embarrassing, and often very personal movies and photographs of ourselves can be uploaded and shared immediately across the internet, we have finally reached the era of viral stories and clips.

Of course, this can be abused, but it can also be employed occasionally for the better; just think of the times when someone is called out for misbehavior.

I believe that’s what the public believed to be happening when an Instagram photo purportedly displaying a message from a woman who had left her baby in the car to go shopping at Target went viral in early March.

Enough to stop the heart, right? Don’t worry, there’s more to this story than meets the eye.

In March, influencer Bonnie Engle shared a reel to Instagram, and it went viral very soon. Since it was uploaded, the video has accumulated millions of views and more than 1,000 comments.

The previously stated video shows a close-up of a handwritten note that reads, “My baby is OK,” and it has been taped inside a car window. He has his snack and drink with him! I am currently in Target. Come back shortly!

It should go without saying that the note alone startled a lot of the people who watched the video.

Many of those who did decide to see the movie, nevertheless, soon came to the conclusion that Engle is more of a naughty spouse than a bad mother. A few seconds after the close-up on the message in the window that was previously reported, the camera pans back, revealing that Engle’s child in the car is actually her husband.

The influencer said, “Please no judgment,” as the Instagram video’s caption. He is safe and in excellent condition.

Her husband is seen eating popcorn and waiting inside the vehicle.

Fortunately, Bonnie’s video proved humorous to many who saw it and left comments.

“My heart dropped and then I LMAO,” a commenter said.

“Leaving them in the car is so much easier,” remarked a second person.

“For a brief moment, I felt like I was about to lose it… That also caught me off guard,” remarked a third person.

Reports state that a large number of Engels’ posts are humorous and perfect for moms who can relate to the day-to-day struggles of motherhood.

How did you feel about Bonnie’s video? Please feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comment area.

There was definitely a comical element to this video, but it’s important to remember that you should never leave children, or dogs, in warm cars.

Kindly help us spread this important message by sharing this page, especially if you found Bonnie’s short funny.

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