‘World’s Strongest Baby’ Amazes Parents As She Stands On Her Own Feet At 8 Weeks Old

A dad says his baby learned to stand at eight weeks old after she was inspired by watching him view strongman clips on YouTube.

All parents rejoice at the first successes of their baby, but the family from the UK never ceases to be amazed at the capabilities of their 15-week-old daughter, Lula. Lula began to hold her head a few days after birth, and at two months, she was already firmly on her feet. Everyone around is amazed at the strength of the baby, and her father believes that she is motivated by powerlifting competitions, which they watch together on Youtube.

Tezra Finn-Johnston, 31, and his girlfriend, Emily Derrick, 23, noticed their daughter’s unusual strength while leaving the hospital five days after the baby was born. Lula was born on January 31 and weighed 5.5 lbs. Young parents were surprised when the girl began to hold her head even before discharge from the hospital.

Now the 15-week-old baby can stand on her own two feet without support.

The father jokes that he and his daughter often watched videos of strength competitions on Youtube, and this inspired the bay to demonstrate his strength.

The Bristol couple say Lula started trying to stand up when she was just over a month old. At 8 weeks old, she has already learned to stand on her own.

Everyone is surprised at the extraordinary strength of the baby. Tezra and Emily’s parents say they didn’t do anything like this when they were so tiny. Babies usually begin to stand up without support between the ages of 9 and 12 months.

Lula is very happy when she manages to get up and stand on her own feet. The baby’s father believes that she had a good ratio of muscles to body weight due to the fact that she was born small. Tezra himself is fond of weightlifting and says that as a teenager he could already overcome adults.

The girl does not walk yet, but her parents assume that she will take her first steps much earlier than her peers.

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