We all know that university students like to party.
And a mother has revealed her three-year-old son became part of the “Sesh” after raising him while she was in college.
Chlo, from the UK, said she became a teenage mom at 19 in her first degree.
The mum, who lives in Leeds, was told she couldn’t be a mum and graduate at the same time, but she has proved everyone wrong.
“I’m a 19-year-old mother who gave birth to her baby in freshman year,” she wrote a clip.
“After everyone told me I couldn’t do it, I’m graduating tomorrow without taking any break years or extensions.
“You can do it and don’t let ANYONE tell you otherwise,” she wrote.
The young mother hugged her son Wren tightly in the clip.
In another post, the mother revealed that her son is a step ahead of others his age as he is already used to partying at university.
She came into the room wearing sunglasses and danced to the song Gangsta’s Paradise.
Wren followed suit in an orange tracksuit with the hood pulled up andSunglasses.
The three-year-old knew exactly what to do when a banger went off and immediately started bobbing his head, pulling out finger guns and dancing to the music.
“POV – Your baby was raised at uni so automatically became part of the school,” the mother wrote.
The video posted on her TikTok account @choflo671 has since gone viral with over 2.8 million views and over 350,000 likes.
People reacted quickly to the comments and were hysterical.
One person wrote: “The gun fingers were properly raised in my eyes!! Such a sweet man.”
Another commented, “Why is this kid cooler than I’ll ever be in my entire life?”
“Awesome… best thing I’ve seen in a long time,” wrote a third.
Meanwhile, a fourth said: “A baby AND college? We are a multitasking queen.”
“My friend’s little boy is a college baby and he yells ‘CHEERS’ when someone drinks and makes you rattle with his fruit sprout,” claimed a fifth.
Another added, “This babe is vibe certified.”
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