Dad introducing his 8th son reaches millions on TikTok

Dad introducing his 8th son reaches millions on TikTok

A sweet video of a Texas father introducing his eighth son is spreading smiles across TikTok.

Michael Rosario and Yalancia Palmer are parents to Jamel, 12, Michael Jr., 9, Angelo, 7, Gimani, 5, Armani Chulo, 3, Sincre, 1 and newborn Khaza, who is 3 weeks old. Rosario and Palmer said their “angel child,” Armani Prince, was stillborn in 2015.

In the video viewed by 6 million, Rosario proudly shows off Khaza before the other boys walk into the room. Rosario and Palmer told “Good Morning America” that many TikTok users chimed in to send well-wishes.

“I love all the supermom comments,” Palmer said.  “Or, ‘She’s a brave strong woman and that’s what you call a great dad,” Rosario added. “I love the positive comments.”

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The family said they began creating videos to make memories together and are hoping to expand their YouTube page, “That Rosario Life.”

Rosario and Palmer said having eight sons is “very adventurous” and it’s fun seeing their different personalities.

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