During an interview with BBC News about South Korea, Professor Robert Kelly was adorably interrupted by his children.
Now, we can only aspire to waltz into rooms as confidently as the first child did because it's amazing. What's even better is how fast the second kid zoomed into the room in a walker!
As impressive as Kelly's ability to keep his cool and continue with the interview was, we hope he realizes that nobody was paying attention to what he was saying anymore.
The situation then went from pretty cute to kind of confusing really fast, though, when a random woman swooped in and tried to get the kids out as fast as possible.
Honestly, it's a bit stressful to watch and also, who is the woman? This has also lead the internet to lose their collective minds for a minute, as some thought she was a nanny and others claimed that saying she is a nanny is racist. Of course, because it's 2017, we have to over-analyze everything instead of just taking a comical situation at face value.
Anyway, we hope these kids rise to viral fame because we think this is great!