A first-time mother, Samantha Mitchell, was astonished when her three-day-old daughter, Nyilah Daise Tzabari, displayed remarkable strength and agility beyond her age. In a video captured by Mitchell, Nyilah can be seen lifting her head and attempting to crawl while lying on her front, supporting her body with her arms. Mitchell, who has extensive experience with children, was left in complete shock by her daughter’s early milestones.
Mitchell, from White Oak, Pennsylvania, US, shared her amazement, stating, “I’ve never seen a baby like this before. The way she lifted her head and babbled left me in complete shock.” She quickly recorded the moment to ensure others would believe her, as she knew it was an extraordinary sight for a newborn. The video was captured when Nyilah was just two and a half days old.
According to Daily Mail, Nyilah, born three weeks late and weighing 7lbs 6oz on February 27, 2023, has been ahead of the curve in reaching developmental milestones. At three months old, she is already standing with support, leading Mitchell to believe that walking is not far off. Mitchell jokingly expressed, “Sometimes I laugh and just think I wish she could be a baby. I feel like I’ve never actually had a newborn.”
Nyilah’s progress has been surprising to Mitchell and her fiancé, Ofer Tzabari. Mitchell mentioned that Nyilah rolled from her belly to her back at 18 days old and began rolling from her back to her belly around two months old. Additionally, the couple noticed Nyilah attempting to imitate their words, particularly when they say “I love you” to her. They were astounded by her attempts to repeat the words and engage in babbling.
The couple shared the incredible footage on TikTok, where it quickly garnered attention. With over 47 million views and six million likes, viewers marveled at Nyilah’s advanced abilities. Some lightheartedly commented on her future strength, while others jokingly claimed that babies born after 2020 are “built differently.”While Nyilah’s early development may be surprising, it is essential to remember that each child progresses at their own pace.