Father and 4-Year-Old Show Off Their Dance Moves on Video: 'He Has Lots of Swag'
The two have been dancing together for two years now.
An adorable father and son are showing off their moves in a plethora of dance videos posted to social media.
Stanley Freeland, of Georgia, has been dancing with his 4-year-old son, Josiah, since he was just 2 years old.
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“I knew that he loved to dance. I love doing it because it means so much to me just to see that he’s enjoying himself,” Freeland told lnsideEdition.com. “He has lots of swag.”
Their dance videos, which he posts to Instagram and Facebook, feature dances to numerous songs and the duo clearly has some serious moves.
"I spend quality time dealing with him so I know that he loves dancing and I love dancing as well, so spending quality time with him together," Freeland said. "I know that it will bring our relationship closer and give us something we have in common."
The father and son have even recorded an ABC song together in the studio that they’ve posted a dance video to as well.
“That’s one of our favorite songs to do together because it’s educational and we’re learning in the midst of us having fun and dancing,” Freeland said.
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Freeland said he hopes to inspire other men to spend time with their children as well.
“It’s good to spend as much time as you can with your child, just as well as a mother is there for a child, a father should be there as well,” Freeland said.
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