An 8 year old girl can operate a backhoe like a boss

When we see gifted kids under 10 years, we wonder and question about our own ability. How on earth can these children have better abilities even compared with adults?

My personal answer would be “good parenting”.

Her father would allow this 8 year old girl to “play” with this construction equipment. Aubrey Ayan even dreams of becoming an engineer when she grows up. This girl is a consistent honor student in her school. Indeed a gifted child, a rare breed brought about by good parenting.

Watch her operate the backhoe.

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

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