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Nothing excites this baby more than the ‘Parks and Rec’ theme song
Ain’t no party like a Leslie Knope party.
Toddlers get fixated on things—a slobber-soaked Elmo doll, dad’s keychain, or Goldfish crackers, for example.
But the parents of one little boy were surprised to find their young son obsessed with opening theme music of NBC’s sitcom Parks and Recreation.
“My son stops everything he’s doing and starts dancing whenever he hears the Parks and Recreation theme song,” Larry Gallagher wrote in a YouTube post on Friday. He shared more than three minutes of his cute little son fist pumping like a champ to the chipper tune.
Leslie Knope would be so proud.
Screengrab via LARRY GALLAGHER/YouTube
Sarah Weber is the former editor of Daily Dot’s Parsec section, where she wrote about geek culture. She previously worked as a reporter and editor at community newspapers in the Midwest and was recognized by the Ohio Associated Press for news reporting.