A New York firefighter showed his ability to take the heat off the job in an adorable video of him giving his infant daughter a pedicure.
In what Jimmy Howell, who works for the Fire Department of New York in Queens, calls their weekly spa talks, he gives his 9-month-old daughter, Kensley, a pedicure.
"We're gonna take care of these dogs, alright?" Howell said jokingly. "Oh man, I can tell you been crawling. These dogs are barking."
Kensley smiles and giggles while Howell gently holds her feet while playfully barking. But things start to get heated when Howell apparently rubs too hard with the file.
He immediately puts out any potential flames.
"I'm sorry if I'm rubbing too hard, but it's free, so beggars cannot be choosers."
Howell goes back to filing while Kensley silently looks on.
Weekly spa talks with my baby girl, she got a little crazy with me today due to the fact that I was filing her nails a little too rough, y'all see why I can't do anything for free, I'm charging her next week, just watch 🤣🤣🙅🏾♂️❤️❤️😘 @kensley_peyton_ @theshaderoom #blackgurlmagic #melaninpoppin #instababies #curlsforthegirls #bougiebabies #blackgirlmagic #instakids #kidsmodel @thedadgang @fatherhood_fraternity #cutebabies #blackfathers @myperfectkids @blackfathers
Howell is also featured for the month of March in the FDNY 2020 Calendar of Heroes, WNBC reported.
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