Another Youtube entry still on viral is a home video created by an appreciative son named Nick Confalone to his dad who, in full plan and all effort, filmed Christmas mornings of his family for 25 years. The video was uploaded year 2010 and still nostalgic, say public admirers.

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The filming of each Christmas morning started year 1985, in which this persistent dad would begin videotaping his children going down the stairs to greet their gifts. The next year, he videotaped the scene again, his child going downstairs as they meet their gifts. And year after that, he does it again, like a man naturally clinging to a tradition, chronicled to watch his children’s developmental growth. For a full 25 consecutive years, this goal-oriented dad never stopped filming this even his kids were already grown-ups, reaching 30 years old.

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Father Tapes 25 Years of Christmas Mornings 6It’s the similar routine: The children do one at a time, bouncing or scooting on their butts down the steps. They’re alternately shy, then silly, then uncomfortable. In their teen age days, they look obviously annoyed at the act, but as they get older and mature, the once a year filming develops more than just a silly father put-on.

Youtube video uploader says, “Every year, our dad would tape us coming down the stairs. This is a compilation of all the videos I could find. Relatives and pets grow up and disappear, and new extended family members appear in their place.”

Even so, in the late years of filming by year 2008, they were joined by other relatives specifically a husband of the little girl earlier in the video.

The video, still on viral state, continues to reach and touch hearts of viewers around the world in opinions of having Christmas holidays celebrated with your family, presently on about 1.6 million views and still counting.

H/T: dailymail.co.uk