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The Way This Nurse Led a Little Boy Through His Shots Is MVP-Level Amazing

This was by far the funniest thing ive ever seen with this kid i almost peed myselfπŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ LIKE IT AND SHARE IT PLEASE THIS NURSE WAS ABSOLUTELY PHENOMENAL!

Posted by Tiffany Shelby Marshall on Friday, December 29, 2017

We've never met a kid (or adult) who likes going to the doctor or getting shots, but a video of one nurse who made a little boy's trip to the doctor's office a magical one is now making us reconsider our fear of needles. Tiffany Shelby Marshall posted a video of the nurse to her Facebook on Dec. 29, praising her for all she did through the boy's appointment.

"This was by far the funniest thing I've ever seen with this kid. I almost peed myself," Tiffany wrote on Facebook. "THIS NURSE WAS ABSOLUTELY PHENOMENAL!"

In the video, the boy, who was promised a crisp $5 bill if he could make it through his appointment without crying, is seen staring intently at the shots the nurse is prepping as she attempts to distract him with talk of his recent Christmas loot. She seems determined to do her job efficiently, sure, but more than that, she definitely wants to help the little guy take home the big money. She begins the fun when she declares herself a magician of sorts, and tells the boy she has a few tricks for him. "I thought I was gonna get shots," the boy says, to which the nurse replies: "No, man! No, we're gonna paint."

On the count of three, the nurse pricks the boy's finger and tells him to "watch the magic" as she has him "paint" a red circle onto a piece of paper. "I didn't cry!" the boy announces.

The nurse continues with her "next trick," which requires the boy to hug her tightly while she "checks his muscles" β€” which loosely translated to giving him three shots in his upper arms. Although he lets out a scream by the second shot and shouts "not again, not again!" by the third, he doesn't cry one bit, and earns the $5 he was promised. We're proud of him for being a trooper even though he "didn't want to go to the doctor," but his nurse was the real MVP and we're ready to book our kids' next rounds of shots with her ASAP.

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