The first step in teaching children to pray is for them to thank God for their meal. However, we all know that babies and dinner time aren’t always a pleasant experience. It will almost certainly be messy, and there may be a lot of screaming.

One little girl’s excellent table manners have impressed the internet, going viral in a video.

The touching 15-second video clip has reached the hearts of millions of viewers and has been viewed almost 1 million times on YouTube. According to some reports, an early Facebook clip earned 38 million views as well. Since it was uploaded online, the clip has been shared more than 1.5 million times.

As seen in the video, John Incorvaia captioned: “This kid … always closes her eyes when we pray, and never wants to be done praying lol – we probably pray 4-5 times before our meal every night. ????”

At the dining table, a young baby says grace with her family in this adorable video. Eloise Incorvaia, a 20-month-old baby girl, stars in the film. Her father claims it’s time to pray, so you should pay attention to her behavior.

Eloise looks like an angel. She has the cutest grin, and her dimples make you want to kiss her. When her father tells her so, Eloise reaches out her tiny hands towards her parents. She then shuts her eyes tightly and listens carefully to every word that comes out of his mouth. The dad then offers a heartfelt prayer for thanks before the meal and for his “beautiful girls.”

The father prays: “Heavenly Father, thank you so much for this food, thank you so much for my beautiful girls, let this food bless our bodies and keep us safe. In the son’s name, we pray …”

To finish the prayer, Eloise says “Amen” with her parents.

In 2016, the video was posted by Elizabeth and John Incorvaia for the first time. They were previously living in Indianapolis, Indiana. However, they now reside in Waterville, Ohio. At Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, John is the Director of Family Ministries.

Baby Eloise’s family says that she loves praying so much that they have to go through the tradition multiple times each day before meals. Well, nothing is wrong if the girl just loves saying grace, right? And for sure, she can certainly give an enthusiastic “Amen!” A typical 20-month-old toddler has a spoken vocabulary of about 12-15 words. And no doubt, for Eloise, it looks like “Amen” is one of her favorites.

Eloise’s parents were overjoyed when she was featured on Fox News, The Ellen Show, and The Today Show after the release of her video. They expressed their excitement to the hosts of Fox and Friends Weekend about teaching their children to love God.

In addition to Eloise, the family has a daughter named Penelope and a newborn son. Even though Eloise is too young in the video to know what it means to pray and say grace as an act of thankfulness, it shows us that praying is not only for those who understand. Instead, this will be a practice carried on until she gets older.