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This letter-savvy viral baby has Delaware roots

That baby that went viral over the weekend in a funny alphabet lesson is the son of Delaware entrepreneur Pedro Moore.

Everybody loves Winston.

(Screenshot via Facebook)

Pedro Moore of Bear is known as the founder of Funding Fuel and venture capital advisor to Daymond John of TV’s “Shark Tank” — but, at least for today, he’s most famous as the dad of baby Winston, who went viral over the weekend cracking up over a topsy-turvy lesson in ABCs:


Originally posted by Moore’s brother Eric Townes on Facebook (where it has about 30,000 views), it took off and was shared all across social media, drawing the attention of “Good Morning America” and the “Kelly Clarkson Show.”

“Winston loves to learn and be silly so we try to incorporate both,” said Moore in an email with “Though Winston is one and a half, he knows his letters, numbers and a few words. He even know a few letters in sign language, but he at times likes going back to the basics and ABCs.”

Back to the basics, at one and a half. You go, Winston.

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