With a rollercoaster of his own, 3-year-old West is sure to be the envy of every toddler.
When his dad, Scott A. Brazelton, heard that a retired aerospace engineer built his grandkids their own rollercoaster, he asked himself, “Could I do that?” Determined to know the answer, he reached out to the engineer himself and built one for his oldest son, Wyatt.
That’s why, when his youngest turned 3 years old, it was only fair that he made one for him, too! Inspired by his dad, who works at Southwest Airlines, West asked for his rollercoaster car to look like one of their planes. Not only did dad kill it with the look of the coaster, but the ride itself is everything his toddler wanted!
Footage of West’s first time on the coaster shows him squealing, “I want to go fast!” He also gleefully raises his hands in the air. He may not quite understand how this thing works, but he doesn’t need to in order to know this: All he wants is to go on just one more ride! And another… and another…
Watch West’s adorable reaction to his rollercoaster below, and don’t forget to share.
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