Brilliant video shows mom dress as giant unicorn to surprise her daughter at the bus stop

Brilliant video shows mom dress as giant unicorn to surprise her daughter at the bus stop

Embarrassing your kids is all a part of the parcel of being a parent, but one mom is celebrating the fact that her daughter is still young enough to love her dress up antics.

A video of the mom in question has gone viral, after she dressed up as a pink unicorn with a glorious rainbow-colored horn to meet her daughter from the school bus. She captioned the brilliant clip: "When your daughter is young enough to think you're still cool and not embarrassing."

To see the little girl's heartwarming reaction, check out the video below: 

The woman featured is Somer Scandridge; a mom of two from Texas who describes herself as a "big kid for life". She'd ordered the costume online and decided to give it its debut while meeting her six-year-old daughter Madison at her school bus.

Eagle-eyed viewers will realize how good a decision this was; not only was Madison delighted to see her mom in costume, she was wearing a unicorn hairband and had a unicorn backpack, so her love of the mythical creature was apparent for all to see.

After the surprise, Somer shared the video on her Facebook page, where it quickly garnered a lot of attention.

"You are my inspiration. LOVE IT," one person commented.

Another gushed: "I love everything about this!"

A school bus. Credit: Pexels

"This is just adorable," wrote a third viewer.

While a fourth added: " I FREAKING LOVE YOU AND YOURE [sic] THE BEST MOM EVERRR!!!"

A mother and daughter. Credit: Facebook / Somer Scandridge

Somer explained why she'd bought the costume in the first place to local news outlet KTRK - it's all part of a family tradition.

"Every year, my 4-year-old son and my 6-year-old daughter pick out their Halloween costumes, and whatever they pick, we match them. My husband matches my son and I match my daughter," she said.

Needless to say, Madison is dressing up as a unicorn this Halloween.

"We're a super close family and do a lot of stuff together," Somer added.