A family in San Diego has taken the world by storm after sharing hilarious and adorable videos of him and his daughters with the fans across the globe.
Sholom Ber Solomon and his daughters, 5-year-old Zoe Tegan and 3-year-old Olivia, can often be seen dressing up in funny videos shared to his Instagram page, which currently has more than 300,000 followers and 250 million views. From baroque-era opera stylings to costumed furry raccoons "eating" from the garbage, the quirky photos and videos have captured the hearts of many, per CBS 8.
Solomon first started making waves online six years ago when his wife, Carli, began sharing photos and clips of his funny antics on social media. When one video initially got 73 million views, he knew it was "big." The posts continued gaining traction and he never looked back.
"Now we are starting to deal with a percentage of the population of planet earth and that was like a little daunting," he said. Despite the online fame, however, he still doesn't get recognized when walking around his town. "That is shocking, isn't it?"
Since their daughters have been born, they've been making appearances in the videos alongside Solomon, whether they're dressed as ducks crossing the street, Oompa-Loompas helping Willy Wonka in the chocolate factory or as construction workers on the yellow brick road watching Dorothy (Solomon) happily skipping along.
Solomon has even used their internet fame to launch a line of baby pajama clothing, called Tegan and Ollie, inspired by Solomon's imagination, including "fun little designs" created by the cartoonist, the news outlet reports.
"I just want to get the kids everything that is possible for them to have in a fun environment. They are my everything. They are the best thing that ever happened to me," he said. "So having them be in a house that is fun with levity and enjoyment and a little silliness I don't think you can go wrong."