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Between touring with Bruno Mars and being a mom, Ciara's plate is full. However, a new viral video proves that she hasn't short-changed either one of her important jobs.


On Halloween morning, Ciara posted a video of her rehearsing choreography... while holding baby Sienna.

She captioned the video saying,

"This is what a rehearsal looks like for me now:) She cried when I tried to put her down, so this was the result ❤️. She loves #Dance #MomLife #Dose"

Check out the video here.

While she may not fully be aware of the full capacity of her mom's fierceness, one-year-old Sienna clearly knows her mom's act is something she shouldn't miss out on.

She also looks completely comfortable lounging in Ciara's arms, despite being bounced around by the dance moves.

Later that night, Ciara, Sienna, and the rest of the family wowed the internet with their adorable Wakandan-themed family Halloween costume.

People everywhere are obsessed with the mom-daughter duo.





The internet is also impressed by Ciara's commitment to motherhood.





What will it take for Ciara to actually put baby Sienna in this number?

H/T: Scary Mommy, Twitter

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