This free video is the perfect Christmas gift for you!
This video from the folks at Facebook is the ultimate holiday gift for anyone looking to share their Christmas memories online.
The video is a parody of Disney’s Frozen, with clips of people singing and dancing, including an adorable, adorable little baby.
Here’s a rundown of what you can expect:A lot of people may have been waiting to see this video because it was the subject of an earlier post.
In fact, it’s been out for a few days, and it looks like people are getting quite a bit of attention.
We’ve already seen some positive comments about it, and some people are saying they actually enjoyed it.
But the main thing is that you can watch it for free, so you’ll be able to see how it compares to other free videos.
In the video, the baby is the main focus of the video.
In real life, a baby is about 6 months old and weighs about 1.5 kilograms.
The baby in the video is called Olaf, and the video uses a mix of animation, sound effects, and clips from the film to create the look of a newborn.
It’s not exactly the most beautiful baby, but it looks very nice.
This video has been viewed over 8.5 million times on YouTube, which is a very respectable number for a Christmas video.
The number of views for the video has grown to over 1 million, so this is definitely a trend we’ll be seeing.
There’s also an interesting message that’s hidden behind the baby.
The message, “Christmas is not just a day to spend with family and friends, but a celebration of the most important gifts in the universe,” is the theme of the post.
“In celebration of this holiday season, Facebook is giving away over 40,000 Facebook-branded gift cards to anyone who shares this video.
You’ll get a special card for yourself, or to someone else for the holidays.
Get it while you still can!”
The video was originally posted in late December, but we saw it upstart early January, and then it was taken down early February.
That’s when people started sharing the video again, which made it the number one trending video on YouTube.