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Two-year-olds just do the darndest things.

Boarding a plane ranks pretty low on our list of “favorite parts of vacation.” But one charming two-year-old sure made boarding a recent flight headed to Raleigh a lot more fun for all of his fellow passengers.

 

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Guy Jakubowicz made his captivating entrance aboard a Southwest Airlines flight from Kansas City International Airport bound for Raleigh with mom, Ayla Jakubowicz. The adorable toddler, tucking his blanket under one arm, fist-bumped his way along the aisle lighting up the whole plane with instant glee.

"My son on the campaign trail, attempting to win the hearts of airline passengers in the hopes of becoming the next Southwest ambassador," Ayla wrote on instagram. “He is making flying the friendly skies even friendlier with one fist bump at a time!" Watch her video below.

The young boy first learned about fist-bumping aboard a flight to Dallas when he was 18-months-old. His obsession with the move has been going strong ever since.

We’re channeling this tot’s contagious positive energy next time we feel less than thrilled about boarding our next flight. We may not be as cute as Guy, but it’s a good reminder that a thoughtful gesture and smile go a long way.