BEAVERTON, OR (KPTV/Meredith) – A 6-year-old girl was filming a craft tutorial when her dad decided to bust a move, and the hilarious moment is going viral. 

Delaney Jones was recording the video for her first-grade teachers in Beaverton, Oregon, unbeknownst to her father, Isaac Jones.

When the dad began dancing to "Uptown Funk" in the background, he didn't realize the video was going to be uploaded to the classroom app Seesaw for all of Delaney's teachers to see. 

"As I was looking through Delaney's Seesaw I was surprised when I came across a video that showed my husband dancing in the background of this craft tutorial she sent," Delaney's mom, Jennifer Jones, told "Good Morning America."

"As I continued to watch, I was laughing so hard tears were streaming."

The family posted the video to Facebook, where it's racked up more than 12 million views since Nov. 17.

Isaac said the positive comments they've received are heartwarming. 

"The biggest thing is taking in the moments as they come," he told KPTV. "Being crazy and goofy with your kids is a blessing. You know it's something that not everyone gets to experience, and you know they grow up super quick. So when those moments come, you have take them not be afraid to be a fool."

He said his wife is where the kids get their creativity.

"They never cease to amazing me with their creativity," he said. "My wife is incredibly talented. She decorated everything and built this home."

So what's next for the family?

"Stay tuned for a dancing tutorial for all dads out there. No, not really. I don't think anyone wants to dance like this," he said jokingly. "Absolutely bad dad moves are my forte. I've got that on lockdown."

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