Gavin Newsom Address
California Gov. Gavin Newson's two-year-old son made his inaugural speech memorable by wandering the stage. Governor Gavin Newsom delivers his inaugural address as his son Dutch, 2, walks on stage on January 7, 2019 in Sacramento, California. Gavin Newsom will begin his first term after serving as the 42nd Mayor of San Francisco as well as Lieutenant Governor of California since 2010 alongside outgoing governor Jerry Brown Getty Images/Stephen Lam

The inaugural speech by California Gov. Gavin Newsom will be remembered not only for the words he spoke that day but for the actions of his young children during the event.

As the 40th governor to the state gave his address, his two-year-old son Dutch wandered on stage with his binky in hand. Newsom scooped the little boy up and kissed him on the cheek in a tender moment that stole the hearts of the crowd.

As Newsom continued on with his speech to California voters, Dutch had something else in mind. The boy began to walk the stage to the delight of the audience as his mother, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, did her best to get him to come down off the stage.

Dutch was staying put. Even his seven-year-old brother Hunter couldn’t get the little one to budge. Finally, Jennifer was able to pick Dutch up and bring him back to their seats in the audience.

One might think that this was the end of Dutch’s performance, but soon there he was back on the stage again.

The crowd enjoyed the light moment that Dutch provided laughing in unison at every move he made. Newsom didn’t miss a beat and continued on with his address touching on the issues affecting California.