Kel Mitchell Shares Adorable Video Blow-Drying Daughter Wisdom's Braids: 'Love These Moments'
Kel Mitchell is dad to son Honor Johari-Rice, 6 months, and daughter Wisdom, 3, plus daughter Allure, 19, and son Lyric, 21
Kel Mitchell is always looking out for his kids.
On Wednesday, the All That star, 42, posted an adorable video to Instagram in which the dad of four helps daughter Wisdom, 3, blow-dry her hair after she accidentally got her braids wet during a bath.
In the sweet clip, the actor makes sure to dry each individual braid so that his daughter doesn't have to go to sleep with wet hair. As he stands behind his little girl, whom he shares with wife Asia Lee, Wisdom sings a song to herself.
"A Dad's gotta do what a Dad's gotta do," Mitchell begins the caption. "Wisdom took her shower cap off and dipped under the water during her bath time and got her braids wet, her hairstyle that @therealasialee did for her still looks good so I just needed to dry it, can't have her go to bed with wet hair. So I'm drying each braid."
Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories.
"Love these moments," Mitchell raves, teasing that he has "[no] idea what song she is singing though. ♥️🤣 🛀"
Back in December, Mitchell spoke to PEOPLE about having a full house, and how his older kids have been getting along with baby Honor.
"[Wisdom's] kinda getting used to it 'cause now it's like, 'Okay, I'm a big sister now. He's getting some of my attention. What's going on?' So we've been helping her get through that by her helping us," Mitchell said. "So it's like, 'This is for the baby — grab this for the baby.' She's been excited to do that."
RELATED VIDEO: Mom Spends 20 Hours Combing 150 Velcro-Like Toys Out of 6-Year-Old Daughter's Hair: 'Worst Mom Nightmare'
As for the seasoned older siblings, Allure and Lyric, "They're loving it," Mitchell told PEOPLE, joking, "Now with the older ones, you have someone who can babysit, as well!"
Mitchell's favorite part about fatherhood, he revealed, is simply watching his kids grow, "because every child is different and you have to spend time with them each individually and learn them."
"I think that's just awesome ... how beautiful it is seeing them learn and navigate the journey through life," the Good Burger star added. "I'm just happy God is allowing me to be their parent, because they're His children but it's just awesome that He left me with them."