Adorable Toddler Scolds Her Dad For Leaving The Toilet Seat Up
There is no doubt that toddler learns from their parents, the way they behave, they use the same phrases their parents use. Girls want to be pretty like their mothers and boys love to be strong like their dads. But, not in this case!
In this video, we have a brilliant little girl who wants to teach his dad some manners. The lesson is not to leave the toilet paper seat up! Check out this hilarious video, and for the men and boys out there, we hope you will all learn the lesson.
One exasperated toddler told her dad off for one of the biggest male crimes - not putting the toilet seat down 'for the girls'. It seems that this bossy toddler was up to here with her father for leaving the seat up in the bathroom. Giving him a piece of her mind, the confident three-year-old said: "How many times do I have to tell you when you put the seat up, and I tell you to put it down?" Isn't that just adorable? Talk about one cute moment that this family will surely remember for the rest of their lives!
This little girl is quite talkative for being just 3 years old! She is not afraid to speak her mind which can be a blessing and a curse. Maybe when she gets older, she will pursue a career as a lawyer, she would be good at it!
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Please share this adorable video with your family and friends as it will surely make them smile! This is one clip that no one should ever want to miss out on!
How many women out there rolled their eyes about the toilet seat? We all know that your first thought was like ‘Men, they are all the same, right?’ However, luckily this family has this smart daughter that will teach her father a lesson, that he will never forget again.
Bradlee Rae Hayes might be young. However, she's as of now chosen she won't represent this sort of behavior. Watch the video above, where she criticizes her father Jeremiah for his unfortunate propensity, and you won't have the capacity to keep down your chuckling. This cheeky baby totals up against a standout amongst the most irritating things about living with men, and her rage is very relatable.
Even though her dad tries to defend his behavior, she won't let him have his way and tells him that he need to put the seat down on his own, not her, not her mom, he has to do it. Way to go, Bradlee!
So, women, wives, girlfriends, daughters, mothers, the next time you ask the man of your home to put down the toilet seat, we profoundly prescribe using Bradlee's confidence.