Believe it or not, this little girl’s tears will totally brighten your day. In an adorable — but hilarious — video, this big sister completely loses it when she finds out that her super cute baby brother is not going to stay that way forever. Click inside to WATCH!
Sadie Miller, 5, and her 3-month-old brother, Carson, are the stars of the newest viral video featuring adorable kids. When someone delivers the devastating news that Carson is going to grow up one day, Sadie has a total meltdown and starts crying hysterically. You have to watch this video to see why Sadie can’t handle the idea of her baby brother growing up!
Little Girl Cries Over Baby Brother In Cute & Hilarious Video
Sadie Miller might be one of HollywoodLife.com’s new favorite people. She is TOO cute!
In this video, titled “Sadie Doesn’t Want Her Brother To Grow Up,” this sweet little girl has a complete and total breakdown over the fact that her baby brother will not stay a baby.
In fact, through tears, she leans over and kisses her brother Carson on the head multiple times while exclaiming, “I don’t want him to grow up! He’s so cute!”
Eventually Carson looks up at his hysterical sister and gives her the biggest and cutest smile you’ve ever seen from a 3-month-old baby.
Sadie, complete in an adorable purple Princess Sofia dress, leans over to kiss him once more and tells him, “Oh, you are SO cute.”
However, once the realization that people grow up really hits Sadie she makes another statement: “I don’t want to die when I’m a hundred!”
Oh, no! Sadie’s having a 5-year crisis!
Sadie and Carson’s father, Alex Miller, told Time that his daughter had previously expressed a fear of mortality, but not to this extent.
“She’s cried about not wanting to get older herself in the past, but this was the first time she was upset about her brother,” Alex wrote in an email to the outlet. “The funny thing is that this was totally out of the blue — we have no idea what prompted it.”
Aww, it’s okay Sadie! At least you and Carson will be growing up together, right?
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of this adorable viral video? Have you ever seen a kid lose it because their sibling was going to grow up? Let us know in the comments below!
— Stephanie Bray