There's nothing like a new baby sister to put a damper on whole "only child" thing you had going on. Believe me, I know.

I know exactly how this adorable temper tantrum throwing toddler feels, because once upon a time I was that adorable temper tantrum throwing toddler. Honestly, the fit I threw over the birth of my sister puts this little episode to shame. I remember it like it was yesterday, the year was 1992 ...

The sun was shinning on a glorious August morning -- the day before my fourth birthday, to be exact -- when my grandparents came into my room to tell me that my mom had a baby. Oh man, to say I was excited is an understatement. I leaped out of bed ready to meet my new baby brother, the baby brother I had always wanted. And then, it happened, my grandparents spoke the 5 words I never wanted to hear "you have a baby sister". Before I could even try and react like a rational, mature 3-year-and-364-day old child, I threw myself to the ground and pulled out all the classic temper tantrum moves. I was crying, screaming, kicking, punching the floor, snotting uncontrollably and I probably let out a few toddler-esque curse words like "butt head", "fart sniffer" or "dumb face". I meant it when I said I put that little girl in the video to shame.

Eventually my grandparents tricked me into going to the hospital and when I finally saw the little life ruiner, that my parents named Laura, the first words out of my mouth were "Wait, let's name her Emily so we can be twins!" Clearly, I didn't understand the concept of "twins", but that didn't matter because I had a beautiful little sister and I knew from the moment I saw her that we would be besties for life. All of that crying and screaming was a complete waste of precious sisterly bonding time.

What's the moral of the story? I honestly don't really know, but I do know that in 20 years that devastated little 2 year old will be watching this video with her sister and laughing. Plus, how many sisters can say they were YouTube famous before one of them even left the hospital? That's impressive.

[via, Rumble Viral]

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