Little Girl Gives Hilarious Dinner Performance

One little girl turned in an absolutely hilarious dinner-eating performance.

God constantly and consistently demonstrates His love for us in the many ways He touches and blesses our lives. As great as His gifts and blesses are, most people would completely agree that His greatest blessing is children and making us parents. 

Whether through giving birth or adoption, welcoming children in your home will forever change your life. They add so much joy and love to life. Yes, they can aggravate and wear down your nerves and energy, but there is nothing like being a mother or a father. 

Children are also fascinating. Because they are still learning and growing, they will do some things that will have you doubled over with laughter. They usually have an interesting way of looking at and doing boring everyday things, like eating dinner.

A video posted on YouTube shows a young woman taking an interesting approach to dinner. She wanted to fool her parents into thinking she had eaten dinner. Her method was unconventional, to say the least. 

The short clip shows the child, Cali, sitting in a highchair with a plate in front of her and a fork with food in her hand. The young woman hoped to get through dinner quickly and enjoy some dessert, which would be ice cream.

Hoping to fool her parents into believing she was eating her meal, the young woman pretends to bite and ingest the food on her fork. She even bobs her head up and down, acting as if she is enjoying a meal she is not eating.

It’s unclear if the child was able to fool her mother and father successfully or not. But from her mother’s prodding and encouragement in the clip, I’m guessing that mom was not deceived. 

However, it was still hilarious and was worth a shot, especially for ice cream. 

Proverbs 22:6 “If a child is trained up in the right way, even when he is old, he will not be turned away from it.”

Source: Today
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