Crying two-year-old little girl pretends she isn't crying
The 2-year-old girl pretends she isn't crying when her mother asks her to stop crying.

Children are wonderful gifts that God gives to us. After the hard word hours of a long day, perhaps you just want to go home to look at your beautiful children. Every action and gestures of children can make us smile.

In this video, the little girl is crying for some reasons, when her mother ask her to stop crying, she pretends she isn't crying. The 2-year-old girl struggles to hold back her tears.

''Are you crying" Mom asked

"No, I'm nice. I'm happy!" she told her mother when she was crying.

"Do you wanna watch Sophia?'' Mom asked.

"I think I'm a little bit tired". Little girl told her mother at the end of the clip.

Do you know that pretend play is important to your child's development?

Young children learn by imagining and doing. Have you ever watched your child pick up a stone and pretend it is a zooming car, or hop a Lego across the table as if it were a person or a bunny? Your child is using an object to represent something else while giving it action and motion. But this pretend play is not as simple as it may seem. The process of pretending builds skills in many essential developmental areas.

When your child engages in pretend (or dramatic) play, he is actively experimenting with the social and emotional roles of life. Through cooperative play, he learns how to take turns, share responsibility, and creatively problem-solve.

Kids can do a perfect imitation of mom, dad, and the teacher! Pretend play helps your child understand the power of language.

Pretend play provides your child with a variety of problems to solve. Whether it's two children wanting to play the same role or searching for the just right material to make a roof for the playhouse, your child calls upon important cognitive thinking skills that he will use in every aspect of his life, now and forever.

'No, I'm nice. I'm happy!'

2-year-old girl pretends she isn't crying.

Obviously, children's development needs help from their parents. Therefore, let's spend more time for your child!

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Source video: Newsflare

Source: Scholastic

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