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A little two year old South African toddler from Durban is going viral for being too terribly cute!


Taylor’s mom, Kim Morrison, says she started a Facebook page for her daughter to help spread the joy her little one has brought to her but she never expected it to get so big, so quickly.

The Facebook page, Taylor’s “Terrible/Cute Two’s”, which was started earlier this month, has already gained over 20 000 followers and the videos keep racking up views.

Her latest installment shows little Taylor arguing with her mom after she’s been put in the naughty corner. The video which was uploaded two days ago, has already been viewed almost half a million times.

And the internet can’t get enough of little Taylor, who is bringing smiles to everyone who follows her.

Mary Hughes posted: “Oh my goshh…she is adorable. …..well spoken for her age as she only turned 3 years…straight forward attitude..…..and also a Miss take no nonsense little girl….she is also a good listener..….Our future politician for South Africa.”

Joeleen Valentine Anderson added: “Taylor “Boss Baby”… you make me smile more than often in a week. I pray the Lord keeps you well and your parents too. Thank you mom for sharing Taylor with us. She’s my favorite celeb right about now..”

Karen Sugden Meskin commented: “This little girl Taylor is just too frigging cute for words! Keep the videos coming!! She just puts a smile on everyone’s faces, and can brighten up ur day!! Thanks for sharing all these funny, cute little moments with us!”

Kaleen Terrelonge said: “I can’t take how cute she is!! and that accent is everything!!!!!!”

Watch her latest video below:

Sources: Facebook
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