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Mom Shares 3-Yr-Old Toddlers’ Adorable Thoughts On Being Quarantined.

The novel coronavirus has affected everyone in some way, even the youngest among us.

Megan Elizabeth, a mom of three, has been following the guidelines to quarantine, so she’s had plenty of time to discuss self-isolation with her 3-year-old sons. Apparently, her words made quite an impression on the little guys!


Megan said she leaves the boys in their room every night while she puts their baby brother to bed. In the meantime, her Nest home camera captures their nightly conversations.

While their adorable chats always make the young mom smile, the one they had recently while they were practicing social distancing really took the cake!

As the two boys sit on the floor, we can clearly hear them saying, “We’re in quarantine.” That accurate announcement is quickly followed by several cries of, “Go away, germs!”


Next, the brothers turn their talk to springtime and batteries, which are all very important subjects for 3-year-olds. Of course, the entire conversation quickly devolves into a pillow fight.

“The two funniest people I know,” Megan wrote when she uploaded the video to TikTok. “They usually talk about what happened that day while I put the baby to sleep.”

Unsurprisingly, the video quickly went viral, and now these adorable brothers are bringing smiles to countless faces!


These little guys are such a bright spot amidst the uncertain news updates surrounding COVID-19. Thank you, Megan, for giving us this ray of sunshine – and a great reminder to keep things light when discussing heavy subjects with the kids in our lives.

Watch the cutest conversation you’ll see today in the video above, and don’t forget to share this story with your friends.

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