2-Yr-Old Shows Off Adorable Intelligence With Rapid Fire Questions From Mom.

Toddler Veronica deep in thought as she sits at the dining room table.

In 2009, baby Veronica might have been the smartest toddler on earth. From politics to pop culture and bedtime stories, this little baby could fire off dozens of facts that she had memorized.

But Veronica did more than recite facts; she also did impressions of celebrities like the Cool Aid Man, Michael Jackson, and rapper Lil Jon. In a video showing off these skills, Mom asked her questions like “Who is the president?” and “Who is the vice president?” which Veronica answered with ease. She followed up by asking about iconic characters like Homer, Borat, and more.

Of course, Mommy had to throw in her favorite question: “How much do you love Mommy?” Each question and answer is more adorable than the last!

“I took this video of my daughter days after her 2nd birthday,” her Mom captioned the video. “This is just a small sample of what she knows.”

Mom never guessed that the video would take off like it has! Since first sharing it on YouTube, it’s gotten over 34 million views!

“I took this video to send to family out of state so they could see her and her charming personality,” Mom continued. “She loves to perform. I had no idea so many people would be interested in seeing my baby!”

Watch the talented (and adorable) Veronica in the video below, and don’t forget to share to spread a smile today!

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