Toddler Hilariously Tells It Like It Is—Without Saying a Word


An adorable toddler has gone viral for standing her ground and telling it like it is without actually saying a word! 

The little girl, Emersyn, first warmed hearts when her mother, Jessica Isenberg, posted a video of her on Instagram in September. In it, the then 18-month-old is showing some serious attitude and airing her frustrations about something that had happened between and a family member. However, Emersyn couldn’t talk yet, so everything was coming out in babbles and body language. 

The story made it to Storyful a few weeks later and proved that sometimes you don’t need to use your words to effectively communicate. 

In the video, Emersyn is arguing with her grandma and uncle, Dawson. She Stands with her arms crossed and seemingly accuses her grandma of wronging her. 

“Me? I didn’t do anything,” her grandma says. “I didn’t do anything. Is it Dawson?”

The ticked-off toddler continues to babble and point at her grandma. She shows a hilarious sass and refuses to stand down. 

“Don’t point your finger at me. Is it Dawson?” her grandma asks. 

Emersyn crosses her arms and looks sideways for a moment then jumps back into “telling” her grandma what she’s so upset about. 

Finally, Emersyn, or Emmy as her grandma calls her, wins the fight. Her grandma decides to say “sorry” for whatever she did to make the little girl so furious. 

“I sorry,” she says. 

She asks for a kiss, but Emmy refuses to forgive her. 

“I agree with her. She made some valid points,” a commenter joked. 

“A future House Speaker!!” another cheered. “She sure makes a good point!!”

“Now that’s a lot of sass for a pint-sized little person!” someone laughed. “Those folded arms, that killed me!”

We don’t know exactly what went down, but we’re on Emersyn’s side, and we’re happy that her grandma was mature enough to apologize for her wrongdoings. 

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