Clearly doesn’t understand the word “no”

Kara has two great and pure loves in this life.

She loves Elmo, and she loves crackers. Elmo, crackers, Elmo, crackers, Elmo, crackers!

Elmo & Crackers

This video is proof that she has no clue what the word NO means! That, or she just hears it way, way too much.

Haha, love her.

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  1. J aimerais gagner !

  2. so cute !!! should have been longer

  3. That is way too cute. I love the last couple of ‘no’s. I was about to say I can’t wait till my baby girl is that age but I’m trying to really savor all my baby’s stages because she may be my last. Cute video. Love it. :D

  4. Aren’t you the lucky one! She has no idea what NO means!! Too cute!

  5. LOL, that’s too funny. I actually had a onesie for my (now 13yr old) when she was little that said “My name is No-No” :)

  6. I just want to eat her up. She is such a cutie!

  7. Cute :)
    She says “Amma” and “Thattha”
    meaning Mom and Father respectively :)

  8. oh my goodness! She is too cute!

  9. I didn’t tell my son “No” at this age…I”d tell him “Christopher that is not necessary.” Then one day while we were at my Grandma’s house and he was doing something he wasn’t supposed to be doing I told him “Christopher..” and he interrupted with “not nessary”….guess he told me.

  10. So funny! My kids said no to everything like that, too!

  11. Oh my her “no” is adorable!!!:)

  12. That is adorable. My kids all did the same thing at about her age. They said ‘No’ to everything.

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