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Cashier Tells Two-Year-Old Her Doll Doesn’t Look Like Her, Her Response Will Touch Your Heart

Cashier Tells Two-Year-Old Her Doll Doesn’t Look Like Her, Her Response Will Touch Your Heart

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Quite a lot of grown ups have a view that a child’s perspective of the world’s naive and innocent.

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What these adults often forget is that kids are actually intelligent and creative thinkers.

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Instead of dismissing children, we should encourage their brave and bold thinking.

We could learn a thing or two from them.

2-year-old Sophia Benner, South Carolina, has a lot to teach the world.

This incredible child went shopping with her mom, Brandi, in Target.

This shopping trip celebrated an important milestone for Sophia.

Her parents had promised little Sophia that after 1 whole month of doing her business on the potty training toilet, she would be rewarded with a prize of her choice from Target.

So, as promised, Sophia was able to explore the aisles of Target to claim her prize for her hard work and determination.

Sophia picked out a new doll to bring home.

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Cashier Tells Two-Year-Old Her Doll Doesn’t Look Like Her, Her Response Will Touch Your Heart

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