Toddler has best reaction to mom’s Starbucks surprise: ‘She killed me with cuteness’

There’s nothing like a nice, comforting pick-me-up to brighten up your day. 

One toddler had the best reaction to her mother’s surprise treat. TikTok foodie and home chef Julie is no stranger to giving her daughter Bella snacks when the time is right. The mother usually vlogs about the meals she prepares for the toddler and records all of Bella’s feelings about them. 

But when the mom brought home a Starbucks steamer — a hot beverage made of steamed milk combined with flavored syrup — Bella just couldn’t hide her giddiness. 


That’s also my reaction when someone tells me they brought me Starbucks 😂 #starbucks #fyp #foryou

♬ original sound – Julie & Bella

“I got you Starbucks,” Julie told her daughter. 

“Starbucks!” Bella said with anticipation. 

“It’s a steamer,” the mom explained

The little girl held the Tall-sized steamer in her hands and took a sip. She looked completely satisfied. 

“Mmm. It’s a steamed milk!” Bella said with a chipper voice. 

“That’s also my reaction when someone tells me they brought me Starbucks,” Julie wrote in the video caption.

The adorable video racked up a whopping 17.8 million views and 2.5 million likes. 

“Excuse me; it’s against the law to be this cute,” a person commented

“She killed me with her cuteness,” another said

“She figured out what a steamer was faster than I did as a barista after six months,” a user joked

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