2-year-old promises she won’t ‘fuss’ if mom gives her more sugar: ‘Her negotiation skills are everything’

A little girl with a sweet tooth didn’t want any “fussin'” from her mom

Mother of two Karalea Pleau-Pior has 1.7 million followers on TikTok. The mom shares funny videos about her two daughters, 2-year-old Franki and baby Stevie.

During snack time, Pleau-Pior showed how Franki took dessert very seriously. 

“Mummy, I want to put some sweet in there,” Franki said of adding extra brown sugar to her snack. 

“No, you’ve already put a lot of sweet in there, babe,” Pleau-Pior replied

But the toddler was not ready to take no for an answer. She pleaded with her mother. 

“One more time, no fussin’. A little bit in there, mum. One last time! No fussin’!” Franki said. 

The adorable little girl was a tough negotiator. Even mom had a hard time putting her foot down. 

“How do I say no to you?” the mother asked. 

“You don’t,” the precocious little girl responded. 

The hilarious video racked up 7.6 million views. TikTok was smitten with Franki’s confidence. 

“Her negotiation skills are everything,” one user commented

“I’m using ‘no fussin’ every time I ask for something from now on,” another wrote

“Precious sweetie. I couldn’t deny anything to her either,” someone said

Pleau-Pior explained in the comment section what ‘no fussin’ means. “She’s saying she won’t fuss anymore (ask anymore) if I give it one last time.” With that in mind, it sounds like Franki was making a pretty fair trade! 

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