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Toddler adorably gets agitated when big brother doesn't listen to his wholesome message for him

A toddler gets adorably frustrated when his brother doesn't give him attention and he expresses it in the cutest way ever.

Toddler adorably gets agitated when big brother doesn't listen to his wholesome message for him
Cover Image Source: Instagram | @rogan.alexander

Toddlers can be undeniably adorable and very expressive with their emotions. They turn out to be quite cute and funny when they want to express something serious. The mother of Rogan Alexander (@rogan.alexander), an adorable boy who has 3 older brothers, recently posted an adorable video where the little munchkin can be seen trying to get one of his brothers' attention. The clip has become incredibly popular on Instagram, amassing 2.2 million views and 140,701 likes. 

Image Source: Instagram | @rogan.alexander
Image Source: Instagram | @rogan.alexander

The little boy is seated at the dining table at the start of the video and is visibly trying to get his brother's attention. Seeing how he is not responding, he stands up on his knees and passionately exclaims, "Bubby, listen to me. My high today was seeing you." He points at him in the most adorable manner going on about how he was not paying him attention. One of the parents sees how frustrated he is and tells the brother how his little brother is trying to get his attention. 

Image Source: Instagram | @rogan.alexander
Image Source: Instagram | @rogan.alexander

 
 
 
 
 
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The toddler hilariously says, "You're not listening. you did it to me." At this point, his brother asks him what he said. The toddler suddenly calms down and says with a smile, "My high today was seeing you." His brother replies that he also loves seeing him and the clip concludes. People were touched by the video and shared their thoughts in the comments section. @bee_rozay_ said, "Bubby better get it together! His little smile at the end." @travelinglatina86 expressed, "What a little sweetheart. Children are truly a blessing from God!" 

Image Source: Instagram| @hannahejacob
Image Source: Instagram | @hannahejacob

Siblings really have a wholesome and everlasting bond between them. Many a time, kids who welcome a baby brother or sister into their family become very protective of them. Hannah Jacob, who goes by @hannahejacob, shared a heartwarming video where her older daughter took her baby brother in her hands. She is quite happy to hold the baby boy. Soon enough, she becomes quite protective, holding his tiny fingers and telling her mom, "You're not going to get him back from me. I am going to hold him for 1 thousand hours." 

Image Source: Instagram| @hannahejacob
Image Source: Instagram | @hannahejacob

The mother plays along and tries to reason with her, saying, "But that's my baby." The little girl promptly replies, "It's my baby." She then proceeds to tell her mother that she will be taking her brother outside and that she will be putting a jacket on him so that he won't be cold. "I'll put a jacket on boff of us," she says. The mother is very curious to know where her daughter wants to take her brother. She apparently wants to go to Walmart. 

Image Source: Instagram| @hannahejacob
Image Source: Instagram| @hannahejacob

"What are you going to get him?" the mother asks. The girl informs her that she will buy him baby toys, touching her cheek to his. The mother asks her, "Don't you think he needs some milk?" She replies in agreement, at which point the mother asks her how she plans to feed him. She thinks for a bit and says, "I'm going to put it in a bottle and put it in him mouth." The duo engage in a little more hilarious conversation before the clip concludes. 

You can follow Rogan Alexander (@rogan.alexander) on Instagram for more adorable toddler content. 

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