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Toddler fakes a dramatic fall to grab mom's attention and it's an award-worthy act

The little one impressed viewers with her top-notch acting so well that they want her 'to be cast in the next K-drama.'

Toddler fakes a dramatic fall to grab mom's attention and it's an award-worthy act
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @therealgmachronicles

Never think that a toddler these days is innocent and thoughtless because they may have some hidden mischievous trick up their sleeves that will definitely baffle any adult. It is a known fact that young kids often throw tantrums or do something unruly to grab the attention of their guardians, specifically their mothers. According to The Beyond Sleep Training Project, toddlers are capable of fake crying, coughing and looking sad only to have someone pay attention to them and the little mischief-mongers succeed every time. A kid has been winning hearts online with her top-notch acting of falling hard on the floor.

Image Source: TikTok | @therealgmachronicles
Image Source: TikTok | @therealgmachronicles

A woman named Misty (@therealgmachronicles on TikTok) shared a video of her toddler daughter delivering the performance of a lifetime and proving that she is probably a future drama queen in the making. The overlay text on the video reads: "Acting 101. Take 2. If your initial fall isn't dramatic enough then keep falling until you tragically hit your head. That is exactly what her daughter does in the video. As a ball is tossed towards her to catch, she misses grabbing it and instead dramatically flops down on the floor as her mom plays along with her and reacts with a mock exclamation. 

When one fall isn't enough to draw out an appropriate reaction from her mom, the little girl rolls down on the floor once again and pretends to hit her head on the leg of a chair, feigning a serious "injury" as her mother finally pulls her up by the arm and the duo continues playing with the ball. Toddlers are all about testing boundaries and getting the biggest reaction possible out of their parents, so this faux fall makes perfect sense.

Image Source: TikTok | @therealgmachronicles
Image Source: TikTok | @therealgmachronicles

The TikTok audience was thrilled to see such a young kid knowing exactly what to do to get a big reaction from her mother and they left a bunch of wholesome comments for her as well. @aldous.fuxley joked: "Oh no not a head injury! Baby girl just kept going and going and going and going."

@bay_bay_boutique_ a clothing brand for kids also approached Misty in the comment section, wondering if her toddler could be a representative of their brand. Many others gushed at the little one's performance and cheered for the tiny drama queen.

Image Source: TikTok | @threecatsoneroof
Image Source: TikTok | @threecatsoneroof
Image Source: TikTok | @benriverstick
Image Source: TikTok | @benriverstick

Kids from every generation have sought the attention of their parents to an extent by various means but the current Gen Alpha is probably a step ahead with their pretend-play. Since they are growing up surrounded by rapid technological advancement, they perceive technology differently than any other generation and they often copy the adults around them who use any sort of tech, One mom spotted her toddler daughter pretending to make a payment with a phone after passing a drive-through and didn't even use a credit card or cash. Amy Elizabeth (@amyelizabeth24514 on TikTok) was hit with this realization when her toddler held a landline phone up to a scanner and pretended to "pay" for stuff she had purchased during her pretend-play session.

Image Source: TikTok | @amyelizabeth24514
Image Source: TikTok | @amyelizabeth24514

"In case you didn't feel old yet. Today my kids were playing drive-through like a coffee shop and they placed their order and went to pay. That was all ready for the credit card or cash exchange. You know, like how we played when we were little? Nope," the mom said in her video. The video then showed her daughter holding an old cordless phone for her mother to scan. "She pays by phone now," she concluded. Whether it was faking an injury to grab their mom's attention or pretending to use tech like a pro, by sharing this video clip, Elizabeth initiated a conversation about how modern technology is molding Gen Alpha's imaginations and how fast they are progressing.

Follow @therealgmachronicles on TikTok for more funny baby videos. You can also check out Amy Elizabeth (@amyelizabeth24514) on TikTok for parenting content.

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