Unless you have a toddler of your own, understanding the babble of those whose speech is at a pitch you're not accustomed to can be a challenge.
But that doesn't make this 2-year-old's message to her "Papi" any less adorable. Plus, her parents were kind enough to include captions, translating toddler-speak for everyone else.
The little girl nicknamed by her parents "The Chech." (Image source: The Chech/Facebook)
Alexandria Sofia, nicknamed "The Chech" by her parents on her social media accounts, which are maintained by mom and dad, was born with a "ridiculous personality, since Day 1," according to her Facebook page.
She hasn't been active Facebook for a couple years now since her birth, but started to amp up when mom posted her birthday message to Papi last week. She has since been stealing virtual hearts.
"You give me arepetias. You give me pan. You give me besitos," The Chech said using Spanish words for a fritter, of sorts, bread and kisses. "You have the best besitos ever."
What papi wouldn't be thrilled by this little girl telling him how much she loves him and all he does for her. (Image source: YouTube video screenshot)
Lucky for Papi, this little girl wearing a University of Florida Gators shirt, loves watching sports with him.
"Chomp chomp chomp," she said making the Gator fan biting gesture followed by this fierce face (below).
This is the face you get after a little Gator fan does the "chomp, chomp, chomp." (Image source: YouTube video screenshot)
She went on to voice her support for a Colombian team, the Miami Heat (LeBron James, specifically) and confirmed that she's against the Florida State Seminoles.
Notice the outfit change into what appears to be a tiny Miami Heat jersey. (Image source: YouTube video screenshot)
And then the crescendo. A rendition of "Happy Birthday" that ended with a kiss.
Muah! (Image source: YouTube video screenshot)
Watch the adorable video (which the mother told Buzzfeed is a compilation of an hour conversation spliced together) and see if it doesn't make your Monday better:
Chech's mother, Amanda, is maintaining a blog of her family's activities so "5 years, 10 years, 20 years when my daughters (sic) mini voice changes, and her tiny clothes magically quadruple in size… I will have this blog."
(H/T: Huffington Post)