Toddler crushed when parents tell her she can't have boyfriend

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Kennedy came home last night and told her daddy she has a boyfriend and he told her she couldn't have one so she started crying! I had to video this! I'm sure this is the first of many arguments over boyfriends but we didn't expect the first one to be at 2! #daddysinforit #dramaqueen

Posted by Chelsea Kirkland on Sunday, September 6, 2015


Isn't it the worst when your parents don't approve of your boyfriend?

Well, a 2-year-old from Alabama learned just how cruel love can be. Chelsea Kirkland from Fruitdale, AL recorded her daughter's reaction when told she was too young to have a boyfriend.

In the video she uploaded to Facebook, Chelsea's daughter Kennedy comes home to tell her father about her new beau, Jared. However, when Kennedy finds out about her dad's disapproval, the toddler gets emotional.

"I do have a boyfriend," says Kennedy.
"You don't have a boyfriend," her father responds.

Cue the adorable waterworks.

Her father simply states that Kennedy is too young. Way too young.

"You're not allowed to have a boyfriend until you're 50," he tells the crying two-year-old.

"I'm sure this is the first of many arguments over boyfriends but we didn't expect the first one to be at 2!" Chelsea wrote in the description of the video.

According to Fox 4, the mom plans to keep the video to show whenever Kennedy gets her first real boyfriend.

It'll be alright, Kennedy. This girl who just found out she's going to be a big sister is just as sad as you:
Girl Starts Crying When Her Parents Tell Her She Will Be A Big Sister


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