Cute Toddler Urges Mom To Play Barbie, Uses Different Negotiating Tactics [Watch]

Barbie dolls are shown in the toy department of a retail store in Encinitas, California October 14, 2014. |

Kids, as young as they are, only have one thing in mind and that is to play. Lucky are those who have siblings, but for those who don't have one, they need to depend on their parents' participation to have some fun.

Arianna Martin is not exempted in such situations. A video from Caters Clips sees Arianna persuading her mother to come and go outside her bedroom so that they can play with Barbie dolls. What makes the video so hilarious is the fact that the four-year-old says her piece of mind like some grown-up woman. On top of that, viewers will be amazed on how the little one switches her persuasion techniques like a pro just to get her mother out of bed.

"If you don't want to play with me, that's fine, just tell me," she said, rather emphatically.

Rachel, her mother, clarified that she does really want to play with Arianna but not in the living room. As if she's about to break down, the kid suddenly changed her tone. "Please, just do it for me," she said and the added, "Please don't let me spank you."

This cracked up her mother who now can't get hold of herself laughing. Arianna went on to tell her mother to just get on with it, otherwise she'll have to use that "kind of attitude."

Sensing that her mother won't give in to her way, the adorable girl decided to walk out and dropped the guilt trip."If you wanna play with me, I'll be in the living room," she said.

The elder emphasized that she would want to play but Arianna has to meet halfway with her terms.

As if on cue, the girl stormed back in the room, looking ever more determined than before saying, "This is the last time I'm gonna say it, get out of your bed, take your phone, shut the TV off…" and then they'll play.

Mommy Rachel just sniggered and further explained why she can't go outside. Check out the full conversation in the video below:

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