Kids are so precious when they want to help, and one Southern mom's video of her helpful little boy, Jake, has gone viral because it's just so darn cute.
Chrystal Logsdon posted a video of one of her sons helping her make the grocery list. The adorable Southern boy has the cutest accent, and though he can't say "spaghetti" properly, it just makes it that much more heartwarming to hear him add "sketti" to the list. He also adds "matos," presumably for the sketti.
When mom gets ready to wrap up the list, he protests in a way that's sure to make you smile. Check out the video for your daily dose of precious.
"I was makin' my grocery list and he come over to me and he was like 'I want to help.' And he asked for pad of paper and a pen, and he just started rattlin' stuff off," Logsdon told WKBO News.
Logsdon said she had no idea the adorable video would have such an impact.
"I thought it was really cute," she said. "But I didn't think it was viral video cute. But it was. Everybody really loved it. And so it just blew up from there."
Not only has he went viral, but the Kentucky boy's helpful nature earned him $10,000 on America's Funniest Home Videos.
"He's like a old person in a little person's body. He says some of the funniest things," Logsdon told WKBO. "And he's really a sweet kid. He has a good heart."
Little Jake has a popular Facebook blog called "Life According to Jake Boone" and over 38K subscribers to his Life According to Jake Boone Youtube channel. There you can find him helping with farm work and reviewing John Deere toys.
This post was originally published in 2017.