ParentDish.com posted an article about this viral YouTube video of Jessica, an adorable four-year-old girl with curlicues. Standing on top of her bathroom sink, Jessica proudly and defiantly shouts out what she loves about her life. Watch the cute video called “Jessica’s Daily Affirmation”:

 

Here is what Jessica was saying to the mirror:

“My whole house is great. I can do anything good. I like my school. I like anything. I like my dad. I like my cousins. I like my aunts. I like my Allisons. I like my moms. I like my sisters. … I like my hair. I like my haircuts. I like my pajamas. I like my stuff. I like my room. I like my whole house. My whole house is great. I can do anything good. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I can do anything good, better than anyone!”

Jessica is actually 12-years-old now. You can also watch a video interview with Jessica on ParentDish.com.

For more videos and photos of cute kids, visit Beliefnet’s blog “Your Daily Cuties.”

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