A video that features an amazingly adorable 6-year-old girl pleading with her mom to make nice with her divorced husband has gone viral.
Compliments of the Facebook user, Cherish Sherry, millions of people around the world got the chance to witness a priceless moment in time.
Sherry's daughter, Tiana, apparently shot to stardom, not due to her loveable face and chunky cheeks.
Instead, it's the advice she offered to her mom after the woman argued over a shoe rack with her estranged husband -- Tiana's father, according to a Fox29 report.
Sherry prefaced the video of the 6-year-old Dear Abby-esque mini-me daughter with some history of the fight that led to her beloved giving a lesson in civility. Buzzfeed said the footage has been viewed over 5 million times.
"Must watch!! After came back from badminton I Open the garage door try to drive my car in and heard Tiana voice yelling 'stopped mama!!' My shoe rack fallen down in the garage all over 50 pairs of shoes and the rack are on the ground.Sherry said Tiana offered to help the pair put the shoes back on the rack. It was at that moment the feuding grownups got some schooling from the unexpected source. Without warning, the adolescent girl said, "Why you guys don't try to be nice to each other...like a friends helping each other don't get mad and be happy?"
"I get out of the car walk into the garage And Alfred came out yelling to me that my shoes rack was suck!! Complaining I bought a cheap shoes racks good for nothing!on and on..And I told him to just move get out of the way if he doesn't want to help then go away!as I get upset so didn't make it sound nice and friendly..."
Sherry admitted being stunned and stopped in her tracks by her daughter's advice. It was clear the girl was taking part in a teaching moment -- enough to wake the adults up from their walking nightmares. Later, she sat down with her daughter and listened to her three-minute unscripted advice on being kind and happy, despite being divorced from her father. Thankfully, she caught the priceless moment on tape.
"Just try your best. I don't want you and my dad to be replaced and meanies again. I want you and my dad to be placed as settled and be friends."Sherry said her 6-year-old daughter's moving advice brought her to tears. We are you not to reach for the tissue.
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