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This Little Girl Just Started Kindergarten and She's Already Over ItKindergarten was not what she expected!by Anne Winberry .
Ah, kids. One minute they’re the kindest, sweetest little angels and then the next, they’re as moody and grumpy as can be. Especially when they’re off to school — they start the day with smiles on their faces and then by the end of the day, your kid starts throwing a tantrum or has a meltdown.
A little girl in Illinois, United States who had just started kindergarten showed that she was obviously not into school in a video shared on Twitter on August 7, 2018.
Mom Rebeca Maldonado shared a video of her daughter, Brielle, waiting to be dismissed from her first day of kindergarten. “How my daughter feels about starting kindergarten,” she tweeted.
How my daughter feels about starting kindergarten pic.twitter.com/iCkoldr11E— abolish I.C.E (@PonyGinuwinemp3) August 7, 2018
In the first few seconds, Brielle can be seen walking through the line to be picked up. She’s wearing a paper crown and although her face looks unhappy, she still gives a timid “high-five” to one of the teachers as a goodbye.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
After she goes past the teacher, though, the little girl, who is frowning, walks over to her mom and immediately removes her crown. As the video ends, she throws it at the camera.
“She said she was ready to leave because they didn’t get to just play all day [laughing emjoi],” Maldonado told Storyful.
Well, we hope the succeeding days get better, kid! Cheer up!
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Credit: Rebeca Maldonado via Storyful
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