The kicker in the entire video has to be his Southern accent. As he repeats all the items each time his mom asks him to write them down, the little boy’s accent has you “aww-ing” all over his speech! So, be prepared to listen to some of the cutest words spoken by a toddler — “taco stuff” and “lettuce” just to name a few.

Studies show that children pick up their parents’ dialect at as early as six months of age. They’ll take in everything that’s being said to them in their early stages, and as soon as they’re able to talk, you’ll hear mom and dad’s lilt and/or accent in the baby’s speech. It’s so interesting to see how the world works, isn’t it?

Click on the link below and watch the little boy write mommy’s grocery list in the cutest way you may ever see!

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