Once again we’re seeing a child saying the darndest thing.  She is a fiery, independent little wonder that needs absolutely NO HELP!

According to the Huffington Post, Ryan Hunley his little girl August and her sister, are in the car preparing to pull off when August begins to have problem with her car seat. But does she go into one of the average whiny little kid roles and beg the nearest parent to help her out?  Absolutely not!  She tells her dad to “worry about yourself.”

He can’t help but giggle when he asks her if she wants him to help her out. She morphs into a little old lady, fumbling with her belt and trying to tell everyone to leave her alone and let her get it done.

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