There’s a lot of crazy stuff happening in the news cycle, but Kylie Jenner did the country a service and released a little wholesome comic relief featuring her very cute and and very polite two-year-old daughter Stormi Webster. In honor of Halloween, Jenner posted a holiday-themed cookie baking video on her YouTube where the two, dressed in matching Snoopy PJs, baked sugar cookies and decorated them.
Stormi was very into mixing the ingredients and pouring a lot of sprinkles on everything. It was messy—she’s two, that’s to be expected—but absolutely adorable, with Stormi starting to clean at one point and speaking to the camera every now and then. She’s truly a star, but that’s in her genes with two celebrity parents:
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“Peace out, camera!” Stormi said when Jenner was about to put the cookies into the oven to cook. At another point, when Jenner told Stormi that she loved baking cookies with her, Stormi replied back, “Oh, that’s cute, Mommy.”
Jenner later asked Stormi what she was going to be for Halloween. “A pumpkin,” Stormi said.
Jenner told the camera,”it changes everyday,” then gently pressed her daughter to reveal her real costume. Stormi finally revealed she is going to be “a Minion.”
“You’re going to be the purple Minion and me and daddy are going to be the yellow Minions,” Jenner said. (Count on those costumes being custom-made: Jenner goes all out for the holiday and usually enlists designers to create costumes for her and her family. Stormi, for example, was dressed up as Jenner at the Met Gala last year.)
The full video is eight minutes long and guaranteed to make you smile, even if it’s just for a little:
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