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Little Jordan is hanging out with his family when he discovers something very scary: the vacuum cleaner! Whenever it turns on, his reactions to the loud noises are so cute.

Next, Sophia can't get enough of Flamin' Hot Cheetos. We can definitely relate to that. Her expressions whenever she eats them are much funnier than ours, though.

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Then, baby Olivia is trying to get a taste of some ice cream. Her big brother Madden keeps taking it away before she can reach it, though... Until she takes matters into her own hands, that is!

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