Viral video shows little girl in tears about growing up

By Jade Cunningham |

Published 07/31 2014 05:45AM

Updated 07/31 2014 06:19AM

CNN -- 

You would expect, maybe someone a bit older to cry and complain about getting older and death.

But there's a new viral video showing a 5-year-old who's already asking questions about her little brother.

Move over Peter Pan, 5-year-old Sadie Miller, wants her baby brother, Carson, in Neverland.

"I don't want him to grow up!" cried Miller.

"Do you want him to stay little forever?" asked her mom.

"Yeah, he's so cute," Miller said through tears.

The Phoenix, Arizona toddler's meltdown is melting millions of hearts on YouTube.

"She's been in love with him since the day he came home from the hospital," said her mom.

Her little brother doesn't react to his sister's meltdown, instead sitting there smiling.

"Oh you are so cute! I love your cute little smiles," Miller cries.

Her mom explains that she made the video so her daughter could see in 10 years just how funny it is that she was doing this.

Now we've seen plenty of kiddie meltdowns including 4-year-old Jack beside himself because Apple switched to the IOS7 operating system.

Abigail was sick to death of the 2012 election campaign.

But there was something deeper, something existential about Sadie's rant.

"I don't want to die when I'm a hundred (cries)."

You may ask where that came from? But it turns out, about a month ago, Sadie started bringing up the possibility of her own death.

"And I said you have so many years, you won't die till you're 100 and that caused her to be more upset," said her mother.

Her fears of aging and dying had people commiserating.

"This is basically what we are all doing on the inside for every moment of our short, pathetic lives," wrote one.

Another wrote, "There's a two word phrase for that, drama queen."

Her mother says, oh yes that word has been used at this house a lot.

Watch the video above for more.

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