VIDEO: It’s difficult to maintain a straight face when a young boy “helps” his mother with her shopping list… See how adorable he is…

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The efforts of a young child to be helpful to his mother by assuming responsibility for drafting the weekly grocery list for their family are very endearing to watch.

From “ladies” to “matoes,” he makes it a point to retain as much information as possible.

Because her youngest son wanted to be in charge of making the weekly shopping list, Mother Chrystal Logsdon was able to enlist the assistance of the most adorable helper in the world for this week’s grocery shopping.

The fortunate thing for us is that Chrystal made the decision to videotape the entire scenario so that we can all take pleasure in the sweet moment when the young kid stands ready with a ballpoint pen and a notebook to scribble down all of the errands that his mother need.

When Chrystal begins to make a list of all of the items she needs to purchase for the week, the lovely saleswoman who assists her repeats everything that Chrystal’s mother tells her before writing it down in her notebook.

The young child is so into it that, few seconds after writing down the first item on his shopping list, he is already prepared to add the next thing to the list.

The way that Chrystal’s youngster pronounces all of the races that he writes on his list, from “ladies” to “matoes” to “sghetti,” is by far the cutest part of the entire episode.

In spite of the fact that his articulation might not be flawless, it is the cutest thing that has ever happened.

Although you might need a backup list, we’re sure that having a shopping assistant as cute as this one is something that everyone wishes they could have. Is there anyone nicer than Chrystal’s son?

Do you remember a term that, when you were younger, you struggled to pronounce properly? If so, what was it? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below, and be sure to forward this post to others.

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