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La Guardia Cross, musician, artist, and all around awesome dad, has kept the internet entertained with his YouTube series “New Father Chronicles,” in which the Miami native shares some precious moments with his 14-month-old daughter, Amalah.

After a successful season filled with tidbits geared towards those going through the journey of parenthood for the first time, Cross returned with “Interview with a Toddler” – a creative spin on finding out just exactly what toddlers are thinking.

The hilarious dad discovers why toddlers don’t help the family financially, and the real reason little Amalah can’t sleep through the night.

Amalah doesn’t answer all of her father’s burning questions, but the effort is well appreciated.

Check out the adorable video above and more videos from Cross every Wednesday, here.

SOURCE: The Huffington Post | VIDEO CREDIT: YouTube, Instagram

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