Scottish Three Year Old Analyses Easter
Did you scoff all of the chocolates this Easter? Feeling a little bit of a choccy hangover? We have just the trick.
There is nothing on this earth cuter than a three year old talking in a Scottish accent. She could be reciting the alphabet over and over again and we would lap it up.
But little Isla is a lot funnier than that. And extremely articulate for a three year old. She also has a sharp wit and a critical mind.
Here she is discussing Easter with her dad. She is a little confused.
Why is it that her mum says no to chocolate every day of the year, but at Easter time she is showered is chocolate eggs?
Was the Easter bunny in the bible?
Are the Easter bunny and Jesus best pals?
And most importantly, what is Jesus’ fave choccy?
Isla’s dad is famous Scottish comedian Mark Nelson, so it’s no wonder she has great comic timing. And we’re pretty sure that he writes some of her material for her.
But what surprises me the most is that a three year old would sit and listen and follow instructions like Isla does.
When my kids were three, they were complete anarchists. They were ticking time bombs. There was no way they would sit in front of a camera and perform.
Just ask the wonderful Sam Moran from Play Along With Sam. My daughter scarred the whole crew for life after her epic on set tantrum. Production was shut down for half an hour and we vowed never to allow three year olds on set again.
And don’t think Isla is a one hit wonder, oh no. She also has her own opinions on Valentine’s Day too, where she tells her dad that romance is dead and that people only buy flowers when they have done something wrong.
And don’t get her started on the Kardashian’s and celebrity culture. Her rant is scathing.
Isla had better get used to celebrity culture though – she is becoming a little star in her own right. We can’t wait to see what she shares her strong opinions on next.