Toddler Gets Really Excited About Her Christmas Present Justice Mojica tried to prank his two-year-old daughter with the worst Christmas gift ever. But he and his wife were surprised by Aria's reaction. The video of her unwrapping a banana has gone viral.
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Toddler Gets Really Excited About Her Christmas Present

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Toddler Gets Really Excited About Her Christmas Present

Toddler Gets Really Excited About Her Christmas Present

Toddler Gets Really Excited About Her Christmas Present

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Justice Mojica tried to prank his two-year-old daughter with the worst Christmas gift ever. But he and his wife were surprised by Aria's reaction. The video of her unwrapping a banana has gone viral.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Aria Mojica's parents thought they were pranking her with the worst Christmas gift ever. But when the 2-year-old unwrapped her present, she was absolutely delighted.

(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

ARIA MOJICA: Banana. Banana.

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON: You got a banana.

KING: In a video that went viral, they asked if she was happy, and Aria started kicking her feet.

(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

ARIA: Yeah, I happy.

KING: There is a lesson here. Any present is a good present when you're 2.

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