A Toddler Really Leaves Her Mark A 2-year-old looking for her mom walked into the basement and strolled right across a wet concrete floor. Her parents briefly considered leaving all the footprints but decided two would be enough.
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A Toddler Really Leaves Her Mark

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A Toddler Really Leaves Her Mark

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with congratulations to Izzadora Millaway, a 2-year-old who was looking for her mom and was persistent. She walked into the basement and strolled right across a freshly poured wet concrete floor. The construction company got a picture of her, which, when posted online, made her an Internet star. Her parents briefly considered leaving all the footprints running across the floor as a memento but decided that two footprints would be enough. It's MORNING EDITION.

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