North West Threw The Most Adorable Tantrum After Being Told She Couldn't Wear Her Mama's Boots To School

North West Threw The Most Adorable Tantrum After Being Told She Couldn't Wear Her Mama's Boots To School
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North West––the daughter of socialite Kim Kardashian and musician Kanye West––is growing up fast. So fast, in fact, that she thinks she's ready to don a big girl outfit, as evidenced by her decision to wear a pair of her mother's boots.


Her mother told her "no," though, so young North did what kids do best: Throw a tantrum. (But it was the cutest tantrum in the world, so it's okay.)

Did you see that? That tantrum is a work of art. You know you never looked that cute and extra.

We've all dressed ourselves in our parents' clothes from time to time, so we understand (and people seemed to love North's Real Housewives moment).

It does!

Young girls will fight their mothers to the death for a pair of awesome boots!

You see?!

Relatable.

They might as well be. (And in North's idea of a perfect world, they are.)

Classic moment.

We guess you're having a pretty decent day, then.

It's definitely a mood. We've all been there.

Will North fight back? Will Kim K. relent? We expect updates, and soon.

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