Talking about the weather usually falls under the umbrella of boring small talk. But when small kids have small arguments about the weather, it becomes the most adorable thing you’ll see all day:
“My mom told me it was sprinkling, not raining.”
“My mom said it is raining.”
“No, my mom told me it was sprinkling."
“No, my mom told me it was raining.”
And so on and so forth. Except the little boy never really says “sprinkling.” It kind of goes from “swankalan” to “wenkawen” to “wigglan,” which makes the argument that much cuter.
Thankfully there’s a third little girl to play mediator, keeping the peace and reminding everyone to say sowwy when they get a little too heated and poke someone else in the heart.
For the record, according to Dictionary.com:
raining [verb] 1. water that is condensing from the aqueous vapor in the atmosphere and falls to earth in drops more than 1/50 inch (0.5 mm) in diameter.
sprinkling [verb] 1. to rain slightly.
So it really does not matter. But the boy in the video did provide us with a line we will use in every argument we get in from here on out: “No, you’re pretty! And you’re not real! I’m real!”