Where the viral ‘I’m just a baby’ TikTok sound comes from

As you scroll through your TikTok For You Page, there are a variety of sounds that play on repeat.

‘I wish I had a time machine,’ ‘I don’t have time for this’ and that bizarre meowing and barking routine are some of the most popular audio clips taking over TikTok in March 2022.

Another one is the funny and adorable ‘I’m just a baby’ sound, but where does it actually come from? Read on to find out…

‘I’m just a baby’ goes viral

The ‘I’m just a baby’ sound is taking over TikTok right now thanks to its insane cuteness and equal hilarity.

It’s a set of dialogue that sees a mother telling her child that they need to listen to what she’s saying, a problem that every mother on the planet goes through on a daily basis.

At the start, the mother tries to discipline the child by saying “Coco when mummy says stop you say okay,” to which the daughter replies: “I’m just a baby.”

The mother then repeats “but you still have to say okay mummy,” before the child angrily shouts: “I’M JUST A BABY.”

It started going viral in February 2022 when owners began using the sound with their cute pets. Now, it’s become the latest hilarious trend.

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Where the sound comes from

The sound comes from a viral TikTok video that was shared on February 20th 2022.

Posted by a TikTok user called @little.blooming.women, the clip sees a mother talking to her daughter.

She is holding the little girl, who sports an adorable denim dress, in her arms and telling her to obey her orders.

However, the little girl clearly thinks that because she’s a baby she doesn’t have to listen. Sorry Coco, that’s not how it works!

The hilarious video has had 41.6 million views and continues to take over TikTok in March.

Meet the family

The clip was posted by Jordan, a Midwest mother of four young children.

On TikTok, she has over 77,000 followers and describes herself as a “midwest mama and home educator to four girls”.

She’s only posted four videos on TikTok but links followers to her Instagram where she shares adorable snaps of her life.

Jordan homeschools her four beautiful daughters and often posts photos of their daily activities.

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