Lilia isn't really clear how T-Ball is played, but she's working on it. The video of the toddler from Port Huron running after the ball, rather than running toward first base is going viral simply because it's adorable.

Mom Denby posted the clip to Tik Tok, saying, "I don't think baseball will be her thing."

Lilia's dad (who is also the team's coach) tries to redirect Lilia as she runs after the ball, but as you'll see in the video below, that seemed to bruise Lilia's feelings. Finally, she perks up a little as Dad carries her all the way to the base.

Denby tells Good Morning America that she didn't expect the video that she recorded last year to go viral.

"I thought it was funny," she said. "That's just typical Lilia, for us. She's very independent, very sassy. So I posted it to TikTok, and I had never really had a viral video before so I really didn't think it was going to go viral at all. It was mostly just I was sharing it with our friends and family and stuff and then it blew up. And I was so shocked that everyone in the world thought it was just as funny as I did."

She goes on to say that by the end of last season, Lilia got pretty good at T-Ball. This year, she's decided that soccer might be her thing and once again she's lucky to have her dad as her soccer coach.

 

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