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Adorable little boy insists on sharing everything with his sister

This is the adorable moment a little boy who insists on sharing everything with his sister persists even when she tries to give him back her half of a biscuit. 

The kind-hearted toddler, called Brody, is given a chocolate bourbon biscuit by his father, Connor, who appears to live somewhere in the UK. 

Connor says: 'Hey Brody I've got a biscuit for just you here.' However, as Connor hands Brody the biscuit it breaks in half. 

The kind-hearted toddler, called Brody, is given a chocolate bourbon biscuit by his father, Connor, who appears to live somewhere in the UK

Youngster Brody says, 'Oh bit broken,' before running off to the living room clutching both halves of the bourbon. 

Once he gets there he makes a beeline for his sister Sophia and gives her one half of the broken biscuit. 

Connor then says: 'Good boy, you could have had that by yourself though you know?'

And sister Sophia then says: 'I don't really like these ones.' Father Connor then tells Brody that he can have the full biscuit.

Once he gets there he makes a beeline for his sister Sophia and gives her one half of the broken biscuit

Brody agrees but still tries to hand his half of the biscuit to Sophia while father Connor laughs and says: 'You don't have to share that one matey, you can have the whole thing'

But as soon as Sophia tries to hand him her half, Brody instantly says, 'Here, take mine,' and tries to give her his part of the biscuit. 

Connor tries to explain: 'No she's giving you her half as well, okay?' 

Brody agrees but still tries to hand his half of the biscuit to Sophia while father Connor laughs and says: 'You don't have to share that one matey, you can have the whole thing.'

The heartwarming video has been viewed 1.1million times since it was uploaded on to TikTok at the beginning of February. 

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