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Little Girl’s Priceless Reaction to Baby Brother News

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- This 3-year-old wasted no time making it clear how unhappy she was with news she was getting a baby brother, rather than a baby sister.

“Here we are, sitting in the Macy’s parking lot,” the little girl’s father, Parker Job, says in the YouTube video, giving context as to where his anxious family is receiving their big baby news.

While the Job family, of Salem, Ore., is huddled around the middle console in their car, the wife, Rashelle, begins to get frustrated with her husband as he holds the small, folded piece of paper that contains the results.

“Half way open,” Parker taunts flashing the paper to the camera.

“Stop! Just do it,” Rashelle says.

As he finally rips it open, the excited family all become wide-eyed.

“It’s a boy!,” Rashelle says with a huge smile on her face.

“It’s a girl?” the toddler, Cambria, questions in the backseat without missing a beat.

“It’s a boy,” her mom answers her.

“It’s a girl?” the disappointed soon-to-be big sister repeats, adding, “I want a sister!”

The car is immediately filled with mixed emotions as Parker bursts into laughter, Rashelle is beaming from ear to ear and Cambria, now visibly upset, retreats to the backseat screaming at the top of her lungs.

“It’s still a little bit of a sore subject,” Rashelle told ABC News of her daughter’s feelings. “She really, really wanted a sister. But she’s learning to accept it now.”

Their baby announcement video has already amassed nearly 90,000 views since it was originally posted on Jan. 30.

Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

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