No one likes missing out. Whether it's a party, a vacation, or even a great brainstorm session at work, realizing there was an enjoyable moment that went on without you is a terrible feeling. It's the reason why FOMO (fear of missing out) is a widely used acronym.
And that feeling of FOMO isn't limited to just adults. In fact, Savannah Guthrie just revealed that her very own daughter is already experiencing it.
The Today show anchor recently told People that her 4-year-old daughter, Vale, didn't want to start preschool for an adorable reason. "She said, 'I want to stay home with you and Charley and Daddy,'" Savannah shared. With her younger brother being only 21 months old, Vale just didn't want to miss out on the action. "She had total FOMO," Savannah continued. "She thought that this whole party was going on without her while she's off at school." Fortunately, Savannah was able to explain to sweet Vale that no one would be home and that she wouldn't be missing out on any big family moments, which seemed to convince her. Still, it's melting our hearts just thinking about it.