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Kylie Jenner's Baby Stormi Nails the Patience Challenge, Gabrielle Union's Kaavia Adorably Fails

Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner
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Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner and daughter Stormi attend the Travis Scott: "Look Mom I Can Fly" Los Angeles Premiere at The Barker Hanger on Aug. 27, 2019 in Santa Monica, Calif.

The Patience Challenge swept through celebrities' homes this week, as Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's 2-year-old daughter Stormi and Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's 18-month-old daughter Kaavia resisted the urge to snack.

When Jenner left Stormi alone with a bowl of M&Ms after promising she could eat three once Mommy returned from the bathroom, the toddler anxiously waited to score her brownie (or chocolate) points. Even after pouncing at the bowl, the little one practiced self-control in the cutest way by singing, "Patience, patience!" From Scott's growing pile of No. 1 hits to Jenner's "Rise and shine!" wakeup jam, Stormi might be complete the trio of singing sensations in their house.

Jenner's older sister Kim Kardashian commented, "This would NOT be the case w Chi! Or especially Saint" about her middle two kids with Kanye West. Chrissy Teigen wrote, "I gotta try with miles. I know Luna won’t but miles, it’s over" about her children with John Legend. But who eventually rose to the occasion? Union and Wade's youngest child Kaavia.

The actress pumped the brakes on snack time momentarily for the baby to see if she would fall into the temptation of her favorite Bitsy's crackers. And she sure did: Kaavia cleverly waited for Union to clear the room, ploped out of her chair, yelled, "Bye!" and got to munching. Does she feel any remorse? Absolutely not!

Ashanti, Taraji P. Henson, LaLa Anthony, Sanaa Lathan and more stars couldn't help but burst out laughing via emojis in the comments section.

Enjoy the two babies tackle the Patience Challenge below.

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