A lot of kids get their first pair of skates when they are very young. If a child learns to stand confidently on the ice when they are three, they will be cruising the rink with excitement when they are four.

Yes, they will fall, but they will get up again. It’s also a good lesson to learn.

Figure skating is obviously different, and there could be a lot of pressure involved. But, like dancing and sports, it can also be a great way to learn how to be disciplined and appreciate hard work.

We don’t know why Brynn Cartagena’s mother chose skating for her daughter, but it is clear that she has become much more calm in the short time that she has been doing it.

A video of the 3-year-old girl was put on YouTube in 2014, and more than 2.1 million people have watched it to see how cute she is.

Valerie, the mother, says in the caption that her daughter had only been skating for 8 weeks at that point.

And to be honest, she already knows more than any of us did at her age. She can start and stop, drive with full control, and even do a few cute dance moves.

As she skates around, she smiles and waves at people who are watching her. She has a lot of charm, that’s for sure.

It looks like she’s having a great time. She can even move backwards, which is not so easy.

During Brynn’s performance, which was set to “The Muffin Man,” many people couldn’t help but laugh.

“I thought this was very sweet! Someone who left a comment said, “When it started, it made me smile big, and when the muffin man song came on, I lost it, I died haha.”

At the 2014 Magnolia Open Skating Competition, Brynn beat out the other five skaters in her age group to win first place.

She didn’t know it at the time, but she was having a great time as she skated toward her mother at the end of her performance.

People still praised her and cheered her on in the comments section even after many years.