Meet MilliAnna. She's freaking adorable. Why? She's the fourth generation of women in her family to be born with a wild streak of white hair.

The 18-month-old, from Ridgeland, South Carolina, has poliosis. The condition causes a lack of pigmentation in a patch of skin or hair. The unique birthmark has left her with a tuft of white hair in a sea of black, just like her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.

MilliAnna's mom Brianna Worth told Inside Edition:

"We don't have no boys in our family. My whole life growing up, I took it as a birthmark."

Worth says that being different was difficult as a kid, but that it quickly grew on her. She expects her daughter will go through the same. 

"In elementary school, kids are a little harsher, but when you grow up, it becomes cool."

"I'm going to tell her, 'you're unique, you're pretty, you're beautiful."

Worth says she was hoping MilliAnna would carry on the family tradition while she was pregnant. 

"I was hoping she did have it. My younger sister that my mother had a few years after me didn't get it, so I didn't know if MilliAnna was going to, but once I had her and they laid her on my chest and I saw she had it I was so happy."

"We definitely get stopped a lot while out and about on our daily routines."

"The majority of the time I welcome the polite comments and don't mind answering the many questions, but honestly, it can be overwhelming at times."

"When I'm in a rush and just trying to do what I need and keep going."