A little girl has a big problem. She is the youngest and the little one at home. Her wish is to become a grownup like everyone around her in her family where she can be able to sit in the front seat of a car, take a bigger sum of pocket money, and not get interrupted as she speaks. But as she ponders over her big problem, she realises that being a grown up is not as fun as she imagines. A Little Problem brings to light a universal problem little children experience amongst their older siblings and singles out the beautiful advantages of being a little child.