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    My girl hates it when I sing along, too. I know I have a pretty crappy voice, but she listens to Elmo sing for cryin' out loud!! If I sing she says "No. No singing mommy."
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    I can't start threads anymore, not sure why. Can someone please post this in this section? Thanks! The Best Instances Of Shamefully Misidentifying A Facebook Photo. | Happy Place
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    i kinda like this blog, but that kid's car seat situation is horrific.
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    A friend posted this on facebook a month or so ago... I have a 4 year old and it was sort of disheartening to see that too many of them I've heard before...

    46 Reasons My Three Year Old Might be Freaking Out

    DECEMBER 13, 2012

    Some of these are total guesses. Educated guesses, but guesses nonetheless. Seems like it’s hard being a kid.
    His sock is on wrong.
    His lip tastes salty.
    His shirt has a tag on it.
    The car seat is weird.
    He’s hungry, but can’t remember the word “hungry.”
    Someone touched his knee.
    He’s not allowed in the oven.
    I picked out the wrong pants.
    His brother looked at him.
    His brother didn’t look at him.
    His hair is heavy.
    We don’t understand what he said.
    He doesn’t want to get out of the car.
    He wants to get out of the car by himself.
    The iPad has a password.
    His sleeve is touching his thumb.
    He doesn’t understand how popsicles are made.
    The inside of his nose stinks.
    Chicken is gross.
    A balloon he got six months ago is missing.
    A puzzle piece won’t fit in upside down.
    I gave him the wrong blue crayon.
    The gummi vitamin is too firm.
    Netflix is slow.
    He jumped off the sofa and we weren’t watching.
    He’s not allowed to touch fire.
    Everything is wrong with his coat.
    There’s a dog within a 70 mile radius.
    A shoe should fit either foot.
    I asked him a question.
    His brother is talking.
    He can’t lift a pumpkin.
    He can’t have my keys.
    The cat is in his way.
    The cat won’t let him touch its eyeball.
    The inside of his cheek feels rough.
    Things take too long to cook.
    He has too much food in his mouth.
    He sneezed.
    He doesn’t know how to type.
    The DustBuster is going to eat him.
    His mom is taking a shower.
    Someone knocked over his tower.
    He got powdered sugar on his pants.
    The yogurt won’t stay on his spoon.
    EVERYTHING IS TOO HOT.

    46 Reasons My Three Year Old Might be Freaking Out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Kill Me View Post
    Did I ever tell the story about the cutie orange? ACE was about 2 and I grabbed the cutie orange to peel over the trash can and he got it in his head I took an orange threw it straight in the trash, gawd he the flipped the fuck out. And when I magically made the orange reappear since it was in my hand the entire time he looked at me all pissed off anyway.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chalet View Post
    That's just it. You broke his cheese. Being so close to my friend's now 5 year old, we realized something very important. Mothers ruin everything. When he was about 3 he started saying "You ROONED it". If you change it, go near it, take it away, give it, reposition it - you've rooned it. She used to ask me to do her a favor and peek in on him playing on the floor....cause if he caught her looking, it was rooned. Now - at 5, he says I love you Mommy and I think you're beautiful too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by effie2 View Post
    My youngest was sure i could turn night to day,because once i rolled up the shutters and the room flooded in sunlight.So every bedtime she wanted me to *make it day,please mommy you can*Of course i couldnt,then she would sob until tired and asleep.I can still hear her little voice *take pity on your child,mommy and make it da_yyyyyyyyy*
    Quote Originally Posted by Sleuth View Post
    If I'm singing along with the radio, sometimes my 2 year old will yell... "NOOOOOO STOP... NOOOOOO... naughty mummy". So I start singing.. "If you're happy and you know it clap your hands". He starts bopping, dancing and wiggling his bum. Start singing along with the radio again.. "NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!.. NAUGHTY".
    Quote Originally Posted by Tati View Post
    Oh, yeah. You definitely roon the song if you sing along.

    "No, stoooop. You don't sing, Mummy, only I sing."
    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    My girl hates it when I sing along, too. I know I have a pretty crappy voice, but she listens to Elmo sing for cryin' out loud!! If I sing she says "No. No singing mommy."
    LOL! i love all your stories, little kids are serious drama queens.
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    Lots of potential music critics on here.
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    She also cries when I won't let her stick her finger in the dogs nostril. If too much steam is coming off the food. If I don't let her put the waffle (those damn waffles) in the toaster. If the toast takes too long to toast and if it doesn't come out of the bag already toasted. If I don't let her take all of her socks out of the drawer. If I pour the half and half in my coffee and she's not there to watch me do it. The list goes on and on.
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    He found out Halle Berry was pregnant again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HWBL View Post
    Anybody here had their little one have an actual sad cry from laughing too much?
    yeah! my daughter did that when she was around 3. And it was so hysterical, we started laughing at her, which made her mad LOL
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    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww, gawd, kids are pretty damn funny. My son is now 8 and I thought I missed this stuff but then I have my nephew that is 3 1/2, his favorite thing used to be "no way no way no way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" and then full on spaz, and he would get so pissed if he saw you laughing. He's matured a great deal in the past 1 1/2 or so little booger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    yeah! my daughter did that when she was around 3. And it was so hysterical, we started laughing at her, which made her mad LOL
    I KNOW! Our second youngest girl would almost get a fit "No laughing, NO LAUGHING!!!!" which of course would only give us an increased case of the giggles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    She also cries when I won't let her stick her finger in the dogs nostril.
    Lol! What is it with kids wanting to do that? My daughter was fascinated by the dogs nose (and ears)
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    My 3 year old is going through a major drama stage. We actually have a video of him screaming on his birthday because his older brother was singing the Thomas theme song. He threw a 30 minute fit the other day because the wrong VeggieTales was on, even though it was the one he asked for. Even after changing it he wouldn't stop crying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lalique View Post
    Lol! What is it with kids wanting to do that? My daughter was fascinated by the dogs nose (and ears)
    She loves his ears, too. Pretty much anything to do with the dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olivia View Post
    This is why I could never be a mommy. You people have the patience of saints. I'd walk away from the little crappers, and let them die, if they started this hysteria over broken cheese or their boots. My nephews and niece know this about me. Their tears of frustration mean NOTHING to me. Or occasionally their little shit fits make me laugh, because it's all so ridiculous.

    I overheard my SIL tell her daughter to be polite around me. Damn right!
    I am the exact same way. I hear my friends talk about having to get up in the middle of the night multiple times to feed babies, and I'm thinking I would just put in earplugs and feed them in the morning. They can't possibly starve to death in a matter of a few hours, right?
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