99 reasons why kids cry…
yesterday we had a full houae. the GF had invited her family round. being nice i made everyone a drink. offered her 2 year old niece a drink. made her a mango/water mix in a small plastic becker. passed it to her. cue ten minutes of ear wrenchingly painful screaming and carrying-on….
and i’m the one made to feel stupid when parents and grand parents tell me it was because i gave her the wrong cup…
she’s got some real shocks coming to her.
what stupid, inane, inexplicable things set your kid/s off?Posted 4 years agojekkylMember
some of my little girls latest, she’ll be 3 in a week.
.because she couldn’t press the bell into nursery because the teacher saw us coming and opened it.
.because I closed her bedroom door, she wanted to close it so she had to open it again and then close it.
.because she wanted mummy to brush her teeth!!!
.because she wanted the light on to do a poo.
.because she wanted the green fork with dinner.
It’s all I can do to hold in the laughter when she starts going on with this BS which only makes her worse and she shouts through her tears ‘stop laughing Daddy, I’m not happy’Posted 4 years agodabbleMember
My 3 year old niece gets really frustrated, it’s funniest when she’s on her trike, she can’t go all the way round yet with the pedals so sort of half cranks for a bit then sits there and cries/ gets mad. Suppose it’s not that irrational, i think i’d cry if i couldn’t ride me bike properly 😥 😳 😉Posted 4 years agoDezBSubscriber
Similar to the OP’s incident – when we were nippers, my 2 brothers used to row and shout and bicker at each other over who had the “R” plate.Posted 4 years ago
There was this set of cereal bowls with a pattern on them, only one of them had a ® on it… being the middle child I was way above such nonsensejekkylMember
I’ve got some great camera phone video which will be played at her wedding. It’s what Dads Do !!! 😀
EDIT: the poo incident was only this morning. She comes in to us at 6am this morning with ‘I want a poo poo’ ok so I got up and went into the loo, as I’ve only woken and there was a bit of light coming in through the window I went in with her without switching the light on, cue melt down. Ok so light now on, child sitting straining, Daddy in hall without light on. ‘come out when you’re finished’ I said. She comes out 5 minutes later, ‘have you done a poo?’ I ask, ‘No’ comes the reply, ‘I just done a wee wee’ me thinking: ‘AGHHHHHH SO YOU’VE JUST WOKEN ME UP FOR NOTHING!!!’Posted 4 years agomakecoldplayhistoryMember
Reasons my 2 year old’s
criedhad an emotional melt-down this week;
I wouldn’t let him eat bird poo
I took his bike helmet off at bath time (we’d finished riding 2 hours earlier)
I wouldn’t let him climb inside the fridge
I wouldn’t let him have any coffee
I wouldn’t let him drive the car
I held his hand as he waded into the sea
I speared the wrong piece of pineapple with his fork (he wanted the third from left, not fourth!)
I’ve been told it gets worse as they hit 3!Posted 4 years agoalmightydutchMember
Diddy Dutch is now 3 and a half, he has his episodes but as he’s getting older, he’s much funnier.
This weekends highlight was him running out the bathroom shouting:
Daddy, daddy, there’s a chocolate monster log hiding in the toilet for you.
No idea where he gets it from, I blame his mother 😳Posted 4 years agomolgripsSubscriber
My youngest is going through that phase at 2.5. Lately she screams the place down at the drop of a hat. Most recently she screamed the place down at not being able to wear knickers, so we made her promise to go peepee on the toilet. 5 mins later, piss all over the living room floor.Posted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
I saw a brilliant one yesterday, child and dad ambling along looking at trees. “Daddy, what’s that tree?” He stops to read the little sign. She explodes into incoherent rage, and ends up lying on the ground like she’d been shot, sobbing uncontrollably. Finally she calms down enough to explain it’s because he’s ALWAYS READING THINGS.Posted 4 years ago
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