Reasons My Son Is Crying

Greg Pembroke is a 32-year-old father of two boys under the age of 4. After observing his fair share of temper tantrums, he decided to share his fatherhood experiences in a blog called Reasons My Son Is Crying. The simple beginnings of posting photos on Facebook for friends and family soon turned into a Tumblr internet sensation.

It’s quite a laugh, you’ll soon see why…Meet Charlie.

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“I wouldn’t let him drink bath water.”

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“We suggested that he play with a train.”

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“He threw his dinner plate on the ground. He now wants to eat dinner.”

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“We put this pillow behind his head so he didn’t hurt himself on the window frame.”

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“We helped him put on the boots he loves to wear.”

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“I broke this cheese in half.”

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“The milk was in the wrong cup.”

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“I wouldn’t let him drown in this pond.”

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“I didn’t show him pictures on my phone quickly enough – and yes, they were pictures of him crying.”

‘It’s so interesting. I started it for a bit of fun, and it got big completely by accident. The first photo we did was the cheese one. I broke it in half after he asked me to, and when he got upset I thought his reaction was so hilariously unreasonable. It went from there…The best bit is that I’ve been getting emails from all over the world from people saying they find it so relatable. It doesn’t matter where in the world you are, the universal culture of toddler is the same.’

Oh, children. Sometimes even Pembroke admits “I have no idea why my son is crying.”

via The Daily Mail

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