If you're gonna tell a kid that all the cookies are gone, you need to stick with that story or they'll never believe anything you say.
This dad is a whimp. Tell the child no, and stick to it. The whinning is hard to take… but giving in sets a very bad precident.
seriously kids are easy to trick until they're about 5-6 and by then reasoning usually works. This dad is a pushover!
the first video was cute, but the cute factor has gone way down.
I think they all are cute videos.
*snort* This one is my life lately. My three-year old just got in trouble for sneaky candy, so Mommy through the last of her Easter candy in the trash. She seems to think that I can magically make it remanifest if she explains in enough different ways that she wants it now.
Whatever. I think they're cute. I just love the grown man in barrettes and fairy wings!
What is even funny about this one? I'm so over these fame whores.
I watched the first one and…did not like it. Don't think I'll bother with any more. We've left the toddler stage behind and I have NO intention of looking back, thankyouverymuch!
I think these videos are quite amusing. I looked into who's producing them, and it's a group of indie filmmakers and actors that have a company called Warmland Films – in Vancouver.
Not sure why you think they're fame whores, @Alice Tate.
"Today is the last day for the donation drive and that little button on the upper left. I want to thank everyone who has contributed or sent words of encouragement. Over the next three weeks I will be passing along more information about the show. Thanks to everyone who has offered to help on the show too. All of you are wonderful. Today, for the last day of the drive, I thought I would reveal a blind item for every $100 received. So, if it were like the other day, there would be 15 blind items that I would reveal on Monday morning. The goal though is more modest. $1000 and 10 blind items is the goal. That would bring the total for the week to $3000. Thank you again!!!"