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Reasons why my Son is Crying

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Below is a list of reasons of why my son is crying. Note: I didn’t make this to complain or embarrass my kid, but to be able to remember how goofy he is as a toddler and to hopefully make some fellow parents laugh.

  • He thought it was funny that our dog was sitting in his little toddler chair, but he was also extremely angry because the dog was sitting in his little toddler chair. Bedtime quickly followed.
  • I put the exact episode he requested on the T.V. for him.
  • I gave him my phone with the app he wanted to play with. Then gave it back and asked for it again. I gave it back to him again. This repeated for a solid five minutes before he got super happy that he had his game.
  • I gave him mac and cheese when he asked twice for mac and cheese.
  • I played with the action figure he gave me to play with.
  • The dog walked close to him.
  • He attacked the cat and the cat ran away from him.
  • He wanted to play with my phone, but he said it needed to charge. (It was at 100% battery power.)
  • The dog didn’t pee or poop when I let him outside to potty. (This happens every day.)
  • He pooped and needed/wanted a pull-up change, but was upset I wasn’t changing it. (He wouldn’t lie down for it.)

What things does your child(ren) cry about that you think are silly?

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Honey-Glazed Ham Recipe

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Since we’re about to hit the holiday season (and since most of the recipes on Google and Yahoo are way out there and difficult), I thought I should share my ham recipe with everyone. As many know, especially my husband, I love ham. It is my favorite meat. Even though I love ham so much, I only cook it a couple of times a year for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and sometimes Easter. Without further ado, here is my recipe for a holiday ham:

Tools you’ll need:

Heat source, you know, an oven

Pan large enough to hold a ham

Brush to brush stuff on the ham

Heavy-duty foil

Regular-sized bowl

Ingredients:

Bone-in, fully cooked spiral ham (at least 8 pounds)

1/2 cup of Golden Eagle Syrup (found here https://www.goldeneaglesyrup.com/index.php/buy-now ) or a Molasses and Honey mixture

1/2 cup of pear nectar (peach nectar works great, too)

1 can of coke (Yes…

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