By help me - 16/03/2016 01:05 - United States - San Francisco

Today, I have watched the Elmo's World episode featuring balls ten times in a row. The toddler I'm watching screams if I put on something different. His mom just said she was stuck in traffic. She should be back in about five and a half more replays. FML
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I guess i should b grateful that my son likes 2 movies, cars & cars 2; much longer, less repetition

I feel for you dude, i don't like kids at the best of times

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I feel for you dude, i don't like kids at the best of times

Did you go too Paris?

I'm not sure there is a "best of times" when it comes to little kids. My cousin has a toddler, and even the things that are supposed to be cute are straight-up annoying to me. I can't imagine being around one on a constant basis.

Yeah, they're only cute and funny when you don't have to live with them, amirite?

You should cut the cables and tell them the Cookie Monster came and ate Elmo

Wouldn't that make him scream more?

I guess i should b grateful that my son likes 2 movies, cars & cars 2; much longer, less repetition

My son loves that Elmo episode too. After watching it about 100 times, I'm convinced someone in that writing/production crew won a bet about how many times they could say 'balls' on a kids show.

Wow you need a fucking trophy. Congrats for not dying out (I hope)

Most toddlers are easily distracted by new activities. If you can't stand watching the same thing over and over again, just put on something else, or engage them in some other activity than watching TV. They'll scream for a while, but it probably won't last long.

bronxiecat777 14

I feel him I remember that episode it was great.

Try SpongeBob SquarePants :D I'm sure he'll luv it!! :)

This is gonna be in your dreams for the next week

That's your choice, toddlers don't cry forever. When my son was little we either watched something new or did not watch at all

When did children become the ones in charge? Seriously, OP, grow a pair... you are reinforcing their bold behaviour by allowing the child to dictate the situation.