By Anonymous - 30/09/2009 05:17 - Malaysia
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ydi for not grabbing your wides breasts and shooting milk in your sons cereal lol jkjkjk get off fml and go buy milk
No, that's totally normal for a four-year-old--at that age, they think 'fair' means 'everyone gets exactly the same thing (except I get more)'. Probably been said in some form throughout history that it's unfair baby gets milk while toddler doesn't have it. Developmentally they're beginning to understand fairness, but they're not old enough to have a grasp on how it works yet, so it gets confusing for them.
There really needs to be a "so what" button. How is this FML? Your 4 year old is cute and innocent? Seriously, what the hell.
it's not even funny. the kid's 4 years old, of course he doesn't understand the necessity of breast-feeding. and hell, if he wants some breast milk, let him have some. obviously he won't be able to get enough for his cereal, but it won't hurt him to suckle a bit and if it reassures him that his mom loves him, all the better.
When you see an fml, that needs a "so what", this is what wee need. Today, we ran out of milk and my 4 year old son came up to me and asked if he can "milk" my wife's breasts for his cereals. Apparently, he thinks my wife doesn't love him and his sister is selfish for not sharing her milk. His sister is only one month old. MLIA