Emotional Blackmail

Today the Boy asked me to make him food because he was hungry, for the tenth time since breakfast. Kid must be on a growth spurt. Since it was after four and I was about to start dinner prep I told him to wait until dinner. After the usual round of “but I’m hungry now” and several renewed requests hoping the answer would change this time, or that he would wear me down with persistence, and the attempts at fake tears once or twice, he walked away and I thought that was the end of it.

He comes back into the room a few minutes later, a solemn look on his face and announces, “Mommy, if you don’t make me a quesadilla I will stop loving you and I will never love you again.”

The kid is four, where the heck did he get that? Do they think it up all by themselves, or do they learn it from someone? As far as I know he has never heard any one say that.

He didn’t get the quesadilla.

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2 thoughts on “Emotional Blackmail

  1. Hi Carrien;
    The deleted post is mine – due to spelling mistakes. (I can’t stand it when I make them!) 🙂 Blessings to you and yours! Thank you for the blog invite! It is a great way to stay in touch.

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