You know how when a toddler really wants something, there's pretty much nothing he or she won't try in an effort to get it? Well, here's one tenacious tot who won't be deterred from his mission no matter what. The object of his affection: A donut.
No matter that he's caught red-handed or dirty-mouthed as the case may be, he's not going to admit he already had one or more donuts. Well, he might admit it, but then he takes it back. Check him out as he tries to work his magic.
His fake cry is the BEST. Then when his mom busts him, he tries to change his story ... a couple of times. "I just had food ... I just had rice and beans." He's going to try anything to get those donuts, but his mom isn't budging. She gets major points for resisting that adorable face.
Of course, you never want to encourage lying in kids, but it's pretty funny when they're this young and you can see right through them. My 2-year-old comes up with all sorts of elaborate and shocking stories about things that happened at school, but when I say, "Wow, I'll have to ask your teacher about that," she immediately retracts. We use them as lessons, of course, but I find it hysterical inside. What scares me, however, is when they get older and we have no idea if they're lying or not. That won't be so funny.
What lies have you caught your kids in?
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