Ridiculous reasons children cry
Parents not only share why their children are crying, but they take photos too.
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Toddlers are known for demanding crazy foods or attempting to do something you'd prefer they didn't. Toddlers are also known to throw tantrums. They get frustrated, often because communication is difficult or they just don't understand why they can't eat the dog's food.

There are moments when toddlers cry for the most ridiculous reasons and these parents have captured those moments and shared them with the world. Once you've heard the same sad shriek for the last hour, wouldn't you be tempted to snap a pic and laugh it off too?

Here are the reasons these children felt the need to cry their problems out:

"HE CAN'T REACH HIS BOOK"



"I WON'T LET HIM EAT TOILET PAPER FOR LUNCH"



"HIS BANANA BROKE"



"I WON'T LET HER EAT MY LIFEPROOF PHONE CASE"

A photo posted by Mama Squirrel Chatters (@mamasquirrelchatters) on



"I SAID I LOVE YOU"

A photo posted by Amanda (@aismyfriend) on



"I WANTED TO TAKE HER PICTURE WHILE SHE WAS EATING CHEERIOS"

A photo posted by Nora Ferrell (@ndaub) on



"I SNEEZED"



"HE WANTED TO WEAR A YELLOW SHIRT WITH A DOG ON IT. WE DON'T HAVE ONE OF THOSE"



"I WOULDN'T LET HER RUN DOWN THE AISLE AND KNOCK ALL THE WINE BOTTLES DOWN"



"THE FREE COOKIE SHE WAS GIVEN HAD A CRANBERRY IN IT"

A photo posted by alicia (@mrshiggison) on



"MY SON IS CRYING BECAUSE THIS LADDER WON'T CLIMB ITSELF"

A photo posted by Tamaryn Shepherd (@exmi) on


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