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Why It Is Almost Impossible For A Mom Not To Have A Favorite

Last night, after Nathan was supposedly asleep, I opened the door to the boys’ room, and Nathan was sitting on the floor. He knew he was in trouble, so he started crying. I oh-so-lovingly popped that cute little tooshie and put him back in bed as he’s crying, “I want a huuuuuugg!”

I give him a hug – he’s still crying – and between sobs, he is saying something that I can’t understand.

“What?” I ask.

He repeats (still choking and sobbing), “Iloveyouallthewayuptothe moo-hoo-hoooon!”

“And back,” I tell him.

He makes it so hard for me to stay mad at him.

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