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Nothing Is Ever Enough

Sometimes I have these moments where I kind of wish my kid didn’t exist.  Not that anything bad would happen to her, but that she would just evaporate, like vicks-vaporub.  And as she traveled into the nasal passageway of the space-time continuum, so would my memory of her.

As lovely as The Munch is, she can also be as equally maddening.  There is always something going on with her.  Some particular behavior that is particularly annoying.  At one point it was clothes.  How she was obsessed with certain items and wouldn’t wear anything else.  So I bought her two of everything she liked, and that shut her up for a while.  For a moment I thought, “wow, this is pretty cool.  We have no problems and everything is peaceful and amazing.”  Then the next day happened and I was like “nope, wrong.”

Right now she is dealing with an insatiable appetite for all things.  I have to say; now I understand why gluttony is one of the 7 deadly sins. The inability to appreciate what you just had because you are always in a state of wanting is indeed problematic.  It is like she is in a hedonist spiral of desiring all that she enjoys and forgets to be grateful for what she is in fact experiencing.

Munch: Mamma, can I have a piece of chocolate?

Toni: Sure.

Munch: Can I have 3 pieces because I am 3 years old?

Toni: Well, okay.  But that is all. That is plenty of chocolate.

Munch:  Thanks Mamma!

(she eats chocolate)

Munch: Can I have another piece of chocolate?

Toni: No way dude.  You just had 3.

Munch: BUT I WANT ANOTHER PIECE OF CHOCOLATE!! WAAHHHHHHAAHHHHHHAAAAAAHHHAHAAA I NEED ANOTHER PIECE.  JUST ONE MORE PIECE!!

Toni: Listen… you just had 3 pieces.  That is enough.  You promised you wouldn’t ask for more.  You have to be thankful for what you just had.  You can have some tomorrow.

Munch: BUT I WANT MORE CHOCOLATE NOW!! WAHHHHAHHHHAHHHHHAA

Or

Munch: Can I watch the Carebears Movie?

Toni: Okay.  But you can only watch it once.

Munch: Okay I promise!

(she watches it)

Munch: Can I watch another Carebear movie?

Toni: Dude! You have to keep your promises! We said one, and it is not fair to ask again!

Munch: BUT I NEED TO WATCH 3 CAREBEAR MOVIES BECAUSE I AM 3 YEARS OLD!! WAHHHHHAHHHHAHHHHAHHHHAAAAAA

Or

Toni: Okay goodnight Munch.  Sleep well.

Munch: Can you tickle me more Mamma?

Toni: Okay I will tickle you one more time, and then it is time for bed.

Munch: Okay.

(I tickle her)

Toni: Okay Munch that is it.

Munch: No 5 more times Mamma.  I promise.  Just 5 more times.

Toni: Sigh…. Okay Munch but that is it!!!  Then bed time.

Munch: Okay

(tickle her “5” times… whatever that means).

Toni: Okay goodnight Munch.  Sleep well.

Munch: No Mamma! 16 more times.  Just tickle me 16 more tickles.

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