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Dad Chronicles Sons' Temper Tantrums on Tumblr

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Most toddlers will cry over almost anything, but notall have web-savvy fathers who see their tikes’ meltdowns as a way to have alaugh online.

Greg Pembroke, of Rochester, N.Y., has started a Tumblr page, “Reasons My Son is Crying,” devotedto his sons’ temper tantrums.

“I’m just trying to have fun with something that’sgoing to happen no matter what I do,” Pembroke explained on “Good MorningAmerica” today.

From tears over a piece of broken cheese, to ridingin the car seat, to the volume of “The Hokey Pokey” being turned down from“ear-splittingly loud” to only “mind-numbingly loud,” the adoring dad snapsphotos of his 20-month-old, Charlie, and three-year-old, William,  mid-meltdown and captions them accordingly.The result couldn’t be more hilarious.

“They have little meltdowns all the time,” Pembroketold ABCNews.com.“They just cry for like seven seconds and then are on to the next thing. Anyonethat has toddlers or has been around toddlers knows it can be very frustrating.But what I was trying to do is get some humor out of it.”

Pembroke is blown away by all the attention his tearfulTumblr is receiving.

“I didn’t expect anybody to see this outside myfamily and friends, to be honest,” he said.

When asked how long Pembroke will continue to updatethe Tumblr with his boys’ temper tantrums, he replied, “Until it stops being funfor the boys and fun for us.”

To see more of boys’ meltdown moments, click here.

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