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Look, pancakes are delicious.

You can fill them with blueberries. Spray whipped cream on top. Shove some bananas inside. Any of these pancake recipes would be totally delicious.

But that doesn't mean you can go all Chris Brown on your brother in order to get some, okay, people?

The three-year old in the following video learned this lesson the hard way recently, getting chewed out by his father after committing such a violent act and then receiving the worst punishment imaginable:

NO PANCAKES!

Sad times, indeed.

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A woman in Tennessee named Shona Carter-Brooks recently tied her one-month old child to her wedding dress and then dragged the child down the aisle.

And the only thing more shocking than the act itself may be the bride's response to critics of her decision.

Baby Tied to Wedding Dress

Carter-Brooks ended up at the center of a media storm after posting pictures of daughter Aubrey's unusual involvement in the ceremony on Facebook.

But the mother of two didn't back down once the questions and insults starting flying online.

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LeAnn Rimes. Owner of one of the great voices in modern popular music, and one of the most volatile Twitter accounts in terms of hateful mentions.

Sure, she and Eddie Cibrian wrecked homes together when she was married to Dean Sheremet and he was married (with kids) to Brandi Glanville.

Still, LeAnn and Eddie married in 2011, and stars have moved on from scandals far more salacious. In Rimes' case, though, she fuels the rage.

Constantly. When defending herself from the haters, she riles up the haters. When Tweeting positive things about Eddie's kids, she riles up the haters.

Rimes does not seem to grasph this, even as a fan stated in a respectful way that perhaps she would be more likable if she kept it to herself:

  • @leannrimes I'm not meaning this in a mean way. Do you think a bit of the hate would dwindle, if you were to not mention the kids as much?
  • @VeryPROUDAuntie No! They are my life Eddie and my life revolve around them I will not edit myself because of anyone else's childishness!

Yeah. It's like Tweeting to a wall.

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Hilaria Baldwin has pulled a Gwyneth Paltrow.

And, no, we don't mean Alec Baldwin's wife has just won an Academy Award.

Instead, about six weeks after Paltrow's comments about moms with office jobs having it easier than movie stars (due to a set 9-5 schedule) Baldwin has posted an online picture of her and nine-month old daughter daughter Carmen taking a nap.

Pretty cute, right?

Yes, except Baldwin wrote as a caption to the picture: "Between teething & yoga photo shoots, we are tired."

Hilaria Baldwin Baby Pic

Hilaria will hopefully forgive the single mother - who is working two jobs and isn't married to a multi-millionaire - for not crying many tears of sympathy over Baldwin's lack of sleep.

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by Free Britney at . Comments

Britney Spears' less famous little sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, still grew up too fast as well. Now she's under fire for putting her daughter in that same position.

After getting pregnant at 16, Jamie Lynn's adorable daughter Maddie Briann is now five, and already following in the Spears family footsteps.

Case in point? Jamie Lynn Spears posted this video of Maddie dancing to "Fancy" by Iggy Azalea, shaking her hips and pumping her chest:

What Spears felt was harmless fun may not be, some people say.

On the hit track, the Australian rapper brags about being a “bad bItch” who “takes all the liquor straight” and has men “just wishing they could bite it.”

“This video is totally inappropriate,” said one expert in such matters, clinical psychologist and Columbia University professor Dr. Judy Kuriansky.

“Maddie is way too young to be exposed to that type of music.”

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Chris Crafton of the U.S. Air Force was supposed to be stationed in Cuba, not at his daughter Taylor's high school graduation in Grand Forks, N.D.

Oh, how he had his family fooled this week.

Chris' family was prepared for his absence from Taylor's big day, to the point where they even made a cardboard cutout of him to sit in the crowd in spirit.

Not only did Crafton manage to end his deployment in time for her graduation, though, he declined to tell anyone in his family, not even his wife.

Which made this all the more amazing:

An announcement from the ceremony's MC was the only thing signaling Chris' arrival, just before he jogged onstage and embraced Taylor, saying:

"I told you, don't give up on your dad."

She never did, despite the demands of his job. He's spent 1,782 days deployed, by his count, saying "This is my last deployment so I had to make it happen."

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by Tattle Taylor at . Comments

Kids, man.

The tantrums, the whining, the sleepless nights, the barfing, the diapers ... and the list goes on and on and on.

If kids weren't so darn adorable and hilarious they'd probably get sold to the circus with alarming frequency.

But they are adorable and hilarious and they really DO say the darnedest things. They write them down, too.

From non-apologies to actual apologies, silly homework answers to break-up letters, here are 37 hilarious kid notes sure to give you more than one chuckle. 

Best Friends Forever
If the Jenner sisters had kicked Selena Gomez in the face, maybe they'd still be BFFs.

Pro tip: If you don't want your kid to say or write something, don't say it yourself or you might end up with a kid who tells his teacher he's going to be a freeloader when he grows up.

Which is equally as funny as the kid who wants to be a dog. (Hey, laying around and scratching ourselves all day? Sounds like THE LIFE!)

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by Free Britney at . Comments

Kids. They say (and write down) the most hilarious things sometimes.

They are also delusional, or at least lack perspective to know better, when it comes to their own abilities to pull a fast one on authority figures.

Case in point: Ronnie, whose teacher told him he was no longer allowed to bring his PSP to class. Ronnie, dejected, tried to fight the power.

Signed, Ronnie's Mom

The best strategy to combat this injustice was to have his mother write a note to the teacher saying he was in fact allowed to ... only mom wouldn't do so.

We'll give the youngster credit for thinking a few steps ahead there. He's got a bright future with that kind of analysis. In terms of execution though?

Signing it “Ronnie’s Mom” was probably the giveaway. Just a hunch.

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Toni Braxton suffered a major wardrobe malfunction last August.

But now the singer is revealing a part of herself that cuts deeper than any exposed butt crack:

In a new memoir, Braxton opens up about a past abortion and how that decision has significantly affected her present and her future.

Toni Braxton Book Shill

The artist says God gave her 11-year-old son, Diezel, autism as punishment for his mother having an abortion over a decade ago.

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Ready to be AWWW-inspired, readers?

The Daily Mail helped the following 2012 video go viral this week after re-posting it online and giving readers an opportunity to debate: 

Is this two-month old really telling her dad that she loves him?!?

"Here is a video I recorded of my 2 month old daughter trying to copy the words her father is saying to her," wrote the YouTube user who uploaded the clip. "At the end, she says 'I love you.'"

Does she really? Watch and decide!

Tough call, we know. But CUTE!

For more where this came from, check out this footage of a dog helping to change a baby's diaper and then scroll down for most amazing child videos and stories:

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