“Hangry” is a term used for people who are so hungry they get angry, a state of mind way worse than anger on its own. Hanger is especially tough on toddlers and preschoolers, who lack the emotional maturity to know the difference.
Come to think of it, most adults lack that emotional maturity too.
The quickest way to end hanger is with a snack, but small kids can be extremely picky in these scenarios, compounding the issue and driving their parents to a breaking point. “JUST EAT THE GODDAMN BANANA!!!!!!!!”
This is why having a snack delivery service like NatureBox is such an ideal solution for families. There is lots of variety with new and exciting options delivered straight to your door, so they are always on hand in emergencies.
And yes, hanger qualifies as an emergency.
Here are #44 hangry kid problems when an exciting snack option could come in handy:
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So there you have it. No more excuses for hangry kids.
Except that kids are totally irrational and sometimes just like to get MAD. In which case, just munch on your Mini Belgian Waffles (I recommend slathering them with peanut butter) and tune your kid out until dinner time.
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This post was sponsored by NatureBox, but all hangry kids are your own.