Six months ago, the married father of two, from New York, has launched a blog where has been posting pictures of his crying sons and explaining reasons why his kids are so upset. Now, his internet-diary is being converted in a book.
It all started last April, when Mr. Greg Pembroke began taking photos of his sons, Charlie and William, mid-tantrums, and posting them online with funny captions explaining why his boys were in tears.
Pembroke, who writes commercials for radio stations, initially amused himself by sharing images and captions online.
The photo blog went viral within a week, earning Pembroke and his family an invitation to appear on a television programme. Other media outlets, both domestic and international, also showed interest in Pembroke's unusual endeavor.
Pembroke says, "It's so interesting. I started it for a bit of fun, and it got big completely by accident. The first photo we did was the cheese one. I broke it in half after he asked me to, and when he got upset, I thought his reaction was so hilariously unreasonable. It went from there."
Over the past six months, Pembroke has been receiving emails from parents from as far as Australia and China sharing pictures of their own blubbering babies.