Our life becomes much brighter and more diverse when there’s a child in the family. But turn your back for just a second, and they have already licked the bar of soap, colored the dog with sharpies, and dunked your favorite shoes in a bucket full of water. Having a kid is like taking a neverending ride with neither an entrance ticket nor an emergency exit. You have no choice but to love them unconditionally and endlessly.
“I left my 2-year-old for just 2 minutes.”
This kid got really bored of waiting in a line.
“A bird? Nah! A dangerous snake? Give it to me!”
“I told my daughter that CDs have music on them.”
“So I asked my 3-year-old daughter to replace the toilet paper roll… Well done!”
When your mom told you to wear a tie:
“My daughter got mad at me when I wouldn’t let her play a game on my phone during dinner. This was her way of expressing her anger.”
“I lost my kid in Target. Found him here.”
“My 6-year-old son had been asking me over and over, ‘Do you need to go to the bathroom?’ and I just found out why.”
“My friend let her son wear this hoodie on picture day if he promised to take it off for the photo. He didn’t.”
“My 2-year-old brother put the blame for what he did on Buzz Lightyear!”
This is how my kids understood the rule “No painting in the house.”
“I don’t need a DNA test. I’m sure she’s my daughter.”
“I just saw this. Should I be worried?”
“This is how my son likes to watch cartoons on an iPad.”
Сo-sleeping rocks, doesn’t it?
“When I let him use my phone for like 2 minutes.”
“This is fashion, mom.”
Bonus: 2/3 of parenting consists of staring like this at your kids until they behave normally.