As a kid there’s not a lot you can’t do, at least in your head that is, but as we slowly mature into adulthood reality sets in and suddenly only aspiring to one day own a hat and put it on is no longer an option and neither is owning a dinosaur or becoming a dragon breeder.
You have to hand it to these kids though, even as adults most of their life goals sound appealing.
Chris has goals.
Setting the bar high.
This sounds appealing.
Never let anyone get in the way of you achieving your dreams.
Some life goals are less challenging than others.
Sounds like a solid plan.
Who wouldn’t want to do this.
“Just try and stop me.”
It’s not what you think. Her mum works in a department store that sells shovels. There had been a lot of snow recently…
This is the life.
A bright future ahead.
Working with rocks.
She has a plan.
A goal we can all aspire too!
This kid is going places.
This kid has been watching too many zombie movies.
Congratulations, you’ve got the job!
This. This is a good plan!
The sort of wish we all want to come true!
“I will take my wife to Pizza Hut.”
Warren is a true realist.
The “help” caption makes this so much better.
Finally, the destroyer of worlds.
“He can’t get down.”
“The dog was in the way while he was trying to push the chair.”
“The goat ate the goat food from his hand.”
“He met Bill Murray.”
“He can’t reach the pennies. They’re too far away.”
“He met Iron Man…out of costume.”
“He couldn’t get the last Cheerio on the spoon.”
“There are only ‘ugly’ outfits left in her drawers.”
“He didn’t want to share his leg hole.”
“I told him we couldn’t keep it as a pet.”
“He thought that if he colored himself green he would grow into the incredible hulk.”
“She found out that I have a name other than ‘Mum’.”
“I told him he doesn’t need sunscreen when it’s raining.”
“He wanted to walk the dog.”
“I told her she can’t marry daddy (…or her brother).”
“He is in a giraffe costume.”
“Someone ate all the muffins (it was him).”
“They received new hats.”
“Miley was on TV.”
“He does not want to be safe near water.”
“There was no more cake…because he’d eaten it all.”
“He didn’t want to hold my hand whilst walking home from daycare.”
“We took her to a Justin Bieber concert.”
“He put himself in time out…for no reason.”
“I wouldn’t buy her the ‘dolly’ movie for Christmas.”
“I broke this cheese in half.”
“T-Rex’s jaw is not big enough to bite this Lego-man’s head.”
“We said she couldn’t have more bacon.”
“I wouldn’t let him get a tattoo.”
“We sang the Happy Birthday song to him.”
“She wouldn’t fit through the doggy door. (Note the open door right next to her.)”
“I wouldn’t let him drown in this pond.”
“He can’t find his rubber ducky.”
“It was his sister’s turn to use the hose.”
“There was a hot dog hidden in his cornbread.”
“Microwave ate his lunch.”
Kids will be kids and these adorable little ones sure know how to let people know they’re upset! But if you thought only kids cry, children can also make their parents cry too.