Kids these days are so smart and extremely active that sometimes it becomes impossible to control them. Keep them under constant supervision and still they'll manage to ruin something. And after running after them all day, when you finally find the house to be quite, that my friend is the time to start freaking out because they are definitely up to something really dangerous.
We've compiled some of such instances that'll crack you up
Ask them not to do something and they'll make sure to keep it first on their To-Do List
They do some really embarrassing things in public that you just want to bury your head in the sand like an ostrich. *slowly walks away pretending you don't know him*
Yes they do what they want to. Try telling them otherwise, results won't be good.
So you better keep your things safe rather than locking us up. *swag*
Planning to keep your dog to take care of the baby? Better save the poor dog first.
And if that anything is a spray paint you can call an ambulence in advance.
Grab some snacks, put on a movie sit back and chill.
That look of fear they have on their face, when you run off to get that one thing you forgot, leaving your kid to hold your position in the queue.
The level of boredom in them will make you realize the extents of their evilness.
Remember we used to sneak our novels in our text books and read them. Kids in this generation do that with their mobile phones. They'll come up with ideas you can never even imagine.
In this case i don't get the point of going to the class though.
They don't let themselves be bored for a long time. They'll do crazy stuff to keep themselves amused.
Doesn't matter if they are in a hospital, a police station or on a whole new planet. They want something they'll do everything to have it.
Destructive? yes! Stubborn? yes! Pain in ass? try testing them. Creative? Hell yeah!
They'll get so demotivated and look so much adorable with their puppy eyes.
You cannot handle a kid's question. You just cannot, however, smart you are. They ask questions that will haunt you for years to come.