Children are a wonderful joy, and a massive hit to our mental health. They bring us to tears with their silly antics and drive us to finish off a bottle of wine when they finally go to sleep. If you have children of your own, these parenting memes will be right up your alley. If you're thinking of having children, these memes can serve more like a "we told you so" moment for your future.
It almost feels like children have discovered ways to empty a bathtub and somehow get more water on the floor than they originally started with in the tub.
A whistle is a simple toy from the good old days. It is also a weapon whose only goal is to make you go deaf or crazy when used by your child.
How dare you close the door while trying to go for a pee! For some weird reason, your pets will also catch onto this treasonous act you have committed and start joining in on the protest started by your little bundles of joy.
If your first child sneezes, you'll have a freakout moment. If your second child falls off the couch, you'll tell them to walk it off. It's not that you love them any less, you're probably just too exhausted by that point to realize anything is different.
Even when they love school, it can be nearly impossible to get children ready to board the bus. These slugs probably got to school before the kids.
Any parent who says all they want is peace and quiet have never dealt with a toddler who suddenly stops making noises. Seriously, it only takes seconds for them to destroy entire living areas.
If someone says "my child would never do that" they probably don't know their child all that well, or they're lying to you. Nice try, mom and dad.
If you want to re-engage with your childhood imagination, there is nothing better than a small child demanding that you play with them.
How dare you provide your child with almost exactly what they wanted? Kids definitely have a different view on what matters, and that's 100 percent okay.
They can be sitting in a room with hundreds of toys and children will still claim they are bored and have absolutely nothing to do. Pro parenting tip, just give them a cardboard box or an old toilet paper roll and they will suddenly be amazed by your low-tech solution.