Having children is life changing. You get to see them laugh and walk for the first time, and you also get to change your fair share of dirty diapers and pretty much live a portion of your life covered in spit up. It's a time of entirely new experiences, and every parent can bond over the ridiculousness of life as a parent.
These 10 parenting memes are so relatable it's scary, and these images are sure to put a smile on your face!
Oh, you just changed my diaper two seconds ago? I think I have to go again, and then one more time after that.
Your ears will literally never be the same. Toys with batteries will be your enemy. It's as bad as it sounds.
Have you ever gotten into an argument with a teenager? It's not for the faint of heart. By the end of every argument you're not sure if you won or if another teenage rebellion is around the corner.
Even your furry kids need you at all times. Forget ever going to the bathroom again without an audience of some sort.
This baby can literally be entertained forever with this contraption. This dad pretty much covered all the bases. Plus his kid will have the motor skills to succeed in life if they don't want to sit behind a desk all day. Maybe they will even become an engineer.
A sleeping baby is ready to explode at any moment. Place down with care, walk away slowly, and wait for their "wake up timer" to beep out of control when they are all done with that whole napping thing.
You can forget the luxury of sleeping alone for at least five years. Kids managed to find the worst times to take over your bed and make no mistake about it, they fully take over your bed.
Subtle goes out the window once you have children. They speak their mind and will drive you out of your own.
Children are expensive. It's not just the toys and the educational materials. It's the food, the clothes, the doctor appointments, and a thousand other expenses you never thought of before getting knocked up.
Relaxing in silence used to be amazing, and now it is simply terrifying. Kids keep things exciting, and for that, you are forever grateful (and exhausted). Seriously how does a 2-year-old destroy an entire room in 10 seconds flat?