Caring for a toddler is a challenge at best! Just take it from these hilarious parents who took to social media to share their hilariously relatable experiences.
Why do toddlers love eating everything – except for the food you place in front of them?
Motherhood this morning : changing my toddlers diaper and finding a penny in his poop. 🤦♀️
— mamagraciee 🌿 (@GracieVillegas_) June 3, 2018
Helpful toddlers are the best kind of unhelpful.
Lying on the floor kind of tired. The toddler noticed that I am tired. He is trying to plug my laptop power adapter into my forehead. Aggressively.
— Jesse Vincent (@obra) June 4, 2018
TBH, we’d all be swimming in money
— Ally (@_mama_ally) June 2, 2018
Anyone up for joining a Toddler-thon?
According to my smartwatch, I just burned 6,362 calories putting my toddler in a timeout.
— The Mommy Confessions (@momEconfessions) June 2, 2018
With great power comes great responsibility?
[wearing her Supergirl costume]
2-year-old: I can fly!
2: But only down.
Sounds like she's falling. With style.
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) June 3, 2018
It definitely doesn’t taste better that way!
I love how my toddler refuses to eat my home cooked dinner only to eat the dried chunks of it off the floor 24 hours later.
— Micah (@ParentalGrit) June 1, 2018
My mom will disappear forever if she goes into the bathroom without me and shuts the door
— danielle the grey 👽 (@daniellethegrey) May 31, 2018
There’s no room for relaxation
"Well that was a relaxing three-day weekend," said no toddler parent ever.
— Jess Calarco (@JessicaCalarco) May 29, 2018
Blowing our minds every single day
Toddler has just asked us to ‘draw’ her name and now my mind is blown that writing is just drawing with rules.
— Gary Brannan (@garybrannan) May 28, 2018
Parenting level: 90000
— TwinzerDad (@TwinzerDad) May 28, 2018
They repeat everything you don’t want them to
Kids repeat everything they hear, which is why my toddler yelled, “YOU HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL YOU GET HOME TO POOP!” at the lovely little old lady in line behind us at Target today.
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) May 25, 2018
Kids say the darndest things!
My delightful 2 year old said to me:
“Mummy you look like you’ve got a baby in your tummy”
I really wanted to say “no dear, I haven’t, but Mummy’s tummy hasn’t actually recovered since you were inhabiting it”
— beverley heeley (@beverleyheeley) June 3, 2018
Life with toddlers is like a horror film but better
My toddler loves to push things around the house. It’s fun because it’s like suddenly walking into a horror movie. This is what greeted me when I opened bathroom door… #momlife #toddlerlife pic.twitter.com/SsmuW9D2TQ
— Jessica Rubinkowski (@JessRubinkowski) June 2, 2018
What’s happening to dad??
Nothing more terrifying or sweet as your 2 year old waking up and screaming that he has to save Daddy at 11:30 at night. It took us an hour to convince him Daddy was ok and he could go back to sleep. #toddlerlife #sweetheart
— Cheryl (@CheryldlC) June 4, 2018
It’s amazing how independent they are
— Daily Toddler Slice (@ToddlerDaily) May 28, 2018
Poopy situations abound
I knew this day would come, but I didn't think it would come so soon. I'll admit, I'm not prepared.
— Peachy Parenting (@PeachyParenting) June 2, 2018
Important milestones are everything
The highlight of my weekend was my kid weeing in the potty for the first time and I wonder what’s become of my life… #ToddlerLife
— Melanie van Wyk (@melvanwykct) June 3, 2018
Ah toddlers, no matter how much grief you bring us, we love you little munchkins!