Of course, kids aren’t really supposed to know anything, since they haven’t been alive that long and everything. That’s why it’s okay to laugh at them when they do and say silly things.
Once you’re an adult, people frown upon being clueless, as it’s no longer cute.
Nothing you do is cute anymore, okay!
But these 11 kids are still allowed, so please enjoy…
11. Oh, sweet summer child.
They’re looking for you, son. Don’t know why.
10. When you think of it that way…
Brains really are pretty amazing.
9. I think you should be glad you coaxed it out of him before he deployed it as a weapon.
Luckily for him, you never really run out.
8. He has not yet learned that coffee is sacred.
May that cup rest in peace.
2y.o eating his lunch: “Papa’s coffee hot?”
Me: “Yeah baby it’s hot, don’t touch.”
2y.o: “Me blow on it for Papa?”
It was at this point I witnessed with horror, my 2y.o attempt to blow on my freshly made coffee, only to spit a half eaten chicken nugget straight into it..
— Steve 🏳️🌈 (@papaneedscoffee) January 28, 2020
7. Anything to do with dogs is very exciting, understand.
I, too, get thrilled to see dogs passing by on the street.
4yo neighbor is thrilled to learn i walk the same dog every day
“this looks like this same dog from last time!”
“DAD ITS THE SAME DOG AS LAST TIME”
— Molly Priddy (@mollypriddy) May 14, 2019
6. And maybe I shouldn’t be laughing, but I am.
You have to amuse yourself in this parenting gig when and where you can.
Daughter didn’t want “sunscream” so I put her outside and yelled “SUN…. GET HER” and now she’s flipping out.
— Housefly Handrubs (@jacaristar) August 25, 2018
5. Wow. I don’t think my son would give up his iPad for a cookie.
You never know, though. It would probably depend on whether there was ice cream involved.
4. It’s hard being a toddler, you know.
So many feelings, so few words.
Causes of 3-year-old’s meltdowns this morning:
-Banana too small
-Top of banana slightly squashed
-Honey on porridge doesn’t sufficiently resemble “a swimming pool”
-Sister had her 1st wee before his 3rd
-Doesn’t want scooter
-Does want scooter
-Something to do with sleeves
— Tom Gatti (@Tom_Gatti) April 2, 2019
3. That cornbread now knows how I feel when I try to go to the bathroom.
It’s hard being loved so much. Like cornbread.
Almost 2yr old for sale. Been crying for 10 mins cuz he cant get in the oven with the cornbread. Entertaining all offers.
— Cocoa Mamaiana (@SeauxCocoa) May 30, 2018
2. I mean that’s sort of just impressive.
Unless you’re the one who paid for said cello. Then it’s annoying.
My son lost his cello. A cello. A whole cello which is as big as he is. Do you know how big a cello is? How do you lose a cello? I need answers. I don't understand what's happening.
— Abra Barbier (@BarbierAbra) August 2, 2019
1. All kids apparently go through a phase when they NEED TO SEE THEIR POOP.
Do you always check on your poop before you flush? DO YOU EVEN CARE?
My child is throwing a fit.
Reason: Didn't get to see her poop before grandma flushed it down the toilet.
Grandma is apologising profusely.
Lea is refusing to be assuaged, she just wants her poop back.
It's been 20 mins.
Did you take your birth control?
— Zino Ennaku (@ynalu_UK) May 8, 2019
I needed this laugh today and the reminder that my littles aren’t the only idiots on the block.
What’s the dumbest thing your kid has done that made you laugh?
Share it with us in the comments!