Well, if you have children, you probably will believe kids are crying for these ridiculous reasons, but that doesn’t mean you want to.
Young kids have big feelings and nowhere to put them, which is why they pitch fits over literally anything, whether or not it makes sense at all.
And in these 12 cases, it definitely doesn’t make sense.
12. That is upsetting.
But also hilarious.
Currently upsetting my child by refusing to agree to our next car being a Tesla. He is 16.
— Sandra Pell (@irishfilipina) May 8, 2019
11. Those are truly spectacular.
An all-star week.
Things that made my toddler cry this week:
– I wouldn't let the dog drive him to daycare
– the bath was "too wet"
– he wanted syrup for breakfast…just syrup
– his sister "keeps looking at him"
– he wants shoes like his friend Jacob (there is no Jacob)
How about your kid?
— Henpecked Hal (@HenpeckedHal) May 8, 2019
10. Sometimes you just reach the end of your rope.
It’s never pretty but it is normal.
– when I told him that he could ask for a different mother for Mother’s Day who doesn’t make him wash his face or do homework and I wished him luck.
Yes, I realize he’ll need therapy.
— Ms. Havisham (@MissHavisham) May 8, 2019
9. It can be hard to keep up.
We do our best.
My 2 1/2 year old grandson loved cereal yesterday. Today, “NO!!!!!” Every time I see him, which is about every other day, he’s got a new quirk. SMH pic.twitter.com/kciKkO7yIV
— Ellise Jett ❤️🐗❤️ (@Redhotdealer) May 9, 2019
8. How can they sit in wet diapers?
I will never understand that.
Wouldn’t make his sister vomit up the last granola bar so he could eat it.
Wouldn’t let him put his soaking wet pullup back on.
Not allowed to eat straight up cereal marshmallows for dinner.
Pajamas have Mario on them but do not have Luigi.
— Sam (@halborski) May 8, 2019
7. I don’t even know where to start with this one.
Never let that kid watch My Girl, though.
3yr Gr’son was inconsolable that his imaginary friend Frank had died after being attacked by bees.
— Sweat Shop Sissy (@sweatshopsissy) May 8, 2019
6. How DARE.
That is BREAD, MA’AM.
I touched his dinner roll.
— Cordelia Deetz 🧋 (@MinnieBookgal) May 8, 2019
5. It’s a classic for a reason.
Not the Mama!
Daddy handed her the cheese she wanted instead of Mommy.
— Shay (@_salt_n_lime) May 8, 2019
4. Have kids, they said.
Feeling like a failure is fun, they said.
He asked for Cocopops.
I gave him Cocopops.
— Litterbox Comics 🐟 (@LitterboxComics) May 8, 2019
3. Look out for that sister.
She’s an evil genius.
They wanted cake for breakfast
Her sister re-names her toy
She wanted to spend all day on Mummy.
— Rachel Kirky (@rvkirk) May 8, 2019
2. Must not have been the book for him.
He asked for me to read a book, picked out the book himself, we read the whole thing, he looked through it again, and then cried because he said he didn’t want a book, he wanted a story.
— cella in a pear tree 🎄 (@cellapaz) May 8, 2019
1. To be fair, that would make me cry.
Just close the curtains!
One night he made me go around the room and close all of the curtains as completely as possible because he was upset that “the dark is looking at me!”
— Daniel (@DanielMKiefer) May 8, 2019
I’m not for laughing at kids, but with them? Let’s go.
And there’s no way these kiddos aren’t going to be laughing at themselves one day.