Sure, those of us who grew up in the 90s saw Clueless – the best Emma adaptation there has ever been or ever will be – so we know that, in theory, people can be adorably clueless.

It wasn’t until we became parents, though, that we understood how it’s possible to love someone and think they’re total idiots at the same time.

Like these 14 kids, who just really have zero clues. Bless.

14. She’s not going to find out for a long time.

But she still won’t think you’re a genius for much longer.

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13. Don’t tell them.

They’re playing together quietly.

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12. Because everyone loves snacks.

That’s just a fact.

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11. I bet she had a serious drink that day.

Like…what have I spawned?

One of my earliest memories
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10. Mine does this too.

I think they want to be dogs?

My 1.5 year old daughter ladies and gentlemen
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9. That’s not how math works.

I don’t think.

He’s cute tho
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8. He did get it eventually.

I’m sorry, this is hilarious.

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7. I would have loved to have been in her mother’s head as she took this.

Like…wtf am I doing right now?

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6. This is charming and pure.

Don’t see enough of that combination on the internet these days.

True story.
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5. That’s even better than thank you!

Way to go, kid.

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4. Oh, dear.

He’s never going to live that one down.

My son found sea shells on his first trip to the beach. I didn’t have the heart to tell him.
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3. Oh man that could’ve been bad.

Thankfully it was just funny.

2. Bless her heart.

That definitely does not look better. Ha!

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1. Ok definitely giving this one a try.

Not sure if this is more a case of a smart dad than a dumb kid.

How my Dad tricked me into eating my crust
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It’s ok to giggle at your kids when they’re doing stuff like this, and even write it in their baby books.

They’re not dumb, y’all, they’re just inexperienced.