If you have kids, or spend any time working with kids, then you know that their brains don’t work the same way as ours. They think differently, the work out problems differently, and sure, they’re also not entirely sure what “logic” means in the first place.
Which is why moments like these 17, when they’re totally sure they’ve worked it out but the adults in the room are completely hilarious.
So please, enjoy.
17. You’ve got to give the kid what she wants.
Also, I think this should be an official item.
16. It’s Halloween.
Let the kid dream his dream.
I just want everyone to know that my two-year old insisted on being “pants” for Halloween… pic.twitter.com/ONR7K4AxnY
— Jeffrey Bien (@jungleland) October 31, 2019
15. I definitely approve.
Toys are for everyone!
14. This is honestly so sweet.
I hope my kids stay this close.
13. I kind of want to try this.
I think I’m too big, though.
12. She is now prepare for anything.
That’s a brave girl.
11. This baby is going to have issues.
What are big sisters for?
10. LEGO wakes up and chooses violence.
This kid is baller.
9. Sometimes there’s nothing to do but wait it out.
We’ve all been there.
I walk out of Target to the scene of a child laying motionless on the ground. I asked what was wrong and the dad said
“He’s upset his gloves match his jacket.” pic.twitter.com/hYMJRbZxkf
— bear (@ruffincosplay) January 13, 2018
8. Nobody call CPS.
Everyone made it out safe and sound. Physically.
When my son Seth was little, he would beg his brother to put him in this particular pillow case and swing him around.
I know it’s insane and the only reason I’m telling you now is because they are grown up and I can’t lose custody of them pic.twitter.com/OCTe1vyjkY
— Omnintensivist (@GoodishIntent) October 27, 2019
7. Truly a hero of his time.
Kids are so stinking weird.
6. Girlfriend was tired.
But not too tired to nap without a pillow.
5. A day in the life.
I bet the imaginary dog was so happy.
4. He found a safe person.
Bless his little heart.
3. She loves what she loves.
You’re just gonna have to go with it.
My daughter now has a special book. She carries it around everywhere and uses it for everything. The other day she snuck it into the car and tried to take it to daycare. She asks to sleep with it, as if it’s a stuffy. The book is the official Mr. Boston Guide to Bartending and Drink Mixing. from KidsAreFuckingStupid
2. I guess he’s not one for dancing.
Or you know. Socializing at all.
1. This is so adorable.
And excellent blackmail for the future.
Kids are a lot of things, but luckily, one of them is totally delightful.
Tell us in the comments about a moment you’ve had with your kids that fits this this description!