Young kids will literally cry over anything – or sometimes even nothing.
They have a lot of big emotions but lack the skills to handle them effectively, and so they simply blow their top until an adult can show them how to not act psychotic over every little thing not going their way.
On the plus side, it can be really funny (when it’s not happening to you). So, in the spirit of support, here are 11 kids throwing fits over truly impressive slights.
11. Gotta teach ’em young.
Even if you have to pay the consequences.
He told me to race him to his bedroom and I won. Total meltdown. #sorrynotsorry
— Austin Smith (@SmithCCSD) May 8, 2019
10. Tomorrow they’ll fight over Avengers.
Resign yourself now.
Got upset his brother got the Hulk pull-up and his was just Avengers
— Zirc (@backwordssirhc) May 8, 2019
9. Ugh, Daddy.
Those phases are just the best, right?
-I told him he isn’t in kindergarten (He’s 3)
-he wanted to wear his parka to school
-daddy handed him his stuffed animal
-daddy poured his milk
-daddy talked to him (we’re in a serious mommy-only phase right now)
— E.J. Moore (@MooreMama1410) May 8, 2019
8. Living with teenagers is hard for everyone.
Also, living with cats.
-Because he didn’t want the watermelon he asked for.
(Ok side note, 3 is on the potty atm and just yelled out that our cat is drinking from the big potty).
-14 closed a door
-14 opened a door
-he wanted to turn a light on that was already on.
— Caffeinated Crazy☕🇦🇺 (@thismightbebeer) May 8, 2019
7. They really know how to make you feel good, don’t they?
I think I would redo it!
When I picked up my 6 from school she burst into tears because I had colored my hair and it was “too brown & shiney”. Cried the entire way home.
— GIRL FROM MI (@girl_from_mi) May 8, 2019
6. My child also cries when he hurts me.
Somehow I end up comforting him?
Mine hit my hand with a toy and then got mad at me! He said you got hurt and that’s not a nice way to play
— just_me (@justme_n_10) May 8, 2019
5. I hope she just drank her coffee.
She’s going to need it.
3yo asked me to put syrup on his pancake
And then was mad that I put maple syrup on his pancake.
And then the 1yo ate the pancake off the floor
My life is awesome
— Andrew vG (@tenwattandrew) May 8, 2019
4. It is terrifying.
Or is it because she’s sad?
Mine cried because starfish can walk and cries about it everytime she remembers.
— Rosana con S (@RosDeVR) May 8, 2019
3. If I had toddler twins I would be the one crying.
And I wouldn’t feel badly about it.
I’d reach the tweet character limit if I replied with today’s reasons the toddler twins cried. 😒🤦🏻♀️
— alohaMySpace✨ (@alohaMySpace) May 8, 2019
2. No one likes that fake banana smell.
this reminds me of the time @ctophera told me his son was upset because his banana smelled too much like a banana.
— radfalski (@sraf10million) May 8, 2019
1. That’s not going to change.
Until they’re out of high school, at least.
When mine gets hurt its ALWAYS my fault. Bangs his head on doorknob: “that’s why you are supposed to get rid of those!” Falls off curb: “you’re supposed to see where I’m going!”
— ☆peeling grapes☆ (@peeling_grapes) May 8, 2019
Bless their hearts.
These days will be gone soon, and you might even miss them.
Okay, now we want to hear from you! Which one of these did you relate to the most?
Let us know in the comments!