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Memes for Kids and Toddlers

Numerous books and posts tell you about how fulfilling and glorious parenthood is. The annoying, hit-you-in-the-face and crying-in-your-bedroom reality is that you are vomited on, have no spare time and deal with insomnia every day just to get by. We sympathize with you, but producing a human being is a heroic act that no matter what people say, gives you a little leeway to not look your calm and collected self at every single moment.

Parenting is like dealing with a horde of Velociraptors. Kids stomp, yell and throw things for no reason! But, yes, kids are also adorable little creatures, who have no clue as to how they are making your life miserable and you wouldn’t exchange them for anything.

So, to give you a little dose of laughter, we present to you ten memes for kids that will have you falling off your seat and rolling on the floor:

1. Do You? No. Do You? No… Again and Again and Again

It’s useless, if you ask us. They are never going to tell you when they have to poop… God knows why. Every mother knows that when you have fed your kid, it becomes your sacred duty to ask every 30 minutes whether your kid wants to poop or not.

The mess is something that you can’t deal with, but YOU HAVE TO. Better safe than smelly!

2. Being Overdramatic

Have you ever felt that your kid thinks he isn’t loved much?

No matter how much you tell them that this is going to be a fun day and they will be “reborn,” they will think that you are trying to get rid of them.

3. I Am Smarter Than You

There you are, blabbing in the kitchen about how Aunt Marsha keeps sticking her nose into things that are clearly not her business and your kid just stares at you. Even he knows that 3 does come after 2 and that you need to tell Aunt Marsha to stick her opinions where the sun doesn’t shine.

4. Being Adorable and Then the Meltdown

Watching our kids do adorable acts for the first time and discovering the world are some things that we all look forward too. The classic meet-up is too cute to even describe through words, but when this goes beyond the house, all you can think about is, “Great, my kid is not normal”.

5. For Life

Yup, your kid starts judging you the moment he is born. So, if you are planning to play the “I gave birth to you” card, then we suggest nixing it. Of course, they know you gave birth to them, but it was your choice.

If you open this can of worms, then be ready for parent-teacher meetings and parties, where your kid will blurt just about anything and embarrass you.

6. I Am Sorry He Said That

You know how kids say whatever comes to their mind and at the most inappropriate times, right? Yeah, well, there are just some occasions when you should leave your kid with the baby sitter at home.

What did you expect would happen when your kid was prodded for being “too cute” or “too tall for his age”? Retaliation in whatever way he seems fit! Hence the funeral fiasco, and now you have learned your lesson.

7. They Are Up To Something

NEVER EVER leave your kids alone. If they are making noises and you can hear the pitter patter of their tiny feet, then be at ease. It’s the silence before the storm that you should be worried about. God knows what they are up to when they think that you are not looking.

Keep an eye on your little devil because at some point in your life, your kid will bring chaos, which will be so horrible that you will have nightmares for years.

8. Clueless Tantrums

4-Year-Old: Mommy, can I have ice cream for breakfast.

Mom: No

Cue the biggest crying tantrum.

After a few minutes of crying, you put down the coco puffs on the table and he is still crying while pouring milk in the bowl.

Mom: Why are you crying, sweety?

4-Year-Old: I don’t know.

Mom: Then stop crying and eat your cereal.

4-Year-Old: I can’t stop.

Every conversation goes like this!

9. I Love You, Mommy

The struggle of changing the diaper and anticipating the pee that might come flying your way is nothing compared to when you pick your kid up and feel the warm trickle of poop sliding down your blouse.

Well, there goes another blouse in the bin, and we suggest that you don’t try to salvage it. The memory alone is enough to give you dry heaves. Here’s a tip: when you see your baby making that relaxed face, it’s time to rush or put him back down so that “shit” doesn’t hit you.

10. The Loophole

No matter what you tell your kid, they will find a way around it.

And their way will be so darn genius that you will be left scratching your head and wondering how the hell did they come up with that! Never underestimate your kid because their young brain runs a million miles a second and all the ideas they come up with will be your worst nightmare.

Did you get your daily dose of laughter? Well, then, back to parenting.

Clean Memes

Your grandma can use a good laugh. Those NSFW memes will only do the opposite though. Show her these pristine memes to make her happy without disowning you:

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It just doesn’t make sense! Why would they change math? Math is math! MATH IS MATH! Just take 7 from 14 without going over the top. Heartbreak can be devastating but this is downright ludicrous. I screamed in frustration during class once because of this and got detention for my troubles.

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Cats are weird like that. True story – I ordered an incredibly expensive cat bed from Amazon for Mr. Tibbles my extremely spoiled cat. When it arrived he refused to sit in it no matter how many times I tried to make him. That ungrateful feline made the box the bed came in his cardboard palace. I use that cat bed as a highly expensive foot warmer now.  

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This is true to a fault. I hate getting up early but I promised my mom that I would start working out early. My next New Year’s resolution will be ‘stop making promises you can’t keep.’ Early morning is overrated anyway. You can’t see a thing because it’s cold out and I am pretty sure I heard someone stalking me during my run.

4.

My cat thinks he is the cat’s meow. Laptop all set up and ready for work? He will plop down on the keyboard. It’s his bed now and has a layer of fur that wasn’t there before. It’s true what they say. Cats don’t have owners, they have staff!

5.

I am the least athletic person I know but it wasn’t always this way. I could climb a tree faster than my friends could and was a star athlete at school. All of that changed when I reached adulthood. Now, I have to think twice before reaching for anything that’s on a high shelf!

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It’s so addictive! Just give me sheets of these, leave me in a room and you won’t hear from me till all of those bubbles are popped and flat. They are also great for pranks especially if you have a roommate who is scare of everything. So I placed a sheet of bubble wrap right next to his bed when he was sleeping. I didn’t know a grown man could scream at such a high pitch.

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Dogs are so sweet but they can be a handful especially during their puppy and teen years. My pooch is no exception. One time I came home and found the chewed up TV remote in his food bowl. He wouldn’t look at me when I confronted him but who could remain mad at that adorable face?

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One time I spent hours going through old comic books and other stuff that I found at the back of a closet while I was supposed to be cleaning. Long story short, my house is still a mess but my memory has never been fresher. I ended up donating most of the things I found though.

9.

My body betrays me when someone watches me dancing. I have terrible stage fright and during a panic attack, my brain forgets it’s attached to my body. It’s the same reason why I can never use a public urinal.

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This is me the night after I go out with friends and I’ve had a bit too much to drink. The resulting hangover is paralyzing as it is and I feel like death warmed over. Word to the wise – don’t let your best friend convince you to a chugging contest when you can get drunk after the first beer.

11.

My current neighbor is a gem but my last one was a nightmare. One time, he decided to install cabinets in the room above mine in the middle of the night! This went on for a week but he wasn’t done. I left when he decided to get a new

12.

That’s me during the winter when the temperature drops outside and my electric blanket refuses to let me go. This is also me when I seriously contemplate quitting my job or call in ‘sick’ from work. The only thing that would make me get off from that toasty bed is a full bladder.

13.

I knew I should have never told him that I wanted to lose weight and get fit! Every time he comes around I have to pretend I’m asleep or not at home. I’m already in shape. Round is a shape, right?

14.

Not me, but a friend of mine wanted to make sure his school picture turned out amazing. That image is there forever and no one wants to show their kids that their dad was a geek at school. Long story short, he got braces a few days before the big day and the rest is history.

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That’s the face my kids make when they realize that they didn’t do a lick of homework during summer vacation and school starts the next day. It quickly turns into a face of dread and horror when they see how much work they need to do before they can even think about sleeping. Their first day back at school was spent sleeping in detention.

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It’s always right in front of their nose but it doesn’t exist to them till I ‘find’ it. Now I know what my mom felt when I couldn’t find my socks before school every day. Forcing my kids to clean their room and organize their stuff only made things worse. All of those neatly folded clothes are pulled out in panic-induced rage when they can’t find that single pair of jeans that they just have to wear at school. Doesn’t matter if they have three more they could wear. Nope, the flower-patterned jeans are all the rage and they’ll look ‘stupid’ wearing something else.