1. Imagine hurrying your soiled baby into the bathroom only to find this
It’s because they always put the Soda Spilling Stations so close to the Baby Changing Stations — everyone constantly gets them mixed up smh
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2. The key I had to carry across the huge children’s museum in order to unlock the family bathroom. With twins.
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3. Some toolbags decided to do donuts in the park where my kids play soccer on Sunday mornings….
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4. Imagine looking in your toddler’s sock drawer and finding this pile of socks without a matching pair among them
5. Imagine pulling up to this space and finding this interloping motorcycle
At least its inside the lines…
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6. Or pulling up to this space as a dad with toddlers
7. Imagine discovering this atrocity in your kid’s bathroom
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8. Or finding this bag of chips your kid insisted on opening themselves
The way my kid opens the nacho bag
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9. Imagine putting on Goldilocks and the Three Bears for your toddler and having Spotify cue up this next
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10. Or being at a restaurant where your kid is given a menu maze they can’t actually finish
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11. Imagine your kid begging for an “eggy sandwich,” then not eating a single bite after you made it
4 year old: “Mommy, I want an eggie sandwich.” Makes eggie sandwich. “I’m not hungry.” Ugh.
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12. When you open a new can of baby formula and the scoop is no where to be seen.
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13. Imagine your kid playing in this doctor’s waiting room next to this exposed outlet
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14. Or living in a house with a light switch that’s at just the right height for a toddler to turn on and off all day long
My house has a toddler height light switch and I have a toddler. On off on off all day.
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15. Imagine opening your kid’s wallet and seeing this
The money organization in my 9 year old son’s wallet.
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16. Or being invited to a “Family Snow Day” where you can’t bring your, uh, whole family
I don’t think my daughter’s school understands what a family is.
And finally, imagine taking your kid to learn at a library that could definitely stand to brush up on its ABCs
This alphabet on the wall of a library, of all places.