17 Ridiculous Things People Should Really Stop Saying To Parents

#1. “What do you mean you’re tired? It’s a baby, it can’t be that difficult to handle.”


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#2. “He’s a tiny little thing. What could possibly go wrong?”


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#3. “Why complain when doing your family’s laundry? Kids’ clothes are tiny!”

Mom offered to do laundry😜🙈…;not sure she knew what she was getting herself in to! 😂#yourbad #momsarethebest

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#4. “Getting ready in the morning can’t be THAT much harder with kids.”

#5. “Why would you need to get up so early? It’s not like there’s a lot to do at 6 in the morning.”

#6. “You can always train them to tidy up after themselves.”

O for the #love of…; #kids #kidsmess #arrrh #children #playing #books #everywhere

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#7. “Your family photos are so cute! Your kids must be angels.”

#8. “If cooking for your kids is so exhausting, why not just eat out then?”

#mission #always #ants #in #their #pants #bored #why #not #your #food #is #always #better #lol #parentproblems #parentlife #theramblingsofasinglemom #followforfollow

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#9. “Your vacation wasn’t relaxing? It’s a vacation. You must be mental.”

#10. “You can actually take a breather every few minutes, you know. Nothing will happen if you close your eyes for 5 minutes, trust me.”

Ruh-roh. #averageparentproblems photo: @kdhefner

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#11. “I mean, I’m sure a lot of parents sneak in a nap here and there.”

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#12. “So it really isn’t a proper excuse when you say you were ‘up all night’.”

#13. “Even if you did lose sleep during the workweek, you can still catch up during the weekend, right?”


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#14. “Also, if I have to hear another parent go on about how hard it is taking their kid to the supermarket, I will lose it.”


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#15. “You really expect me to believe getting groceries makes you tired? Groceries?”

#16. “But if sleeping was such a big problem, then they should just co-sleep. Can’t believe I know more about this than you do, and I’m not even a parent.”


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“I read an article about it once. You should really catch up more on the literature.”

#17. “Seriously — chill out once in a while. Your own parents weren’t this stressed out when they had you, probably. They were NEVER this tired.”

Look how far car seats have come in 25 years. Lol. #tbt #tiredparents #90sbaby

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“Just suck it up for a few more years. When they become teenagers, your problems will be all over anyway.”

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