91 Hilarious Cartoons That Sum Up What It’s Like To Be Married with Kids
Being a parent can be fun, exciting, and massively rewarding. But as anybody who has kids knows, parenting can also be tough. Check out these hilarious comics to see what we mean. They're created by Adrienne Hedger, a writer, illustrator, and mom, and they perfectly capture what daily life with kids is really like. From the absurdity of sibling arguments and the trials and tribulations of putting kids to bed, to the ridiculous requests your children make while you're driving and the embarassing things they say out loud in public, these funny comics are sure to resonate with parents everywhere.
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Then once plans are made, there's always the chance of kids getting sick last min, and having to cancel.
I'm not like that with my mom cause she doesn't care about a lot of things so my friends love her.
I was too young to remember, but my sister told me of an episodw in our lives when she was being mean to me and I treated to tell everything to mom and then she bribed me some sweets, so that I wouldn't tell anything to our mom. As our mom got back home, she saw me eating these sweets and asked me where I got it from. Well, guess what I told her... I just told her exactly what happened in a very innocennt childish way. Like... "She gave it to me so that I don't tell you that she was being bad." Mom had two reasons to be angry at my big sis now...
And the shame you ate the food they didn't want but theychange their mind later...
I thought her finger in the first picture was a switchblade...
WTF? Ikea furniture is one of the easiest to put together! Guess ur either a DIYer or not...
And this is why I shall have four legged hairy babies!!!! hehehe
When I was a teen I was allowed one 10 minute phone call on week nights, and three 10 minute phone calls on weekend days or holidays. There was an egg timer, and don't dare get caught setting the time back or no phone calls for 2 weeks! A few weeks ago my mom informed me that had they existed during my childhood I would not have been allowed to have a cell phone until I was 18, even if I paid for it myself. I actually responded with "That is so unfair!" I'm 41.