The inner workings of a child’s brain

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Did you know that, in addition to being an expert ass wiper, superb sandwich maker, and multi-tasker extraordinaire, that I am also an esteemed scientist? I mean, how else would I be able to come up with this?.

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Years of clinical research, right here.

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  1. 3

    Stephanie says

    I haven’t gotten to the “I’m hungry-I’m bored” stage yet. I figure we’ll just stuff a bunch of those balls they put dog treats in with pizza bites and we’ll have solved both problems.

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    tracy@sellabitmum says

    And don’t forget that they are asking you all of these things while you are trying to take a shower. Love this. xo

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    Mama Kat says

    It’s gotten to the point where I just tell the kids to go eat something any time they say they’re hungry. And when they ask me what they can have I just say, “ANYTHING!…just STOP ASKING!”

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    Lynn from For Love or Funny says

    I always love to see your graphic designs. We should print them on t-shirts…you’d make a fortune!!

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    C @ Kid Things says

    Which really all leads to one question: How can I annoy the everloving shit out of my mom at the quickest rate possible?

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    Kate@zMOMbie says

    My little one is only 4mo…but as a former middle school math teacher, I’d say that’s still pretty accurate. :) I especially like the “she’s annoying me”. CLASSIC!

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    Amanda says

    100% accurate! And why do they have to bother each other so much? Why do they have to keep touching one another? A day where I don’t hear about someone touching someone else would be kind of nice.

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