Kids Really Do Lose Their Minds Over The Smallest Things
Missy aka Tizzy
On 30th June 2018
Kids are a trip. They are learning the way of the world, and sometimes it can get to be quite overwhelming for them. They can have a total meltdown at the drop of a hat for no real apparent reason. Here are some hilarious depictions of kids totally losing it over the littlest things.
Where is my ducky?
Little kids are too cute. They really do have total meltdowns over the simplest things. However, we wonder if this kid's mom put his duck on his head to trigger a freak-out. How could you let that precious little face cry like that when his duck is right on his head?
This poor little guy is probably a very humble kid who does not do well getting a ton of attention. If I were him, I would not be crying over everyone singing. I would be crying over the fact that she just piled up donuts instead of getting a real cake for my birthday.
This poor kid thinks that the microwave ate his lunch. This child must be starving. If I were his mom, I might start throwing a Snickers at him. He is clearly hangry.
Kids are so funny. This little lazy bones must be truly exhausted if he could not reach just a couple of inches to reach his pennies. His parents must be horrible for not putting the pennies closer to him.
We wonder how long it took little Miss Chunky Butt here to figure out if she turned sideways she could still fit through the doggy door. Good thing she is young and has plenty of years to smarten up.
It looks like this little dude knows he is rotten, so he is punishing himself for future bad acts. He will have a credit to hold against his next time out to avoid punishment at that time.
It is always good to try to explain to little kids when you take them anywhere that they cannot have anything. This way, they do not get super excited only to be disappointed when they are told no.
Oh no. This guy clearly got a defective hoodie for their little guy. We can only hope that they threw it away and replaced it with one that works like it is supposed to.
Ain't No Sunshine
Well, there may not be sunshine, but there are still UV rays even on a rainy day. It is never too soon to teach your kid about protecting their skin. His mama should be tarred and feathered for making him feel bad for wanting to put on sunscreen.
No Compliments, Please
It is usually adults who do not like to be complicated. Apparently, this child has an old soul and is just not having it. Or, perhaps she does not understand the word. Maybe they should have complimented her in a way she understands. It would have saved this little princess a meltdown.