16 Honest Parents Reveal The Realities Of Parenting And It's Hilarious.

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Happens every time. #averageparentproblems photo: @rochetcaroline

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FYI, that's my hand and my toddler this morning. #stillhungry #averageparentproblems photo: @mommyshorts

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Looks like you missed their window. Whatever that is. #averageparentproblems photo: @sdstafford

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Children are terrifying. #averageparentproblems photo: @mflad12

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Death stare at bottom right!!! #averageparentproblems Big thanks to the famous @mommasgonecity for giving me permission to use this pic!
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When you open your fridge to get an apple.

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If it wasn't the door, it would have been a floorboard. #averageparentproblems photo: @rina_schiffman_photography

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Mooning is an important milestone. #averageparentproblems photo: @lunabell329

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This is why locks were invented. #averageparentproblems photo: @merleborg

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Is there any protein in soap? #averageparentproblems photo: @kittywhisperer

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If only the kids were old enough to carry their own crap. #averageparentproblems photo: @pearlywordsofchaos

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Damn lever handle. #averageparentproblems photo: @jessicasalvesen

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When you find the missing Lego in the worst way possible. #averageparentproblems foot belongs to: @mommyshorts

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Serves you right for making Pinterest a parenting resource. #guilty #averageparentproblems photo: @tamgab

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I hope she wears them in public! #averageparentproblems photo: @lucietheresa

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Frozen was over two year ago and the obsession lives on. #averageparentproblems photo: @aciewhatyoumean

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