Things that annoy me about my children

Hey readers,

Firstly, I want to confirm that I love my children but sometimes they can be a right pain in the arse and here is why!

They expect you to know the rules of the game that they have made up in there head and if you dare ge tthe rules wrong they go berseck. I mean come on I am not psychic.

They have a knack at saying things at the most inappropriate time in public places super loud. Such as, one time my youngest decided to ask me in the toilets why do you have a hole mummy? Where is your hole mummy? What is that in your pants (sanitary towel for your info).

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You have to watch their mind numbingly rubbish shows that are really bright now a days, in my opinion anyway!

Why are children so loud, particular first thing in the bloody morning. Then there is the  never ending questions, just drop it for the 1000 time, we are doing it because mummy said so, now sod off.

Children are SO needy and constantly demanding, I mean they really could give Mariah Carey a run for her money and that is saying something 😉

The older a child gets they cost and they are aware of it with their own certain desires and specifications, no dubes anymore, *sob*!

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The meltdowns when they are tired are killer, especially when they are in total denial.

They like really like early mornings and they 99.9% of the time get up at the same time of the day, regardless of late nights, dark mornings, nothing will stop the little monkeys from getting up and bouncing on mummy and daddy’s bed, pfft!

When we drive anyway the constantly asking are we there yet. I mean we haven’t even left the car park and it is, ‘are we there yet?’, well what do you bloody well think, fml!

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If there are siblings involved it is constant bickering about what the other person has. It really doesn’t matter what it is, if the the other child has it then they will have a massive hissy fit. For instant there have already been several arguments in my household over the fact that one child has the blue spoon when they have the green, I mean seriously, they do the same job just as well, it is only colour.

Cheers for reading X

 

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36 thoughts on “Things that annoy me about my children

  1. Oh you’re not alone there! Being a parent is hard core! I love my tiny human to bits, but my god she can drive me up the wall! For me, it’s the repeating the same thing over and over and over, even if I’ve responded – she just doesn’t listen and gets stuck on repeat whilst distracted watching the telly. GAH! #CoolMumClub

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  2. I would add the ‘teen plans’ – there’s a lack of logistics (‘how will you get there?’ “I’ll get the train” – the train stops at 11pm and their function finishes at 11.30….); Changing the toilet paper – we have 3 bathrooms and I’m the only one who knows how to get a new roll of toilet paper. Emptying the over flowing kitchen bin (see toilet paper); and lastly, getting to school on time. How knew that was soooooo hard. #Stayclassymama

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  3. Hi, the little ‘darlings’ do test us that’s for sure! Playing the same games or reading the same book over and over and over and over (you get the jist?) again did my head in. There was many a time I nodded off reading the same book yet again.

    Thank you for linking up with the #MMBC.

    xx

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  4. Haha! This is so true. My eldest is fairly quiet by the standards of most children… Simply a false sense of security because my youngest is the loudest child alive! Ok maybe not but she really is incredibly loud! Thank you for joining us at #ThursdayTeam

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  5. #thesatsesh haha okay, karma demands that you now write a mummy gratitude list, although I agree that kids are a terrible invention and that surely modern science could solve the drama of most of these lol x thanks for joining us.

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