We've all had meltdowns but probably we don't remember them. Best not, to be honest. Imagine how cringe our meltdowns would have been. Perhaps ask your mom or dad, what were your meltdowns, I bet you they gonna rub it in and give you the full lowdown on how pathetic the meltdown was.
Causes of 3-year-old's meltdowns this morning:
-Banana too small
-Top of banana slightly squashed
-Honey on porridge doesn't sufficiently resemble "a swimming pool"
-Sister had her 1st wee before his 3rd
-Doesn't want scooter
-Does want scooter
-Something to do with sleeves
— Tom Gatti (@Tom_Gatti) April 2, 2019
The hilarious meltdowns parents shared were indeed keeping us giggling all day. Here some of the best ones that got retweeted by many.
Wanted to put her own clothes away
Wanted to get her own clothes out
Wanted chocolate for breakfast
Didn't want to go to nursery
Wanted to drive herself to nursery
Annoyed at dog for being too waggy
Wrong music on in car.
Baby shark finally brought a smile#3yearolds
— Gary A Husband (@garyhusband) April 2, 2019
I once tried to put my toddler daughter in some brown leggings–after that day, I never bought her anything brown, again, til this very day.
She just turned 25. Still no brown.
— RohemiaXX (@RadicalVagical) April 2, 2019
causes of 12-year-old's meltdowns this morning:
having to get out of bed
having to go to school
having failed to do history homework last night
not able to find pencil case
all of the above being the fault of her mother
— Gaylene Parish #bitchesagainstbrexit (@gaylesp) April 2, 2019
My son is 7 now, but his thing when he was 3 was demanding I passed, held, or brought him something without touching it, which was quite a stretch without the power of telekinesis.
— Yxxng Crxnx (@ThrupennyBit) April 2, 2019
This is funny.
Mine had a meltdown when I opened his little cereal bar and, brace yourself this is horrible, PUSHED IT OUT TO MAKE IT EASIER TO HOLD AND EAT. Cue meltdown. The worse thing was the withering look and tut from his mother "he likes to push it out himself." 😐
— Dafydd Rhys Bowen (@dafbow) April 2, 2019
My 6 month old today.
I don't want milk.
WHY AREN'T YOU FEEDING ME MILK?
This cardigan makes me angry.
I want to chew on my giraffe.
THIS GIRAFFE OFFENDS ME! https://t.co/Q2K3IH0TKM
— Rhoda Wilson (@TemplarWilson) April 2, 2019
I know that feeling, except my 'toddler' is 50 years old, and because I don't cut them like his mum did, I'M doing it wrong 😐
— Sally Lord (@Vidardogsmum) April 2, 2019
Writing 3 year olds name on Halloween pumpkin: STEVEN, 3 yo throws himself on the ground screaming until I finally figure out he only wants 1 E- STEVN is the new spelling
— Shannon (@ShannD91) April 2, 2019
One – the wall wont move out of her way
Two- didnt want juice that i hadnt offered
Three- the wind was blowing her hair, there was no wind
Four- didnt want the ice pole in the plastic, wanted to hold it, then it was 2 cold and wanted it back in the plastic.
— GhirlBoss💚 (@Jaynex4MacD) April 2, 2019
God I'm dreading this stage our 11 month old already screams when you remove her from hazards like the back of the tv, stairs, the open dishwasher. She currently looking me right in the eye & laughing as she tries to rag the cables out of the back of the tv. Witch.
— siobhan (@shivi_ita) April 2, 2019
My 3 yr old had a meltdown because he didn't get to blow out his sisters birthday candles (he did though). Even he thinks this is ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/rEBOFzWdxc
— bri (@breezyCLE) April 2, 2019
My 3YO this morning:
– I put tomato sauce on the plate before her egg (then washed it off)
– I put tomato sauce ON the egg instead of BESIDE it
– I left to get the baby she woke
– the baby looked at her #fml #parenting
— Donna Patane (@DonnaPatane5) April 2, 2019
Here's mine pic.twitter.com/7Iv8SE8aj3
— TEXASWILD (@OutdoorsChoice) April 2, 2019
Daring to make my then three year old meatballs – she threw a complete wobbler & refuse to eat the 'awful things'. Chopping the meatballs up and calling them bolognese helped 😏
— Carla (@CarlaLinford) April 2, 2019
My 2.5 year old wanted me to cut her toast, helped me cut her toast, and then completely lost it when her toast was not in one piece anymore.
— annieb (@queensmamarama) April 2, 2019
Causes of 8-year-old's meltdowns this morning:
– Too much toothpaste on his toothbrush
– Second round, too little toothpaste on his toothbrush
– Not wanting to touch the water to wash his face
– Found a hole in his shorts 🙄
– Something to do with DIY costume for Tudor day.
— Dalkaji Gurung (@dalkaji) April 2, 2019
-Wants Mummy to put him to bed
-Wants a wet wipe
Repeat x 7
-Wants more bottle
-Given time out
Meltdown (doesn't want time out)
-Put back to bed
Meltdown (wants time out)
Ready for bed now?
Yes Daddy night night
— Simon Higgins (@sihiggins) April 2, 2019
My son was 3, he loved Oscer the grouch. So when we went for a stroll we had to stop at every tin trash can and check to see if he was inside. Otherwise it was hell to pay. #meltdown pic.twitter.com/rghZXT8ZtH
— Battle of Evermore (@Motherofpugss) April 3, 2019
My 10-month-old hysterical episodes today:
-Wiping away a runny nose
-Using iPhone charger as a teether
-Using PS4 controller as a teether
-ABSOLUTELY NO SOCKS!
-Eating tissue paper
— lyn (@pwyondlynfor) April 2, 2019