As a mom to 2 toddlers, I know the realities that would happen if adults acted like toddlers. It wouldn’t be pretty.
I’ve already had my cry today over my digital photo frame being broken by them, and the dirty laundry mixed with the clean laundry. There is the weekly coloring somewhere on the walls. The trying to ride our small dogs like horses. Sitting on the back of the couch. Constant messes. Breaking toys. Nude parties. Screaming at the top of their lungs. Feeling the random need to bite someone. Hand prints all over every mirror and window. Ripping in inner guts out of stuffed animals. Weird food stuck to random parts of my table and chairs.
And those are just a few of the things sitting here on my couch, looking around the living room that I can think of.
Trip and Tyler have nailed what it would be like if adults acted like toddlers. Thank GOD this toddler stage only lasts for a few years.
I do love my toddlers. They mean the world to me. But GOD – whatever test this is, it is pure evil.