Crazy Kids 2023 Who Are Really Crazy One fantastic component of being a parent is something not everybody informs you concerning: the completely insanely hilarious points kids will do simply to entertain themselves. As adults, we discover to censor ourselves. Children, nevertheless, have no idea what they’re doing 100% of the time … as well as they do not care. The outcomes are funny.

C’mon son, let’s play!

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Crazy Kids 2023

Oh, nothing to see here, just practicing for my wedding.

Oh, Nothing To See Here, Just Practicing For My Wedding.
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SO close.

So Close.
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My First Epic Prank.

My First Epic Prank.
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Mmmm, puppy looks scrumptious.

Mmmm, Puppy Looks Scrumptious.
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Looks like it’s time for a time-out.

Looks Like It'S Time For A Time-Out.
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Shhh, shhhhhhh.

Shhh, Shhhhhhh.
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Kisses for piggy!

Kisses For Piggy!
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Daddy is going to love it when he wakes up.

Daddy Is Going To Love It When He Wakes Up.
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No. MY CAKE!

No. My Cake!
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Fishie and I are going to be BFF!

Fishie And I Are Going To Be Bff!
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Shhhh, daddy. Sleep now. SHHHH!

Shhhh, Daddy. Sleep Now. Shhhh!
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Give me twenty, girls!

Give Me Twenty, Girls!
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Here comes the pee!

Here Comes The Pee!
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No one surprises me more than myself!

No One Surprises Me More Than Myself!
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Oh hai there!

Oh Hai There!
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Puppy needed some exercise.

Puppy Needed Some Exercise.
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Oooooh, what’s that?

Using the bathroom takes too long, give me my diapers.

Using The Bathroom Takes Too Long, Give Me My Diapers.
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Grumpy baby: public enemy #1.

Grumpy Baby: Public Enemy #1.
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Children really do make life better (and way funnier). Click below to share these funny kids with your friends!

You might be tempted to hand over the TV remote and give up. But there’s a better way — and it doesn’t require you to be a perfect parent. “Lower your expectations,” Dr. Mudd says. “If you have that in mind, you and your child can find a new routine that works.”

“Figure out what taking care of yourself means for you. Is it more sleep? Having some time at night to read in bed? Uninterrupted showers?” she asks. Find some things that fill you up, then find ways to make them happen.

Will these tips magically turn your kids into cooperative angels? Unlikely. But they can help you reclaim some moments of peace. And that’s a parenting win.