It’s no secret that kids say (and write) the darndest things. If you want an honest opinion about something, they won’t hesitate to give it — whether you like it or not. Those opinions are often about the appearance of their parents, which means that poor mom and dad basically have a live-in demotivational speaker living with them for at least 18 years.
The website “How to Be a Dad” asked readers what kids have said about their appearance, and here are their hilariously honest replies.
Although every mom is different in her own lovely way, there are some things that seems to blend them all together in a way they can all relate to. Because they care (remember, it’s always because they care) they tend to get annoyed when their families don’t exactly behave in a manner that shows that they care…and why don’t you ever call?
Anyway, the people over at BuzzFeed decided to take the things that moms say and create “inspirational” posters. Please wipe your feet on your way in.
In a series of beautiful, heartwarming photos, mom of three and photographer Anna Larson captures the bond between her two young daughters, Haven, her biological daughter, and Semenesh, who was adopted from Ethiopia five years ago.
Summer is camp season, and many parents look forward to getting a week or two to themselves while their kids get a week or two to explore the great outdoors, learn new skills, and make new friends and memories.
Well, that’s the theory anyway. But not every kid is thrilled to sing “Kumbaya” and share a bunk bed with complete strangers.
What’s a kid to do? Make sure their letters home pack a punch of both hilarious honesty and a little bit of guilt.
Libby Tucker-Spiers’s mom Charlie said her 9-year-old daughter’s dream has always been to look exactly like Rapunzel, but after seeing the side effects that chemotherapy had on her best friend, Aiden Selleck, she wanted to do everything she could to help.
So what did Libby do? She chopped off her flowing blonde hair just for him.