Being a mom isn't easy. But one aspect of parenting than any mom can relate to is the continual war against your children's bad habits.
This week, one mom has sent Twitter into meltdown after her kids tossed all of her toilet paper into the bath.
Reactions to the post have been mixed. Keep scrolling to see why...
There's nothing as rewarding as motherhood.The love between you and your child is something unlike any other feeling on earth. It's a pretty magical thing.
But that's not to say it's easy.Being a mom is basically the hardest job on earth - and the pressure to be a perfect parent can make life even more stressful.
And even if you try to stay relaxed...There are some aspects of motherhood are just eternally frustrating. Hey, no one said being a mom was always going to be great fun, right?
There are many things that make parenthood irritating.But there's one thing pretty much every mom out there can relate to. That feeling that you're constantly fighting a losing battle against your kids' annoying habits.
This is a feeling one mom knows all too well...A mother has sent Twitter into meltdown this week after her kids threw all of her toilet paper into the bath.
She had been stockpiling the paper amid the coronavirus outbreak.
via: ShutterstockDespite being told not to panic, like many parents, she stockpiled around eighteen rolls of toilet paper.
But her kids clearly had other ideas...And threw them all into a full bath, making them resemble mushy papier-mâché.
The incident was shared on Twitter by Ed Cumming, from Hampshire, U.K.
My friend bought 18 loo rolls and her kids put them all in the bath https://t.co/sxRsiRLOrV— Ed Cumming (@Ed Cumming)1584347631.0
Some saw the soggy mess as a creative opportunity...
@edcumming Perfect opportunity to do some papier-mâché sculpting.— Problem Child (@Problem Child)1584357910.0
The post prompted other parents to share their own hilarious stories."Kids doin' what kids do. Long may it continue," wrote another Twitter user.
Some parents found the post to be reassuring.We're not alone!
Others weren't quite as amused...
@edcumming @WeBackBoris Karma. Just hope the weak and vulnerable haven't missed out owing to her selfishness.— Sarah (@Sarah)1584352875.0
Items such as toilet roll, in the U.K. especially, have been flying off the shelves.With many people left unable to buy the essentials. So, as you can imagine, the post didn't go down too well with some people.
Although, some rushed to her defence.
@edcumming Oh dear! I'm a little surprised to see people calling her out as selfish - my last pack was a 16 pack (c… https://t.co/G6IGyoEyg6— Ruth Blair (@Ruth Blair)1584374102.0
Either-way, there's no doubt her post has made an impression.
@edcumming Children for sale. Actually, scratch that. Free to a good home. Or just any home.— Gail E Bishop 💙 (@Gail E Bishop 💙)1584368364.0