Being a parent is hard work, but parenting a toddler is just plain brutal. Sure, they're cute, but they are also little land mines just waiting to be triggered into a full-blown meltdown at any moment.
You never know what might set a toddler off. Screaming, crying, and thrashing on the floor over such atrocities as having their sandwich cut the wrong way, getting handed a yellow cup they obviously wanted a green one, or not being able to control the weather are pretty much daily occurrences at this age.
If those terrible twos and threes are stressing you out, you're not alone. These "mean" moms and dads are sharing the ridiculous reasons their toddlers completely lost it on r/Parenting. The replies will make you laugh and make you extremely grateful this stage is only temporary.
1. u/BattyBirdie needs thoughts and prayers: