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10+ Hilarious Parenting Comics That Will Change How You Look At Life

Parenting is an emotional process, one that never ends. Even when you’re sitting on the toilet doing your business, your kids will obnoxiously barge in and ask for help with something unreasonably suited for the moment. Amidst all the stressful, messy, troublesome, unreasonable and crazy moments our attention-hogging, sugar-loving and mischievous-causing kids stir up, they’re worth every ounce of trouble (sometimes) and we’ll always love them (most of the times).

The reality is, kids are drunk little people. As parents, it’s our job to love them, teach them life skills, keep them safe and out of trouble, and to guide them to become kind and productive human beings. This is difficult because kids are often alarmingly fearless and insanely curious, a combination that’s a magnet for trouble. Whether you’re a new parent or an experienced parent, Shareably wants to remind you that you’re not alone! Here are 26 hilarious and heartwarming parenting comics that brutally display honest scenarios of the struggles and love shared between parents and their little humans.

#1 It’s a real struggle to figure out what to feed these insanely picky little children. They’ll happily eat their boogers, but anything with the word gourmet or displaying the color green will cause an immediate tantrum to rupture.

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#2 They’ll soon grow up to realize that adults are just oversized kids, with more wrinkles and grey hairs.

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#3 Silence is when you know their plotting to unleash their troublesome ideas to satisfy their curiosity and your agony.

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#4 They’ll soon learn to appreciate your persistent banning of ice cream, cookies and other processed sugar goods in the near future.

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#5 Parental thoughts never to be spoken aloud.

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#6 With kids, your personal bubble is their bubble. There’s never a moment of privacy.

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#7 Oh, the simple joys of being a kid. The only daily problem they need to deal with is figuring out which toy they should play with.

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#8 We prey on their naive and innocent perspective for their benefits, and sometimes, for our entertainment.

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#9 There’s an adorable crayon-loving culprit behind every parents’ horror story.

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#10 Me Time = Sleep Time

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#11 It’s the little things parents do for their kids that make them everyday super heroes, some with capes, some without.

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#12 They’ll come to appreciate you some day with something more than just a poop session.

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#13 Even when there’s nothing to do, your mischievous munchkin/s will always find a way to keep you busy.

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#14 If “IT” were candy, we guarantee they’d find it in a heartbeat.

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#15 Even when you’re pooping, your job as a parent never stops.

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#16 This comic box hilariously sums up parenting!

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#17 Parenting is hard. It’s a constant emotional struggle. Sometimes we just need a moment to breathe and process.

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#18 We didn’t realize all the positive similarities both coffee and kids simultaneously seem to bring in our lives.

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#19 Parents have to constantly hide their love for sugar, sweets and everything processed to eat.

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#20 The love-hate relationship of being a parent to little humans is a complicating explanation.

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#21 Sometimes, we deceive our kids for our personal entertainment and sanity.

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#22 There’s never a dull (or quiet) moment with them.

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#23 Kids are like drunk little humans and saying “No” is their favorite word.

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#24 Little humans do what they want, when they want. They’re curious and fearless, a problematic combination when it comes to disciplining.

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#25 Adults who are kids VS. Adults who have kids

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#26 We simultaneously age as our kids quickly grow through all the life stages. Before we know it, they’ll be out of the house and having their own set of kids. Be present and enjoy their growing pains, the life milestones and all the little moments in-between, for life is short and time doesn’t stop for nothing.

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