Why Having Kids Sucks (18 Pics)

Don’t let anyone tell you raising kids is easy, because it’s not…

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24 responses to Why Having Kids Sucks (18 Pics)

    1. Youngest of seven here. No kids…ever. As the “free” baby-sitter for all my older siblings, I’ve raised enough kids to not want one.

        1. maybe the older siblings had kids and since the youngest is still, well, young and does not have those responsibilities yet, they ask him/her to do it? i come from a large family and i know how it is. raising kids is a community/family effort.

        2. It makes sense coming from Bill, the Wry Commentator. I can sense that his parents leaned on him to get them through the tough days — the only one of the brood who made any sense at all.

      1. I colored eight peoples’ faces with nail polish including myself, my siblings, and my siblings’ friends. I also stole stuff from the neighbors, used the bushes as my personal outhouse, and nearly ran over my dad with the car. All this between the ages of five and eleven!

  1. 60 years on my Mum still reminds me of the time I destroyed an heirloom baby blanket by pouring food dye all over it and my baby sister. Baby sister, now 62, claims to have suffered Post Traumatic Stress.

  2. All this stuff happens if you don’t raise your kids properly.
    If you raise then right, you don’t have to spank/ ground/ or yell at them.
    Give them you time, attention, love, and show them fairness & respect.
    ALWAYS, follow though with your threats or don’t make them.
    If you raise them properly, your kids will be the best thing you ever did.

    1. Are you for real?
      That daddy got spat up on because he was raining his baby the wrong way? NO, babies just spit up sometimes.
      That kid had an accident and broke the tv because his parents are raising him the wrong way? NO, kids are clumsy.
      Saying baloney like “every stressful part of parenting can be avoided is you’re a perfect parent LIKE ME, ME, ME, MEEEEEE!” is a symptom of pride. Get over yourself.

    2. wow you dont have kids do you.
      with 3 boys under 5 and twins boys on the way i can tell you that no matter how perfect a parent you are that stuff is going to happen no matter what! giving them attention, love and no punishments is not going to stop them from climbing in the fridge, breaking something or experimenting with some sort of colouring device, they are children and that is how they learn…..and that how how we learn (ie its time to get the child safety locks for the fridge)

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