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Blogger Kristina Kuzmic’s hilarious new video, “If Adults Acted Like Toddlers,” illustrates the chaos of raising 1- to 3-year-olds.

From the early wakeup calls, picky eating, and public tantrums to the wild bathroom habits, constant whining and the habit of making a huge mess.

The video is clearly speaking volumes with parents. It has reached over 9 million views on Facebook.

Look familiar at all?

Some of our MoM’s recently shared pictures with us of the worst thing their child has done. Poo painting seemed to be quite popular with the kids. BLURGH!

Check their images out below and let us know if you can beat it!

“Yeh it was great…”  (we think that is paint?!)

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“Half the can of my Whole meal flour, nearly 5 kg spread everywhere by my cheeky super active 4 yr old. ”

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“She scaled the change table and covered herself in sudocrem while I was putting on a load of laundry. I was gone two minutes tops! Lucky there wasn’t much left in the tub!”

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Pen on the macro-suede coach.

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  • how are the kids making these messes and not getting seen earlier lol

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  • All these naughty antics and still we grow up to be wonderful adults who have children who follow the cycle of life.

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  • I know a guy who got up to some antics as a baby / toddler. In an old style pram his Mum left him for a few minutes while he was asleep. He woke up, slid his little hand under his thin pilllow (babies had pillows then – this was many years ago), found his Mum’s lipstick and drew on the inside of his pram. As a toddler he stood on tippy toes, managed to reach the talcum powder on his Auntie’s dressing table and powdered himself from head to toe (there was more on the floor than on him) then told her he smelt “sissy”. He did something really naughty with the wooden train he was playing with. It was explained to him why what he did was wrong and that he wasn’t to do it again. After a couple of warnings she took it away from him and sent him outside to play. A few minutes later she looked out the window to see what he was doing. He had a small piece of wood he was playing with, talking to himself and saying that a piece of wood does just as good…..I know another toddler – a boy who hid some playing cards in the webbing of a upholstered chair so the older kids could match all of them in pairs. Took his Mum and Dad ages to find them. I have to confess to drawing on a wall with a hairclip after being sick and being confined to bed for a few days. Some kids choose to draw on freshly painted walls and often use something that doesn’t wash off easily. I know a toddler who did that – the painting was only finished a few days before.

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  • Lol, that’s hilarious ! And spot on, that’s exactly how it goes :)

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