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    Here's What Your Toddler Is Actually Thinking, As Told By David From "Schitt's Creek"

    They're both dramatic AF, don't @ me.

    When you change their poop-filled diaper.

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    When they want to drink out of a "big kid cup" and scream until you let them, and then they spill it all over themselves.

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    It's always Mom's fault.

    When you say "I think someone needs a bath."

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    When you use your hand to stop any water/soap from going into their eyes during their bath.

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    When they pull out random scraps of food from their diaper and hand them to you.

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    When you're out in public and they insist on touching EVERYTHING around you.

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    When you leave a glass on a lower surface (JUST FOR A SECOND) and they knock it over.

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    When you repeatedly say "don't cross the street until Mommy/Daddy has your hand".

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    When you tell them for the 5th time not to bite when they're tired/hungry/upset/excited.

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    When they bite you for the 6th time and you sternly say "NO".

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    When they have to eat vegetables.

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    When you let them sleep in just a diaper because it's summer.

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    When you're too tired to make a full dinner so you do scrambled eggs and toast.

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    When you pick them up from daycare and they're not done playing with their friends.

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    When you remind them to share.

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    When you show them Baby Einstein videos.

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    When you try to get them to use a sippy cup instead of a bottle.

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    When you read them a bedtime story but they're still wide awake.

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    And when you tell them how much you love them and that they're the sweetest thing in the whole world.

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