Parents·Updated on May 18, 2019. Posted on Apr 27, 201717 Parenting Brain Farts That Will Make You LOL¯\_(ツ)_/¯by Krista TorresBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Walking around endlessly trying to find things you just had a minute ago. Twitter: @Starliteyes81 Also speed-walking to find your kid's other shoe. 2. Failing to fulfill your parental "duties." melinda_barnhart / Via instagram.com "Please tell me why you did not come last night?" 3. Sending your kid to school with only part of their lunch. Twitter: @sornie79 (Or forgetting to pack one all together.) 4. And not packing your own lunch correctly. Twitter: @MoniSams17 Carbs it is. 5. Showing up to an empty school parking lot. Twitter: @RavynBrite Some days just start rockier than others. 6. Finding ways to NOT have to move the Elf on the Shelf. marshall_family_fitness / Via instagram.com Legit sold on this idea. 7. Figuring out you're going the wrong way AFTER your kid calls you out. Twitter: @albrash You knew you had that kid for a reason. 8. Needing your kids to make this because you're so forgetful. Twitter: @abadale13 Touché. 9. Not realizing it was picture day. Twitter: @TTJT9700 Hey, it makes for a great story. 10. Placing reminder notes for your partner or yourself. jonesgb09 / Via instagram.com It's handwriting practice. 11. Creating more work for yourself. Twitter: @debgis Or those days where you use dry shampoo three times in a row. 12. Letting switching out the laundry slip your mind. someecards.com It happens to the best of us. 13. And going to tuck your kid in when their sheets are part of the load that never got switched out. sierramelzer / Via instagram.com Facepalm. 14. Making regulations that benefit you. Twitter: @khristinaat1 To cover your bases. 15. Setting things out the night before so nothing gets left behind. plokijuhy / Via instagram.com A foolproof plan. 16. Resorting to last year's wardrobe. Twitter: @meghannkay Sometimes you gotta make do. 17. And accepting the fact that this could be you in a few years. dotzygurl / Via instagram.com It's inevitable.