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12 Signs You Might Not Be Cut Out For This Parenthood Thing After All

So, yeeeaah. Raising a whole nother human being is hard.

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1. Number of pics you have of your kid holding booze > number of pics of your kid doing anything else.

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2. Your children's teachers have started to notice your overall influence.

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3. You make "your mom" jokes...to your own child.

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Hmm.

4. Try as you might, you just can't keep a plant alive.

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^Basically your interaction with all houseplants.

5. You lose stuff ALL the time, and can't help but wonder if you'll lose a baby too.

6. You take better care of your wine glasses than you do of yourself.

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7. Your son or daughter has definitely said something terribly embarrassing and incriminating in public.

"Mommy can't resist a big fat sausage!"*facepalm*
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"Mommy can't resist a big fat sausage!"

*facepalm*

8. Rather than tend to the tantrums, you'd rather just document them for the world to see.

And for you to enjoy.Long live #TantrumNovember!
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And for you to enjoy.

Long live #TantrumNovember!

9. When your baby is learning to talk, and you're pretty sure you hear her say a cuss word.

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(And you laugh.)

10. You get WAY too excited when you find new ways to pack your wine.

Even if it means you have to figure out a new way to stow your kid. 😬
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Even if it means you have to figure out a new way to stow your kid. 😬

11. Same goes for when you find new ways of sneaking alcohol into places.

Long gone are the days of having to hide things in your bra.
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Long gone are the days of having to hide things in your bra.

12. When you realize just how many of your thoughts like, Am I cut out for this? are related to drinking.

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You're not the only one! Check out The Detour to see what-the-hell-are-they-doing moments that'll make you feel better about your own parenting skills. Premieres Monday, April 11, at 9 p.m. ET/8 CT on TBS.

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