Basically parents share the pain which is inquisitive children and the amount of times that dreaded question 'why?' is asked. In my household it's a bazillion times *bangs head slowly and repeatedly against wall.*
This meme turns the tables on the children and provides them with a list of ‘Whys’ from exasperated parents. Genius. Despite not receiving a formal invitation I had to be involved. This one is frankly too good to miss. Time to unleash the frustration.
Why is it that as soon as we are as far as we possibly can be from a toilet, does one child then desperately need to go?
Why must I repeat myself continuously then resort to shouting like a mad women before anyone does as they are told?
Why does no one ever listen? (connected to previous question).
Why must my middle child find every excuse in the book when it comes to bedtime, yet falls asleep at the drop of a hat during even the shortest of car journeys?
Why must my girls strip all their dolls of ALL their clothes ALL OF THE TIME?
Why must brand new books get torn?
Why when one of the children asks to play a game on my iPhone, must some other random app or weird screen I have never seen before be presented to me a mere two minutes later?
Why must my one year old son follow me around with his hands gripped around my legs, making walking impossible and often pulling down my jeans/skirt/trousers in the process?
Why when my girls have moaned for hours about wanting to go out, do they moan about being tired, legs hurting, needing the toilet, being hungry as soon as we get out?
Why must my son pull every single wet wipe out of the packet?
Why must my girls always remember something I've promised them, but conveniently forget when I've asked them to do something?
Why must my heart melt when I watch my three beautiful children sleeping, even after the most chaotic/stressful/hideous of days?