kids

Weekly Whims: 25 Average Parent Problems

Posted on Updated on

Oh my goodness…I love how these photos by @averageparentproblems capture so many moments that happen all too often when you have little ones around.  Hilarious after the moment has passed usually…ha ha ha!  Hands down this is my new favorite Instagram feed.  Enjoy a giggle and let me know if you have experienced any or all of these moments! I’m at 21 of the 25!  Ha ha!  Have an awesometastic day friends! ~ Lisa

(As posted on Mommy Shorts)

1) Toy Problems

average-parent-problems-22a

 

2) Stuffed Animal Problems

average parent problems9

 

3) Feminine Hygiene problems

average parent problems15

 

4) Getting out the door problems

average parent problems2

 

5) New Baby Problems

average parent problems3

 

6) Game Playing Problems

average parent problems4

 

7) Mall Problems

average parent problems5

 

8) Permanent Marker Problems

average parent problems6

 

9) Selfie Problems

average parent problems10

 

10) Balloon Problems

average parent problems11

 

11) Restaurant Problems

average-parent-problems-4a

 

12) Even Worse Restaurant Problems

enjoy your meal

 

13) Sharing Problems

average parent problems12

 

14) Phone Problems

average parent problems13

 

15) Co-sleeping Problems

average parent problems14

 

16) Stroller problems

average parent problems18

 

17) changing table problems

diaper cream

 

18) Wardrobe Problems

average-parent-problems5

 

19) Safety Problems

average-parent-problems8

 

20) Dad Problems

average-parent-problems2

 

21) Tub Problems

average-parent-problems9

 

22) New Skill Problems

average-parent-problems6

 

23) Art Problems

average-parent-problems7

 

24) School Picture Problems

average-parent-problems-37a

 

25) Playroom Problems

average parent problems20

If you want more average parent problems, I highly suggest you follow @averageparentproblems on Instagram. You can even submit photos of your own with the hashtag #averageparentproblems for the chance to get featured. Or post them on the Mommy Shorts Facebook page.

But if you consider yourself even slightly above average, this Instagram feed is probably not for you. You’d like @aboveaverageparentproblems where parents complain about their kale getting cold because they were in the middle of an exciting homeschool lesson… but I promise, that account does not exist. Yet.