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25 Children Whose Parents Can Never Rest

25 Children Whose Parents Can Never Rest

You can never guess what surprises children will bring. Their special way of thinking and how they see the world can be surprising, funny, startling, and even scary. Internet users never get tired of telling stories about the things that their kids do. And we don’t even know how to react to some of them.

Bright Side has collected 25 photographs of children who do such strange things, their parents don’t even know what to do about it.

“My daughter who has never seen a horror film looked into the sink and said ’Hey, George!’ Terrified, I looked down and saw George, the friend of Peppa Pig.”

“So my brother and I were playing hide and seek at JCPenny, and I really could not find this kid until I heard a little sneeze from inside a box and…”

Never violate a sleeping schedule. Even if you fall asleep in a very unexpected place.

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“My daughter in a staring contest with LSU’s Mike the Tiger.”

“So my son wanted to be a mailbox for Halloween. He’s the one on the right, the UPS drop box is real.”

Sometimes, playpens are bought not for children, but rather, against them.

“This is how my 9-year-old nephew plays PC games.”

“Got this Christmas card from my 10-year-old sister-in-law today.”

“As a kid, I had my priorities straight.”

“A kid at my school had been hiding these behind the windows.”

“My friend told his kid to put his clothes away and came back to find this instead.”

“Every time I fall asleep my brother steals my laptop and somehow logs on and takes pictures on my webcam.”

“Some kid hid behind a bookshelf and fell asleep during the video in my personal finance class.”

“My little brother is an a**hole.”

“Our daughter is NOT OK with going back to school.”

“30+ years of research shows that if you give a kid Nintendo, he will give his little sister an unplugged controller.”

“My friend had a portrait taken with a vacuum cleaner when he was a child.”

“My niece came to visit. My dog resigned herself to her fate.”

“My 2-year-old figured out how to go cross-eyed and now does it in every picture.”

This kid was a fart for Halloween.

“I work at a summer camp. This 8-year-old girl said she drew her older sister.”

“This kid at my school makes chain mail, wears it, and refuses to take it off when asked by teachers.”

“My sister is about to deliver her second child and my niece is not happy about it.”

“My sister made paintings for each of my siblings. Here’s mine:”

“My kid was stuck in a skill tester machine. He threw toys and lollies down for his fans while waiting to be rescued.”

How do your children have fun? Tell us in the comment section below!

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