Children are born pure and innocent. It takes a while for them to develop emotions like shame and embarrassment because these are dependent on society’s reactions to one’s actions. But then there are kids who seem to never have gotten the memo because they go through life doing the goofiest things without caring what others think. If only we were more like these kids…
“When the door in the bathroom got stuck, our 7-year-old daughter found a way out,” wrote this parent online. This leaves us with so many questions. First, how long was she in there that she had enough time to make such a big hole in the door. Second, did her parents let her watch “The Shining”?
Speaking of scary movies…
Kids love Halloween. It’s their chance to wear fun costumes and go out looking for candy. Some kids, however, take the costume part of the holiday more seriously than most. We are not sure if this little kid saw the movie his costume is based on, but let’s just say he doesn’t quite fit in with the rest of the cute witches in his preschool class.
What would you do if your kid gave you a birthday card like this?
Kids’ creativity is boundless, and it should not be constrained. So, if they find some… unorthodox materials for their art projects, we should let them use them. Who knows? Maybe one day their work will be displayed at the Museum of Modern Art. And you can proudly say it all started with a sanitary pad.
Ever wondered where kids get their play ideas?
“When asked about it, my 6-year old niece told me they were trying to bring Mommy back to life,” wrote the person who shared this image on Reddit. Clearly, she was recreating a seance. Now, whether she got the idea from a movie or from something she saw in real life, is the real question.
Does your kid embarrass you when you go out in public?
The Old Market Square in Nottingham, England, has a history that goes back over 700 years. That clearly didn’t matter to this kid, it seems. Perhaps it was a really hot day and he wanted to freshen up. Or maybe he lost something near and dear at the bottom of the fountain and he decided to jump in to find it.
Ever seen a scary ice cream cone?
“What my 2-year-old daughter chose for her Halloween costume,” wrote the user online. Here we have a kid with two very different sides to her personality, clearly vying for domination. On the one hand, she is attracted to cute, wholesome things like pink ice cream. On the other hand, she has an appreciation for the more sinister things in life. Who’s to say which side will win?
You wish you’d thought of this when you were little…