Things that take your toddler forever to do

6 Things it Takes My Toddler Forever to Do

Things that take your toddler forever to do

If you’re a parent to a toddler, you understand they’re just as cute as they are rascals. No matter how many frustrations we go through in a day, getting that one tiny hug from them or one sweet kiss makes every second worth it.

Here are some of the most simple, yet common things that take toddlers forever to do:

Getting dressed. You may understand this pain if you’re a parent to a toddler who has an opinion for everything, especially what they want to wear. This often means that whatever your child is really into (Frozen, Sophia The First, Cinderella), if these items of clothing aren’t cleaned, your day may not go as well.

Washing hands. This is a very minute task that shouldn’t take that long to do. Go in the bathroom, squirt some soap on your hands and wash. Make sure you go in with your child if they’re small because if you don’t escort them, you may have a worse mess than what you started with.

Brushing hair. When it comes down to it, there’s nothing that toddlers hate more than getting their hair brushed. You ask an adult to brush their hair and they would sit for hours, not a tiny tot. There’s often kicking and screaming that is involved when it comes to a nice up do for your child.

Leaving a place. If you have taken your sweet toddler to the park, someone’s home that they like, or any place where they don’t want to leave, it will take forever. It’s especially not fun if you took your child somewhere for a certain amount of time and now you need to leave. There’s no doubt that there will be some kicking and screaming involved.

Taking medication. This may be one of the one things that I despise along with my child. Thank goodness they don’t get too sick because getting them to take medicine makes the me get goosebumps. I know I need to be a parent and give them the medicine, but knowing that it’s not going to go down without a fight isn’t a good feeling.

Cleaning up. Getting a toddler to clean up after themselves is sometimes impossible to do. Even if you’re trying to clean up when they make a mess, it just seems to reappear.

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