Kids are strange, little creatures.
No matter how young at heart we think we are, when faced with a preschooler who hasn’t yet learned not to sweat the small stuff, much less enough perspective to figure out what the small stuff is, maintaining your cool can be tough as each new inexplicable tantrum arises.
Many parents will recognize comedian Jason Good’s list of triggers for what makes his three-year-old freak out, but we hate to tell him it might not get much better in the years to come.
His sock is on wrong.
His lip tastes salty.
His shirt has a tag on it.
The car seat is weird.
He’s hungry, but can’t remember the word “hungry.”
Someone touched his knee.
He’s not allowed in the oven.
I picked out the wrong pants.
His brother looked at him.
His brother didn’t look at him.
His hair is heavy.
Living with kids.
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