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15 Tweets That Nail What It’s Like To Live With 4-Year-Old

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Raising small children isn’t easy. One of the trickiest aspects of parenting little ones is that as they grow up, the challenges change. Once you get used to your baby waking you up four times a night, suddenly they’re walking–and it’s your job to corral them. Once you get used to being their bodyguard, suddenly they’re talking–and openly defying your will. It just doesn’t stop!

It doesn’t stop, not even after the terrible two’s or the “threenager” years. Between ages four and five, children go through several developmental changes that lead to all sorts of interesting new experiences. They’re starting to learn how to express their emotions, but they haven’t quite learned how to filter themselves. They’re still developing their motor skills, and messes are inevitable. They’re starting to learn how the world around them works, and in their innocence they come up with new ways to look at the world!

Here are 15 Tweets that perfectly sum up what it’s like to live with a 4-year-old. (via Bored Panda.)

1. Eureka moment.

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2. Biding her time.

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3. Resting her feelings.

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4. Walked right into her trap.

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5. Been there, done that.

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6. Dear Old Dad

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7. The book? A Child’s Guide To Machiavelli.

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8. Momnesia

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9. I’m stealing this one.

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10. Retroactive permission.

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11. Winner, winner.

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12. Wait here while Daddy gets a beat down.

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13. Boom. Roasted.

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14. The superhero’s burden.

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15. Good Dad Hunting

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h/t: Bored Panda