19 Times Parents Have No Chill

“Mom, you’re embarrassing me!”

1. When you meet your kid’s new “cool” friend and try to impress them.

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2. When you’re out in public and realize you didn’t pack any diapers.

3. When your kid reaches even the simplest of milestones.

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4. When you’ve been away from your kid too long on a business trip.

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5. When your kid says something rude in public.

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6. When someone sneezes near your newborn baby.

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7. When your kid is at bat in Little League.

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8. When you show your kid your favorite movie from your childhood and REALLY want them to like it.

9. When your kid insists on ordering their own meal at a restaurant and then doesn’t eat a single bite.

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10. When your kid says they’re in their room “studying.”

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11. When you come across an item you need on clearance at Target.

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12. When you’re not feeling appreciated after a long day.

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13. When you finally get a moment to yourself.

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14. When you’re trying to snap a photo of your kid with your cell phone.

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15. When some rando yells at your kid.

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16. When the clerk tells you they only have one copy left of the new video game your kid desperately wants for Christmas.

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17. When you realize you’re going to have to spend the day with your toddler somewhere that isn’t baby-proofed.

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18. When you think it might be too late to sign your kid up for preschool.

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19. When you find your kid’s shoes in the middle of the family room.

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27 Household Cleaning Tricks Every Parent Should Know

Living with kids is dirty business.

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1. Get rid of carpet stains with just three ingredients.

Hydrogen peroxide, water, and lemon juice. That’s it! Learn more here.

2. A lint roller makes picking up glitter a snap — even glitter a vacuum can’t get up.

3. Remove your little Picasso’s crayon markings from the wall with WD-40.

Windex, Goo Gone, and baking soda also work, but a lot of Pinterest suggestions didn’t when tested in real life.

4. WD-40 can also get crayon stains out of clothes.

That is just one of many techniques you can use to get out even washed-in crayon. Learn more here.

5. Clean Lego bricks in your washing machine.

They’ll come out looking brand new and work every bit as well as they always did. Find out more here.

6. Baking soda is your friend when your kid throws up on something in the house.

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Once you’ve cleaned up the puke as much as possible pour a heaping helping of baking soda onto what’s left. It will form into powdered clumps, which you can later vacuum up. You’ll be amazed with how good the area looks and smells!

7. Baking soda is also a key part of removing pee stains from a mattress.

You especially need to know this one if your kid is newly potty trained. Find the deets here.

8. Clean sippy cups with white vinegar to get rid of that stinky smell.

It’s super easy. Learn how here.

9. If your kid spills Kool-Aid onto your beautiful white carpet, you can get it up using dish soap, vinegar, and salt.

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Save the heart attack for later. Learn more here.

10. Keep stains from setting in when you’re away from home with Tide To Go Instant Stain Remover.

11. Picking up small toys is a snap using a dust pan.

12. Whip up a batch of “doll hairspray” (fabric softener and water) to detangle doll hair.

“@Netmums: Fab life hack http://t.co/F9drxVtm3I “

— J_I_Marsh (@Joanna)

13. Get rid of pit stains on your teenager’s T-shirts by wetting the area with lemon juice, adding a tablespoon of salt, then rubbing the fabric between your fingers.

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Letting the T-shirt dry out in the sun will help the stain disappear even more.

14. You can clean the backseat of your car’s upholstery with an easy DIY stain remover.

All you need is Dawn dish soap, white vinegar, and club soda. Learn more here.

15. Keep your kids from making a mess all over the house with this clean-up hack.

Tell your kid they can only bring as many toys out of their room as they can carry in a pillow case. Then, when they’re done playing, they can take the toys back in the pillow case. Learn more here.

16. Remove permanent marker from hardwood floors with a dab of toothpaste.

Learn more here.

17. You can also use toothpaste to make your kid’s sneakers look as good as new.

Learn more here.

18. Remove even the most stubborn marks with these magic erasers.

They really work, but you have to be careful or they’ll take the paint off your wall.

19. Get set-in baby food stains out of a onesie using Dawn, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda.

Learn more here.

20. Clean your kids toys and a whole lot more in the dishwasher.

This is especially smart when the flu has swept through your house. Learn more here.

21. Some toys — especially stuffed animals — are hard to clean without ruining, but it is possible to give them a gentle surface cleaning with dish detergent, water, and paper towels.

Learn more about this — plus other cleaning tips — here.

22. If a stuffed animal needs more in-depth cleaning, however, you can put it in the washing machine.

You have to know what you’re doing, though. Learn how here.

23. If your kid gets gum on their cotton clothes you can get it off by putting the clothes in the freezer.

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This hardens the gum and makes it lose its sticky adhesiveness. Learn more here.

24. You can safely clean car seat straps using baby wipes.

Find a hundred (!) more clever uses for baby wipes here.

25. Clean baseboards using dryer sheets.

This not only gets up the dust but coats the area so dust doesn’t accumulate nearly as quickly in the future.

26. Get crumbs out of even the most difficult nooks and crannies using this homemade slime.

Find out how to make it here.

27. Make outdoor toys look as good as new even if you don’t have a power washer.

Learn how here.

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This Little Girl Knows Exactly What To Do If Her Brother Ever Leaves…OMG I Can’t Stop Laughing.

Sibling rivalry is very serious business — and no one is taking it more seriously than this little girl. Unfortunately, her hilariously elaborate plans were foiled when her parents discovered the unusual to-do list in her notebook. I would probably be disturbed if I wasn’t laughing so much.

 

(via: Reddit)

Pink carpet and hammering everything he loves. Now this is a girl with her priorities in order.

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These 20 Celebrities’ Yearbook Photos Are Hilarious… And Kinda Weird. LOL, Ryan Seacrest…

Looking back through old high school yearbooks is wonderful entertainment. You can laugh at the fads, the friends and the terrible hair decisions everyone seemed to make in the 80s and early 90s. What’s even better than looking at your old yearbook photos? Checking out what celebrities looked like back in the day. As it turns out, some of your favorite celebrities were little dweebs. And some (I’m looking at you Angelina) were as beautiful as ever.

1.) Jamie Lee Fox – a hair product addict

2.) Ryan Seacrest – “You’ll grow into it.”

3.) Sarah Jessica Parker – looks too innocent to have a show about sex in cities

4.) Stephen Colbert – reporting on being awesome

5.) Miley Cyrus – always a sucker for posing

6.) Tina Fey – before she was bossypants

7.) Adam Sandler – perfecting the Jew ‘fro

8.) Kanye West – NERD

9.) Ellen Degeneres – before she snagged her hot wife

10.) Eminem – before he was hardcore

11.) Winona Ryder – the girl who invented being goth

12.) James Franco – of the adorable Franco clan

13.) Steve Carrell – this hunk would never be a 40 year-old virgin

14.) Angelina Jolie – already too beautiful for her own good

15.) Helen Mirren – before she realized that she would be beautiful for decades

16.) Steve Jobs – he didn’t realize he’d change the world

17.) Tyra Banks – she already knew how to smile with her eyes

18.) Carrie Fisher – help us Carrie Fisher, you’re a nerd’s only hope

19.) Russell Brand – before transforming into a manwhore

20.) Seth Rogen & James Franco – adorable BFFs from the beginning

(H/T Elite Daily) Seeing these famous people as children (or at least younger) makes you realize how they all started out just like us. They used to be scrawny, awkward, short and silly. Anyone can become successful with enough drive and motivation. Even awkward Tina Fey grew up to be a beautiful, brilliant (and still hilariously awkward) writer, comedian and business woman. There’s always hope! Share these funny celebrity yearbook photos with others. Let people know that even A-listers started out just like us.

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