Monday, December 16, 2019

20 Of The Tiniest Baby Animals Being Really Annoying For Mom, But Cute For Us

Motherhood is a real treat. After all that hard work, those long, sleepless nights, fevers, and messes, watching your little ones grow up and thrive is all a mom can really ask for. But…there are moments when the journey of motherhood isn’t such smooth sailing. In fact, there are times when it’s just really, really annoying.


Luckily for us, when baby animals are a pain for their moms, it’s pretty adorable for us.

1. “Mommy just wants to get a little bit of sun.”

"Mommy just wants to get a little bit of sun."

2. Jaded. So jaded.

Jaded. So jaded.

3. “Can we go to the park now? Please, please. Please. Please, PLEASE?”

"Can we go to the park now? Please, please. Please. Please, PLEASE?"

4. “When does it end?”

"When does it end?"

5. “Me, what about me? MOM. ME.”

"Me, what about me? MOM. ME."

6. It’s like tugging on your earring…but worse.

It's like tugging on your earring...but worse.

7. “Come back. Come BACK. MOM. LOVE ME.”

"Come back. Come BACK. MOM. LOVE ME."

8. “Stop.”

"Stop."

9. “You haven’t bathed in DAYS.”

"You haven't bathed in DAYS."

10. “You’re going to the vet whether you like it or not. Now GET. IN. THE CAR.”

"You're going to the vet whether you like it or not. Now GET. IN. THE CAR."

11. “You just ate.”

"You just ate."

12. “I’m trying to nap, dear.”

"I'm trying to nap, dear."

13. So. Over. It.

So. Over. It.

14. “…At least he’s finally asleep.”

"...At least he's finally asleep."

15. “PIGGYBACK.”

"PIGGYBACK."

16. “I told you already, I’m not your mother. Please leave.”

"I told you already, I'm not your mother. Please leave."

17. She’s gotten clawed in the face too many times to count.

She's gotten clawed in the face too many times to count.

18. “All I ask for is TWO MINUTES ALONE.”

"All I ask for is TWO MINUTES ALONE."

19. “…Ohmygod, JIMMY. Get. Off.”

"...Ohmygod, JIMMY. Get. Off."

20. Sometimes mom can be the nuisance, too. It’s a two-way street.

Sometimes mom can be the nuisance, too. It's a two-way street.
Just wait ’til it’s time for the little ones to leave home for kitty or dog college…these tough moments will be totally erased from memory and replaced with the sadness (or euphoria) an empty nest brings. Enjoy it while it lasts!
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