You Know You’re A Toddler When . . .

You Know You’re A Toddler When . . .
– You resist daily naps.
– You can’t wait to brush your teeth.
– You brush your teeth with a fairy toothbrush and bubblegum toothpaste.
– At the supermarket you jump up and down as high as you can, giggling uncontrollably, and no one calls the cops.
– At the supermarket you jump up and down as high as you can, screaming uncontrollably, and no one calls the cops.
– You know how important snacks are. And you know that carrots can’t be considered a real snack.
– You judge the entire experience on the last two minutes.
– The coolest outfits have your favorite cartoon character on it. Bonus points if your panties and t-shirt have matching characters.

- The all-important question for a new friend is, “What’s your favorite color?” closely followed by, “What’s your favorite animal?”

- You use half the toilet paper roll in one wipe.

- Your greatest achievement in life is making it all the way across the monkey bars.

- People yell at you when you go near a street.

- Eating two cupcakes makes you act like you’re on crack.

- The toilet bowl is a sink your size. People freak out when you wash things in it.

- You’re never tired.

So let’s face it . . . are you a toddler?

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11 Comments

  1. I think my husband, who is currently wearing a Felix the Cat shirt, while he brushes his teeth with Spongebob toothpaste and spits into the toilet, is a toddler. To be fair, the bathroom sink is dismantled, but still. . .

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    • EllieAnn

       /  July 7, 2012

      LoL! And we totally love ‘em for it, don’t we? =)

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  2. So funny. I wish!
    I still like to jump up and down occasionally although not in the store and I sometimes look forward to brushing my teeth…

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  3. I think the part about making a judgement on a new experience based on its end could apply to all of us, whether we want to admit it or not. Good post!

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  4. Ha! Great post, Ellie Ann. I’m only part toddler—mainly in regards to sleeping habits, or lack there of. ;)

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  5. Hey, Ellie Ann, great post. I’m all about the snacks!

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  6. This is absolutely fantastic, and wowie, I do not miss these days! My kids are 8, 7 and 6 . . . but they all still get yelled at in the parking lot!

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  7. I was pretty sure I was a toddler until the toilet bowl one.

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  8. I am so far from being a toddler. hehe

    Wish I had half their energy.

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  9. Great stuff. If you like the same toys, you are best friends. Until you want the piece he has. Then it is a battle to the death.

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