Man claims raising toddlers is most exhausting experience of life

Man claims raising toddlers is most exhausting experience of life

- A Twitter user, Ayo Bankole, seems to be facing a lot when it comes to raising children

- Bankole took to Twitter to explain how raising toddlers is not easy

- According to the young man, raising toddlers is the most exhausting experience of adult life

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Many people are who they are today because of how their parents raised them. If a child is raised positively or negatively, it tells on them in future.

Apart from whether a child is raised positively or negatively, there is no denying the fact that looking after someone other than oneself is a very tasking endeavour.

Imagine having to think of what to eat for yourself and for someone else who eats something totally different from you every day, someone who cannot yet talk and express what they need by themselves.

Examples of that someone are little children. Many times, parents are left extremely exhausted for having to take care of their little human.

A man identified as Ayo Bankole on Twitter has taken to the microblogging site to lament about how raising toddlers is an extremely exhausting experience of adult life.

Bankole tweeted: “Raising toddlers has to be the most physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially exhausting experience of adult life.”

See his tweet below:

A number of people reacted to Bankole's tweet and majority of them seemed to agree that raising toddlers is not easy task. See some comments below:

Just recently, a young man took to Twitter to recount how a co-passenger on a train lectured him to stop apologising to his children.

The passenger lectured him not to apologise to his children because it will spoil them and make them feel important.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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