Man shares hilarious viral photo of what it's like having kids

Man shares hilarious viral photo of what it's like having kids

- A father shared a comical photo displaying his child's mischievous act

- The hapless dad entered the bathroom to find that a bath had been filled with water and stacks of toilet rolls

- The photo proved a hit via social media, as many South Africans saw the funny side and were able to relate

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A hapless father shared a comical photo, which summed up the reality for many parents with toddlers.

Twitter user Sly (tlamelo_tsogwan) shared a pic, which showed a bath filled with bath water, toilet rolls and toys.

His lighthearted caption read:

"Have babies they said, it will be fun they said."

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Based on the photo, one of the child's parents filled the bath with water, but then left the bathroom unattended.

The little one then took the opportunity to spice things up by throwing items into the bath.

Briefly.co.za noted the strong reaction to the tweet, as many were able to relate to the dad's ordeal.

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Motsetserapper (@LebohangMahao1) said,

"That's the fun part of them."

Mrs Trevor Noah (@Thola_md) added,

"Starts googling how to avoid wearing an orange overall."

Emily TBlossomBlossom (@emily_teffoM) said,

"The little one was probably washing the toilet paper, must have thought he is helpful."

Mbalenhle njoko (@mbalenhle_njoko) responded,

"I am stressed just looking at this. Toilet paper is soo expensive."

Although kids can be a handful, most parents would wholeheartedly agree that they're a huge blessing.

Briefly.co.za reported on a beautiful story, which involved a staff member babysitting a woman's child, so that she could attend her job interview.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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