- A local mom recently headed online to share a heartwarming yet hilarious post about the things that come with being a parent
- The post includes a photo of a little one hiding behind a curtain very poorly while the caption explains that she has to pretend that she can't see her
- Many South African parents quickly headed to the comment section to share just how much they could relate to the post
A doting mom recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about the joys and not so joyful things about being a parent. In her post, @kamo_marven shared a photo of a little one who is seemingly playing hide-and-seek.
In the caption of the post, the popular Twitter user writes that even though the child is clearly visibly behind the curtain, she still had to pretend that she could not see her - and if you've ever played hide-and-seek with a toddler, you would know the importance of this.
"Ai mara being a parent sometimes, now I must act like I cant see this child," wrote the young mom in the caption of her post.
Very soon South African parents were in the comment section sharing their thoughts about the post and unsurprisingly many of them could relate to the post. Read a few of them below:
"My son would ask my wife to look for him while he is on her back."
"Hayke Hayke this one is worse, what did we do to deserve such."
@QhamaniOvayo also wrote:
"You must also be vocal while searching...I wonder where is she?"
In similar Briefly.co.za news, kids really do the funniest things which make it pretty hard for parents to be upset - even when a little one completely defaces a bathroom with a red marker. A little one proved this after she was caught red-handed trying to clean up her writing that was placed all over a bathroom and even the toilet seat.
In the clip that was uploaded by Twitter user, @ZwangaMukhuthu the little one realises that she had been caught in the act. She then decides that her best option is to throw herself on the floor and pretend to be dead.
"Bathong," Zwanga captioned the hilarious clip of the mischievous bundle of joy.
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