- A South African mother recently headed online to share a hilarious thread about not wanting her kids anymore
- In the post, she jokes about telling the kids that they are no longer wanted by either of their parents
- Some parents could totally relate while others simply laughed in the comment section
Everyone who is a parent knows that it is possibly one of the hardest jobs in the world. A South African mother, @dramadelinquent knows this all to well and recently joked about giving that job up for life.
In a funny thread online the young mother joked that she and her hubby had made the decision not to have kids and in a bizarre twist, they were delivering the news to the children later that same day.
"My husband and I decided we don't want children. We will be telling them tonight," she wrote hilariously.
Mzansi could not deal with how hilarious the thread was and were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the joys and the hardships of being a parent. Read a few of their comments below:
"This crap is exactly why I left Facebook, I love it, I love it, I love it."
"I must tell my daughter!"
"This is the next level, u and ur husband are wise"
"Thank goodness I found you. Why didn’t anyone give me this solution since?"
"I knew there was this clause in the parenting handbook. I knew it."
In other Briefly News about parenting, Sara and her husband Joe Duncan had a moment every parent goes through once in a while; tending to a sick baby. As it happened, the baby's sickness coincided with a time when Joe had a 12-hour working shift that went on for six days.
Despite the exhausting schedule, Joe turned down his wife's request to stay home and rest while she took care of the baby and instead chose to spend in the ward with them.
Sara took a photo of Joe and shared it on her Facebook page, explaining that as much as people may conclude the man is sleeping while mom stays awake in the ER at 2 am, she saw a husband who didn’t want his wife to have to do it on her own, no matter how exhausted he was.
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