Every day, people go to work and face down bosses, clients, and the general public with unwavering confidence.
It's only when they get home and have to face their toddlers that their true skills are challenged.
He Works Too Hard For Sandwiches
This six-year-old has set standards for himself when it comes to mealtime and wants his mom to know.
In a follow-up tweet, she said "I laugh all day with these kids. they are hilarious af."
There's A Reason They Don't Buy Expensive Pillows
The caption on this photo says "What weird behaviors does your 3 year old do?"
This three-year-old appears to have made a lengthy pillow bridge through the living room in order to avoid a disastrous "floor is lava" situation.
A Children's Traffic Jam At Lego Land
This is proof that as long as people are driving cars there will be traffic jams.
Even these toddlers are road raging at Lego Land in their mini cars because someone is holding up the line.
Working Overtime At A Wedding
Bringing a toddler to a wedding will keep you on your toes all night.
It will also stretch out your bridesmaid dress if the kid manages to crawl up your skirt (and they will try to).
There Is A Butter Biter In The House
It's a well-known fact that a silent toddler usually means trouble.
One parent came downstairs to find that their child had gotten into multiple sticks of butter and taken a big old bite out of each of them.
So That's What That Switch Does
This family was dealing with no power and heat during a winter storm and went to the car to warm up and charge their devices.
Their toddler managed to find the sun-roof switch, and the rest is cold history.
Silence Is Golden, It Is Also Suspicious
Parents of toddlers know all too well that silence is both golden and suspicious.
It usually means that the child has gotten into some kind of mischief and is making a sizeable mess somewhere, like this one was.
No Cabinet Has Escaped The Clutches Of The Kid
When this toddler found a white ink pad in the house they immediately got to work plastering the white hand of Saruman all over the place.
The former white wizard would be proud, but mom and dad, not so much.
Transparency Is Terrifying On Bathroom Doors
The caption on this picture explained that an Airbnb rental had a translucent bathroom door.
The parent who posted it said, "I'm used to my impatient toddler stalking me through the bathroom door, but this took it to a much creepier level." Creepier, indeed.
The Dress Fits Great...
Shopping on your own can be daunting sometimes, and shopping with a toddler is a downright marathon event.
This picture proves you'll never really be sure how something fits if there is a small child hanging off of you.
No Family Member Is Safe From The Toddler's Reign
Not even the dog is safe from a toddler with a marker.
Thankfully, this good-tempered golden retriever just laid down and let it happen, although now the pup looks ashamed of the dye job.
It's A Banana Trap
What is it with kids and demanding food, only to take two bites of it and discard it wherever they please?
Someone found their Xbox controller was given a real-life Mario Kart banana treatment by their toddler.
A Sticky Disaster Is Never Far Away
As we've seen, this is a common scenario. A very busy toddler needed somewhere to store his popsicle.
He of course chose the family supply of paper towels, which will no longer be useful in cleaning up his messes.
Do Not Use The Toaster
This fire hazard was brought to you by a toddler who got their hands on the toothpick container and managed to quickly dump it in the toaster.
They really don't skip a beat when the opportunity arises.
Why Do Kids Want To Put Holes In Everything?
When the neighbor's young child quietly disappeared into another room, this person didn't think much of it at first.
They found the damage to their beloved plant not long after and it was clear that the kid had learned how to use a hole punch.
At Least It Didn't Flush Away
This photo included a caption that says "When your toddler finds the remote before you do."
Unfortunately, these parents knew exactly where to look when the remote disappeared from the living room.
This Is So Much Worse Than Stepping On A Lego
Keeping sharp objects up and out of reach from children is a must, but this plastic citrus juicer doesn't seem overly dangerous.
That is, until a toddler leaves it on the kitchen floor to be stepped on, which is what happened in this picture.
Mini Drama Queen In The Making
Some days you end up bargaining with your child over the most dramatic things.
This little girl wasn't about to part with her precious jewels no matter what her mom said. The drama packaged up in a little person can be incredibly powerful.
Kids are messy, careless, and destructive, at least until it comes to their food.
Suddenly, they become meticulous world-class food critics who can't be bothered with anything less than absolute perfection.
A Future Painter And Current Mess Maker
This mess will take longer to clean up than it took to paint the bookshelf in the first place.
Also, there had to be collateral damage around the house as they transported the kid from the scene of their crime to the bathtub.