There are a lot of things that people like to complain about in life, many of which are valid. If you have a toddler, though, the chances of them complaining about something legitimate are slim to none.
Toddlers are there to question you and to ask questions you might not even know the answer to. They’re going to cry about the fact that their water is too soupy, or be upset that the squirrel outside doesn’t have a jacket, and you just have to roll with it.
Squirrels Get Cold Too
“A 3-year-old girl I babysit was sad that the squirrel outside didn’t have a coat, and became angry that I didn’t have one on hand for him.” —Reddit / Blood-Candy
Next thing you know, you’re inside trying to sew a tiny jacket for a woodland creature just to please the 3-year-old dictator you live with.