These 7 Memes Describe Parenting Perfectly

Blogger Ilana Wiles of Mommy Shorts has found the perfect—and hysterical—way to document your average parent problems ... with these totally relatable baby memes.

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Think back long and hard to those days when you wondered if your hair was flat, if you'd had enough time to make it to spin class, pick up your laundry and catch your favorite show. Or those days when you worried about finding the love of your life, before you met your hubby? The problems you faced pre-marriage and babies might seem trivial compared to the parent probs you have now.

And blogger Ilana Wiles has found the perfect—and most hysterical—way to document these problems ... with memes.

While she's been the voice behind the popular parenting blog Mommy Shorts for a while, she launched the Instagram account Average Parent Problems less than two weeks ago and already has an impressive 100K followers. But it's unsurprising—as you double-tap on her user-generated images, you'll see yourself in every. last. one. of the parenting fumbles, hassles, pains and thoughts that you've definitely had yourself (or will soon if you're pregnant with your first).

Our fave part of Average Parenting Problems (apart from the distraction at work) is that it puts parenting in real perspective without all those fancy Instagram filters. Sure, there are highlights of parenting and joys that can only come from being a mom, but there's also the stuff that no one prepares you for: chidlren covered in Nutella, diaper blowouts, temper tantrums that make you question your sanity and so much more. We might feel like we're the only ones, but let's be real: everyone has the same experiences.

Here are a few of our fave ones below—and please know you're not the only one who's ever painfully watched their newly-walking babe take an hour to walk a block down the street...



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