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‘Got Toddlered‘: 40 Hilarious Parenting Images That Show How Much Your Life Changes When You Have Children (New Pics)

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Having children brings about a profound transformation in your life. While you might believe you grasp the magnitude of the lifestyle shift awaiting you, dear readers, the reality of parenting is something that cannot be fully comprehended until experienced.

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It’s an adventurous journey marked by significant challenges, perpetual exhaustion, and a prevailing sense that chaos might be the fundamental state of the universe. Social gatherings with friends and engaging hobbies transform into moments dedicated to diaper changes and brief 5-minute naps taken whenever and wherever possible. However, the ultimate reward makes it all worthwhile in the end.

The ‘Got Toddlered’ Instagram feed serves as a captivating digital repository showcasing the profound transformations parenthood can bring. Submissions include pictures of individuals before and after starting a family, offering a humorous and relatable perspective. It acts as a collective reminder that we share common experiences in this journey. Dear readers, feel free to cast your votes for your favorite photos. Additionally, for parents among us, we welcome your insights and advice for those expecting their first child.

We’re enthusiastic supporters of ‘Got Toddlered.’ Once you’ve perused this compilation, don’t forget to explore our additional articles available in Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. If you enjoyed the photographs, make sure to connect with me on social media for more content!

#1 From Being a Step Stool to Looking Cool.

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#2 Only the baby is smiling for a reason.

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#3 From Being Raised to Being Passed Out

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The ‘Got Toddlered’ Instagram page was established by Mike Julianelle from Brooklyn. He is also the mastermind behind the highly successful ‘Dad and Buried’ social media initiative and the ‘Dad and Buried’ podcast. Mike has a penchant for jokes, wit, and excellent humor.

“During our last conversation with Bored Panda, Mike humorously quipped, ‘Look, I don’t dislike my kids, I just despise parenting.’ This sentiment essentially forms the foundation for all my Dad and Buried content, spanning my blog, Instagram, Facebook, podcast, and the Got Toddlered account.”

#4 From being carried to being buried

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#5 From everything put together to what the hell is going on.

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#6 Poppin’ Bottles to Droppin’ Bottom Lips (How Cute Is That Kid?!).

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According to the creator of ‘Got Toddlered’ and ‘Dad and Buried,’ parenting is characterized by being challenging, bothersome, costly, demanding, stressful, and monotonous.

In a previous interview with Bored Panda, Mike expressed, “While my boys often embody all those challenging aspects, I don’t regret having children.” He emphasized the misunderstanding that might arise from his occasional creation of jokes and memes, clarifying that it shouldn’t be interpreted as a suggestion of regretting parenthood.

#7 Working It To Milking Tits

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#8 From the movie, I’m On A Boat! To me, Too, Am A Boat!

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#9 The transition from swimsuit model to pack mule is dramatic.

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“I employ humor and playful banter with my kids, offering critiques of parents, parenting, and even myself. This is reflective of my sense of humor and serves as a coping mechanism, helping me maintain sanity amidst the overwhelming challenges of safeguarding and nurturing young, uninformed, and self-destructive individuals,” he elaborated.

In a previous conversation with Bored Panda in 2019, Mike shared insights into the challenges of caring for an entire family as opposed to just oneself. “I recently went for a job interview,” he mentioned.

#10 Homes, too, may be tampered with!

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#11 From Arms to the Ground! Take a look at that faceplant. Her child is also impressed!

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#12 Shitfaced to Shit On:

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“Job interviews are challenging regardless of life stage, but the responsibility significantly intensifies when you have children,” Mike explained. “I’m no longer solely providing for myself, and the stakes are considerably higher; the consequences of a failed job interview are much more impactful. Additionally, the process itself was challenging as I had to bring my kid along,” he mentioned in a previous discussion.

“Due to financial constraints and my current unemployment, I found myself traveling on a train in a full suit on one of the hottest days of summer, with my toddler on my lap or dozing beside me, as we couldn’t afford childcare. Thankfully, I didn’t have to bring him to the interview; instead, I left him with my wife. The logistical aspects—scheduling, commuting, handing off responsibilities, carrying a sleeping child across Manhattan with perspiration pouring off me like a waterfall—proved to be immensely challenging,” Mike elaborated.

“None of this situation was ideal, but I had no alternative; I needed to present my best self for the job to support my family and, more importantly, to secure a move out of my current residence. ‘I can’t endure another moment of being a stay-at-home parent!’ I joked,” he quipped.

#13 From dressing yourself like a wild animal to raising one.

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#14 From Snow White to Grumpy, there is a character for everyone (For Obvious Reasons).

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#15 From soaking in the rays of the sun to just getting soaked.

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On this platform, we’ve previously delved into coping with parental fatigue and determining one’s readiness for parenthood. According to Ariane Sherine, a comedy writer and single mother, parenting is undeniably challenging but ultimately fulfilling. The journey of raising children can be draining, encompassing challenges such as sleep deprivation, suboptimal dietary decisions, insufficient physical activity, and limited social interaction.

As children grow and start attending school, parents often realize they have more time for themselves. This newfound freedom allows them to indulge in a few hours of self-care, pursue their favorite activities, engage in exercise, and socialize. It’s an opportunity to catch up on things they may have missed while being immersed in the world of diapers and entertaining their little ones with spoonfuls of peas (delicious!).

#16 From glitz to sweatpants. Look at the expression: “Good Mood Gone!”

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#17 From Zombie to Real Zombie

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#18 From Playboy Bunny to This Isn’t Funny!

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“Most likely, your child will outgrow the current behavior they are displaying,” advised mom Ariane. The initial four years are often the most demanding, but as kids turn four and begin school, parents regain a significant chunk of their daily life—approximately six hours. Ariane suggests seeking assistance each week, be it from grandparents or hiring a childminder. Utilize the extra time to prioritize self-care, whether through a massage or a relaxing bath—activities that might be challenging while actively caring for your child,” she recommended on this website.

#19 From Blonde Bride to Barf Bag And look at that mean-mugging kid when he let it rip! “Would you like some?” That’ll teach Mom to reminisce about life before she became a parent!

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#20 He’s Got Game To This Shit Lame

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#21 From wearing hot pink to having her gut poked. These children have no shame!

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Continuing, she emphasized the importance of genuinely desiring to have children as a crucial element of being a good parent. “If the prospect of becoming a parent doesn’t bring you joy, you’re likely to resent having to prioritize your children,” she explained. She highlighted that genuine love for your children is the anchor that helps navigate through the challenging moments, and there will undoubtedly be tough times. “Do it because you recognize that your life would feel incomplete without them,” she suggested, acknowledging that parenting involves sacrificing a significant amount of time and energy. In her view, there is no alternative.

Even if you doubt your parenting skills, consider whether your child is well-fed, clothed, warm, secure, happy, and loved. If so, you’re doing exceptionally well; don’t hesitate to acknowledge and credit yourself for your efforts.

#22 From Sexy French Maid to Plain Old Maid

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#23 From a power tie to the loss of an eye.

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#24 From Ready To Rock to Please Stop It.

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Parenting writer Samantha Scroggin, known for her blog “Walking Outside in Slippers,” emphasized to Bored Panda that there is no universal approach to raising children. Each family is unique, and what proves effective for one child might be entirely different from what another requires.

#25 Double-Fisting Was Once a Lot More Exciting.

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#26 Tiara To Ferrero On New Year’s Eve

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#27 From Style and Grace to Face Stickers (Why Did I Back Into This Rhyming Corner?

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On the other hand, Dan Bacon, a dating and relationship expert from The Modern Man, pointed out that one of the most notable changes in a parent’s life is the considerable reduction in spare time to pursue personal desires. Children demand and deserve your attention, leaving less room for personal pursuits.

“You are no longer just a couple; you are now a couple who is also parents,” he conveyed to Bored Panda. Understanding the challenges of parenting often requires firsthand experience. Central to parenting is the responsibility for others, prioritizing the care of your family before tending to your individual needs. Neglecting this responsibility can potentially harm the connection you have with your children.

#28 From Namaste to Please Take Me Away!

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#29 I honestly don’t know what I could tell which was the before picture if it weren’t for the baby. That first one screams “Dad.”

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#30 From the Cleavage to the Leakage. Mastitis and “Damn Sis!” From the Hot Dress to the Hot Mess.

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#31 That was not her intention.

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#32 Everything from body shots to sippy cups. Everything from Tequila to Backwash.

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#33 From Posing to the Need for New Clothes.

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#34 From Beach Bunny to Pack Mule, we’ve got you covered.

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#35 Chugging to Buggin.

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#36 From Laidback To Face Palm – The Official Expression Of Tired And Frustrated Parents All Over The World.

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#37 Playmates to Play Dates.

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#38 ‘From Stachin’ to Crashin’

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#39 But why is he still smiling?! (I Disobeyed My ‘No Happy After Photos’ Rule Because of Yikes!

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#40 From Weight Lifting to Dead Weight What happened to The Dumbbell?

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