You have forgotten what your child looks like behind their smartphone.
Bathing is now a four letter word.
They had better teeth brushing skills at five years old.
One chore is equivalent to asking them to move Mt. Everest with their bare hands.
They want you around when there are bees but you better not be seen by another living soul.
One YouTube video makes them subject-matter experts.
You know nothing because you don’t understand what it’s like to go to school.
Nature plays cruel jokes on parents by turning off the teenager’s sense of smell.
Childhood toys fill box after box because, while they never want to look at them again, the thought of giving away their toys is tantamount to asking them to cut off a limb.
Bedtime means anytime before dawn.
The new clothes purchased last week are now too small.