Mums share the photos that show they have a toddler ‘without telling you they have one’

Mums share their VERY relatable photos that show they have toddlers ‘without having to tell you’ – leaving thousands in hysterics

  • Mums have shared the photos that show they have a toddler without telling you
  • One woman, called Susie, invited others to share pictures of the mess they make
  • The photos included snaps of toilets and washing machines filled with food
  • Others said they can never wear the same outfit twice due to dirty hand prints

Mums have shared the photos that show they have a toddler without telling you they have one, and the snaps show a trail of devastation left throughout their homes.

One woman, called Susie, started the thread on Facebook, where she invited others to share their own pictures of the mess that toddlers can make.

She was soon met with hundreds of photos of toilets filled with everything from smashed pint glasses to food and spare socks, as well as pictures of messy rooms with toys and food stains on the carpet.

Mums have shared the photos that show they have a toddler without telling you they have one, and the snaps show a trail of devastation left throughout their homes (one home pictured)

Many said they regularly find half-eaten pieces of fruit, particularly apples (pictured), thanks to their toddler's fascination with the animated series Peppa Pig

Many said they regularly find half-eaten pieces of fruit, particularly apples (pictured), thanks to their toddler’s fascination with the animated series Peppa Pig

One woman, called Susie, started the thread on Facebook, where she invited others to share their own pictures of the mess that toddlers can make (her photo pictured)

One woman, called Susie, started the thread on Facebook, where she invited others to share their own pictures of the mess that toddlers can make (her photo pictured)

Countless mums said it's easy to tell they have a toddler at home due to the fact that they cannot walk anywhere without stepping on toys

Countless mums said it’s easy to tell they have a toddler at home due to the fact that they cannot walk anywhere without stepping on toys

‘Six pints of milk and a bag of sugar all over my house [is a surefire sign I have a toddler],’ one mum posted.

‘Once I had to use a kebab skewer to remove an apple from the toilet,’ another added.

The apple resonated with dozens of others, many of whom said they regularly discover half-bitten apples around the house due to their children’s obsession with the kids’ series Peppa Pig.

Peppa Pig is also fond of apples in the preschool animated television series.

Others said they regularly find food and toys in both their washing machine and dishwashers (pictured)

Others said they regularly find food and toys in both their washing machine and dishwashers (pictured)

Others said they regularly find food and toys in both their washing machine and dishwashers (pictured)

The poster was soon met with hundreds of photos of toilets filled with everything from smashed pint glasses to food and toilet paper (pictured)

The poster was soon met with hundreds of photos of toilets filled with everything from smashed pint glasses to food and toilet paper (pictured)

Others said you would know they have a toddler from the fact that there are messy hand prints imprinted in their carpet, as well as play doh ingrained into the floor.

‘I regularly roll over in the night and find one of these wooden letters,’ one mum wrote.

Another added: ‘I find random patches of water on the floor, on tables, kitchen counters’.

Finding your bed full of cuddly toys was a good indicator for many (pictured)

Finding your bed full of cuddly toys was a good indicator for many (pictured)

Others said you would know they have a toddler from the fact that there are messy hand prints in their carpet, as well as play doh ingrained into the floor and plenty of toys (pictured)

Others said you would know they have a toddler from the fact that there are messy hand prints in their carpet, as well as play doh ingrained into the floor and plenty of toys (pictured)

Many said they have dirty hand prints on everything from their carpets (pictured) to their clothes at home

Many said they have dirty hand prints on everything from their carpets (pictured) to their clothes at home

Putting things in the washing machine was clearly a pastime for many mothers’ toddlers, with them finding everything from cans of Pepsi to their toddlers themselves inside their machine.

‘Spotting the toilet brush floating on the top of hot bubble bath just as you’re about to get in is a good example,’ one mum said.

Others said they can never wear the same outfit twice, thanks to dirty hand prints on their clothes.

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