Having a toddler can really change how much you love your kid. Just kidding (kind of); you obviously still love your kid to the moon and back, even when they become a toddler and test your patience every hour of every day with ridiculous tantrums that don't make any sense. And, believe it or not, there are ways lazy moms deal with toddler tantrums that can prevent even the most stressed out parent, from going grey and, well, losing their sanity.
Let's face it: the words "toddler" and "logic" don't generally stand together in any kind of sentence, so why bother using it on them? I mean, kids lose their collective sh*t because you gave them milk in the purple cup instead of the green one, even though they asked for the purple one and swore they hated the color green but somehow, in the span of two minutes, changed their mind while you were walking to the kitchen, and why didn't you realize that, you horrible, selfish parent?!
Being a lazy mom myself, I could stress about said tantrums and rack my brain as to how to keep my kid from crying over purple cups in the future, but I'm all about doing the least amount of work for the best results. When it comes to tantrums, this generally means avoiding hard work like, "talking them through it" or cajoling or any of the stuff that likely won't work but makes you look like a good parent. Nope, I am all about walking away and making things as easy on me as humanly possible.Thankfully, this tactic has taught me some great toddler tantrum coping tips, of which I am more than happy to share: