Being a parent is hard.

Being a parent during quarantine? Forget about it.

Except you can't. Because you're a parent.

Because you're never, ever, EVER alone. And the talking? Will it ever cease? No. Because 2020, people.

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20-fricking-20.

This dad has the right idea though—it's almost as if he's in our heads...

But fair warning: Take a deep breath before watching because you'll simultaneously have all the parental anxiety that this is your kid and you're having PTSD flashbacks and also be so glad that you're not alone in this never-ending story nightmare that you'll watch it 8 more times just to start the cycle all over again.

Now breathe. And go hide in the bathroom.

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