Funny replies when your child asks you to find their stuff

When you signed up for parenthood you probably didn’t think that you would be spending a good chunk of your time hunting down shoes, socks and iPods for your children.

It can be frustrating to run a household where you are the only person who knows where anything is, and you spend your days picking up after others. I know some parents smartly remove access to the internet until their kid’s rooms have been cleaned, which motivates kids to clean up in a hurry.

Next time your kid complains they can’t find something, here are a few funny responses that might come in handy next time they want you to look for something.

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5 Best replies when your child loses something and wants you to find it for them

1. God created mothers so someone in this house would know where everything is

2. 90% of motherhood is spent looking for someone’s missing crap.

3. I am not just a wife and mother; I am an item location specialist.

4. You never know what you have…. until you clean your room.

5. I am happy to help you look for it.

When your kid keeps asking you to find their stuff
funny meme when your kids can't find stuff in their room

Why do kids lose everything?

Kids often lose their belongings things for a variety of reasons. Their developing brains may not have fully developed the organizational skills needed to keep track of their personal stuff. Children are often easily distracted and may not be as attentive to where they place their items around their school or house.

Kid’s are more focused in having fun, resulting in misplaced belongings. With guidance and some patience, children can learn to become more responsible and mindful of their possessions.

More comebacks you might like

Jackie was tired of finding all of her kids lost stuff

Jackie had reached her breaking point. After countless episodes of searching for her kids’ misplaced items, she decided it was time to take matters into her own hands. With an air of determination, she gathered all the lost stuff and created a “Museum of Misplaced Marvels” in the living room.

Each item was carefully labeled and displayed on makeshift pedestals, complete with comical descriptions and backstories. The kids walked in to find their lost treasures transformed into a whimsical exhibit, and Jackie, playing the part of a curator, gave them a grand tour, complete with dramatic storytelling and exaggerated gestures.

As the kids marveled at the spectacle, Jackie announced a “treasure hunt” challenge. She had hidden a special prize somewhere in the house, and the only way to obtain clues was to successfully locate and reclaim their lost items from the museum. The once-frustrating task of finding lost stuff had turned into an exciting game, with the kids eagerly scouring every nook and cranny in search of their belongings. Laughter filled the air as they embarked on their treasure hunt, and Jackie couldn’t help but chuckle at the unexpected turn of events.

By the end of the day, the kids had not only located their missing items but also discovered a newfound appreciation for keeping track of their belongings. Jackie’s creative approach had turned a mundane chore into a memorable and lighthearted family adventure, leaving everyone with a heartwarming tale to recount for years to come.

The Role of counselling and self care

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Better Help is a great resource where you can talk to a counselor from the comfort of your own home. 

Taking care of your own needs isn’t selfish, and you will feel better in the long run.

When you are dealing with a person who asking you to find their stuff and you find it stressful, consider getting support from a professional. Talking to a counselor is a great way to work through a challenging situation, and help you find some strategies to work through the person’s behaviour.


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