This kid who is wondering what happened to his lollipop.
This girl who thinks teddy bears are so passé.
This kid who already got more game than any of us.
This kiddo who was not excited to be a big sister.
This toddler who DGAF about what time it is.
This little girl who was worried about the mannequin's prostate.
This boy whose idea of "gently kissing" is very different than the rest of ours.
This cutie who jumped into the middle of another family's photo.
This kid who is basically living the dream.
This little guy who is serious about candy.
Pint-sized standup Saffron Herndon, whose act is hilariously inappropriate.
This kid who knew exactly how to treat her sore throat.
This sleeping baby who wasn't trying to be funny, but....
This little girl who knows how to pack for a trip to the store.
This future boss.
This first grader whose letter to the elderly will never be described as "tactful."
Any toddler who has gone into the pool in a regular diaper.
The kids responsible for this Father's Day feast.
This kid who tops the list of "favorite people ever to enter an Apple store."
And this kid who tops the list of "favorite people ever to take a dance class."
This 6-year-old who made some additions to his parents' shopping list.
This one who is a little clone of Gordon Ramsey.
And this kid who is pretty proud he looks like Prince George.
This girl who needs spelling lessons...stat.
This toddler who isn't big on table manners.
This Target-loving kid who threw his birthday party there.
The proud inventor of "fart shoes."
Author Kelly Oxford's hilarious daughter, Bea, who tells it like it is.
10-year-old Ricky, who has some stuff figured out.
This kid who is already a master of revenge.
This kid whose "wrong" answer was probably better than the "right" one.
This kid who is the most relatable hero ever.
This kid whose goals for the future are refreshingly modest.
Ditto for this kid.
This little girl who still needs to work on her makeup game. (But auntie's is on point!)
This kid who was epically savage on his birthday.
This little guy who decided to cover his entire kitchen with carrots...and was pretty happy about it.
These kids who have their own way of watching TV.
This boy's sisters who made sure he would never sleep this deeply ever again.
This kid who wants to share his favorite tunes with...everyone.
This kid whose answer for #3 may not have been what the teacher wanted, but isn't wrong.
The kid who said, "I can't eat this carrot because it has legs!"