These Are The Valuable Life Lessons I’ve Learned From My Two-Year-Old

by Kate Taylor
Kate is a writer who laughs at her own jokes and likes to pour too much hot sauce on her food.

Two year olds are better known for being terrible than they are for being a source of wisdom, but on this episode of Truth Bomb Mom, Kristina Kuzmic shares some invaluable life lessons that she has learned from the most unlikely of sources — her 2-year-old son.

Kristina opens by pointing out the obvious, “Two-year-olds have a bad reputation.” She further explains, “Yes, they’re the masters of meltdowns. They can throw a tantrum like no other,” and “Yes, they’re very loud.”

Obviously, none of these things make 2-year-olds seem like a likely voice of reason. However, Kristina disagrees. “If we’re really paying attention, there’s a lot we can learn from our 2-year-olds.”

Some examples include: “Be proud of yourself, even for the smallest accomplishments,” and “Housework should always feel like a game,” and “If you never get messy and you’re worried about always being perfect, you’ll miss out on a lot of fun.”

Point is, we, adults do actually have a lot to learn from carefree 2-year-olds. They may be messy, loud, demanding, and various other adjectives that correspond with their “terrible” reputations, but they’re not all bad.

See what else Kristina (and you) can learn from 2-year-olds between their tantrums by watching the latest episode of Truth Bomb Mom below.

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