Hilariously Honest Toddler Shares What He Learned In Daycare With Mom

Images show a toddler using hand signals and facial expressions animatedly as he discusses his day with his mom.

It’s a daily routine that begins in daycare. Parents ask their kids what happened during school. In our video clip, a mom asks her toddler about daycare, but they call it “nursery” in the UK. This kid answers honestly while eating an after-school snack, with hand gestures and a head tilt to match, and it’s hilarious.

Image shows a toddler imitating the hand gestures of his daycare instructors as he talks about his day.
Image from TikTok.

Mom pressed on with this animated conversation, asking what his teachers told him at daycare. The toddler responded, quite candidly, “Stop now.” His response, of course, was accompanied by the appropriate hand gestures and facial expressions.

Image shows a toddler imitating the hand gestures of his daycare instructors as he talks about his day.
Image from TikTok.

As the conversation continues, Mom is totally engaged. She responds wonderfully, showing an interest in what her toddler says about daycare. It is a genuinely wholesome interaction. His funniest response was when his mom asked the toddler if he was a good boy in daycare. There was no hesitation at all. No regret. No remorse. You can find out how he answered below.

While we laugh at the hilarious honesty of this toddler as he discusses his daycare antics, we would also like to commend the mom. She is engaged in the conversation and asks leading questions beyond the standard, “How was your day.” She uses his initial answers to continue the conversation and to get her toddler to expand on his day in daycare.

As a parent, engaging with children of all ages can be very important. It will foster communication that will carry a child through to adulthood. Keeping children communicating becomes increasingly difficult as they grow. Anyone who has dealt with a teenager knows the truth of that. So, if you want more than one-word responses or grunts from your child, please work to keep them engaged.

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