Let me start by saying: I don’t have teenagers. Mine are still small and sweet (most of the time). But, I’ve been a teenager once – and yes, I was a grumpy one. The type that sleeps all day and growls the rest of its waking hours… Although I don’t think I was too much trouble for my parents, I was a handful for myself! I would definitely NOT want to be a teenager again.
I hope these quotes don’t apply to your teenager, seriously. And if they do, I wish you the best of luck with him/her and remember: only a few more years before they leave home 😉 And in the meantime: scrap their grumpy moods – it’s payback time!
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23 thoughts on “Grumpy Teens”
Even though my kids are not in their teens yet, I just love these. You’ll never know, they may come in handy 😉
Thanks so much-love these!
Thank you 🙂
These are priceless, Melo. As we used to like to say in our house when our youngest was a teen: Sometimes I wake up grumpy; other times I just let her sleep. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
That sounds a little like me 😀 (and not only when I was a teen I have to admit – I am not a morning person, haha!)
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THANK YOU bunches 🙂
haha…thank you for these 🙂
These are so perfect! Thank you!
These are great, and so appropriate! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂
Glad you like them Holly!
Thanks. The rest of the grandkids with ‘catch up’ with their 14 year old cousin soon enough.
Thank you — my teenagers are now young adults, but I remember those days. Fortunately, it does pass quickly! Thanks for the wonderful word art!
As the mom of two teens (one in high school, one in college), I can honestly say that it hasn’t been that bad. Teens are like babies, toddlers, etc….different issues at different times. You may feel like pulling your hair out one minute and granting them a Nobel Peace Prize the next for getting along. LOL Thank you for the goodies!
Thanks for making me sleep a little easier at night Diana! I still have a few years to go before they hit their teens, but I’m not really looking forward to it… 😉
My two are both in their teens now… It’s been a learning experience! 😉 Thanks for the beautiful gift! 🙂
Oh my gosh, Melo – you are SO describing my eldest right now… He is QUITE a handful, and I’m hoping this phase will pass quickly; and that he’ll be kinder to his brother & us, not to mention more respectful… He was supposed to go off to college this year (was accepted at the college of his choice), but decided to take a gap year instead to “save up for college.” In reality it was because he was lazy & didn’t do much research to find scholarships & grants (he got no financial aid whatsoever from the college). What has he done with his earnings instead?! Purchase multiple gaming systems, video games & all sorts of junk. Needless to say I’m not too thrilled with him at the moment – he’s causing a lot of stress in our household and disappointing us left & right. Anyhow, thank you very much for these train quotes – I’m sure they’ll be put to good use. 😉
Not only do these describe my own older sons, (20 & 17) but we also have a couple of extra teens that stay with us. (17 & 18) Not to mention my youngest who is very quickly moving out of the terrible twos and on to being a “threenager”. All the drama just no hormones yet. LOL. Thanks so much.
Thank you 🙂
These are awesome…and so accurate! I have 3 boys, ages 22, 14 and 10. My middle son is doing “the teenager thing” and my youngest is (unfortunately) trying to follow a little bit too closely in his brother’s footsteps! I really miss my oldest, as he used to be a big help in keeping the younger boys in line! You are right that they move out fast…and then when you start to miss them, they don’t seem to want to come back home again!! Enjoy them while they are young…and take LOTS of photos!
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