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T-Shirt Slogans Every Toddler Should Wear

By Naomi Odes |

misunderstood t-shirt.

The truth about toddlers on t-shirts.

There’s nothing I love/hate to see more than a toddler screaming on the floor of a department store wearing a t-shirt that says “Mommy’s Little Angel.”

Let’s call it like it is, people. I’ve looked far and wide and while there are plenty of t-shirts with inappropriate slogans like “I’m A Boob Man” available for purchase,  no t-shirt I’ve seen really tells us the truth about toddlers, and what they’re thinking at any given moment.

Perhaps if they walk around with these slogans instead, we’d see them in a new light.


Well, at least we’ll get a little laugh, then.

Here are 11 Toddler T-shirt Slogans with some truthful toddler thoughts.

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11 Funny Yet Truthful T-Shirts Every Toddler Should Own

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Naomi Odes

Naomi Odes Aytur is a blogger who's contributed on the parenting channel of Babble. She chronicles her experiences of being a new mom on her personal website, I Am Still Awake. Read bio and latest posts → Read Naomi's latest posts →

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