07/10/2014 04:56 BST | Updated 07/10/2014 05:00 BST

Mother Records Brilliant Video 'Ways My Four-Year-Old Has Insulted Me'

Kids are pure id, meaning they say whatever pops into their heads without malice or spite.

So when Johanna Stein's daughter Sadie said: "You have a lot of hairs on your face, is that a moustache or a beard?", the author groaned (and possibly reached for the Veet) but also saw the humour in it.

"You can choose to be insulted by the things that a toddler says," she said. "My philosophy on parenting is, I try to enjoy it as much as I can."

Stein, who recently published a book titled "How Not to Calm a Child on a Plane and Other Lessons in Parenting from a Highly Questionable Source", put together a video of Sadie-isms, which are worthy of stand-up.

Other one-liners include "Your breath smells like a fart" and our favourite: "Which one is the oldest? Grandma, grandpa or you?"


Paralysed Bride Walks Down The Aisle With Her Father

Male CEO Quit His Job To Spend More Time With His Daughter

Photo gallery What 7pm Looks Like For Parents See Gallery