The "Honest Toddler" — who voices their outrage across several wildly popular social media accounts with more than one million combined followers — has had to put up with a lot.
Having to stay in bed until sunrise. A granola bar that broke in half. Toast without enough butter on it.
But, after years of bemoaning injustices of childhood, "Honest Toddler" finally snapped.
Seemingly in response to allegations of sexual misconduct against comedian Louis C.K. — the latest in a growing list of allegations against Hollywood stars —"Honest Toddler" founder Bunmi Laditan pulled back the curtain and started tweeting as herself Thursday afternoon.
And it was epic.
Montreal mother Bunmi Laditan, who is also the author of Confessions of a Domestic Failure, has typically not shied away from speaking out in the past. Using her trademark dry humour and wit, Laditan picked a public battle with her child's school in August over the amount of homework given, and in October she revealed she'd been suffering from postpartum depression for three years.
After taking over the "Honest Toddler" twitter account Thursday — even changing the name to "Honest Toddler's Mom" and swapping out the old profile photo of an image of animal crackers to one of Laditan's own smirk — Laditan tweeted out her opinions on U.S. President Donald Trump, Louis C.K., and the backlash against NFL players who chose to kneel during the national anthem.
Laditan also confronted those who questioned whether she was worried about her fanbase, ruining her career, and even whether she was intoxicated.
Responses on Twitter, however, were largely positive.