Mum Documents Her Son's Disasters In Hilariously Relatable Snaps
But it seems little Romeo Rox is writing his own rule book of destruction.
The three-year-old from Torquay, Devon, leaves a trail of mayhem wherever he goes, from smashing beloved mugs to smearing toothpaste on furniture, chucking crisps and cereal all over the floor and loads, loads more.
Every time Romeo makes some mess in the home, he blames it on the family dog.
Mum-of-two Steffi, 37, is exhausted by the antics but has decided to laugh instead of cry, documentary his hilarious path of destruction to share with other parents of small children.
"From day one, we were told Romeo was the biggest baby born in Torbay in 10 years, and he's just been a whirlwind ever since," says Steffi, a community organisation director.
"My eldest child Brody, eight, is so chilled and calm whereas Romeo is like a walking tornado.
"He learns through doing things, for example realising some objects break if you throw them across the room - I don't even realise something is breakable until he touches it.
"He blames our dog, Freddie, for everything but the poor dog hasn't even done anything."
Steffi continued: "I started to post about it on Instagram just for myself because I've always taken pictures of what he's done.
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"It blows my mind how he can get the whole house covered in cereal or wet wipes.
"I didn't have this wave of destruction with my other child so I find it quite funny putting the pictures together and looking back at what Romeo has done."
Steffi claims the worst thing Romeo has done (to date) is redecorate the freshly painted grey living walls with bright green poster paint.
"He's very apologetic and says sorry when he's broken something - he's very cute with it so it's hard to be mad at him," adds Steffi.
"I'm still waiting for him to cake himself in Sudocrem at some point but he seems to have skipped that stage and gone on to do more destructive things."
Steffi's Instagram which is filled with photos of Romeo's destruction is quickly growing in following.
The mum said: "Brody has just started an Instagram to document his fishing hobby and he's very upset that he's doing a lovely sport and got no followers but Romeo's page almost has 1,000.
"There's a lot of comments from other mums who say that they've been in similar situations to me and they're very understanding.
"It's just something that other parents can relate to and laugh about in retrospect - it's all a bit of fun.
"I'm hoping to embarrass Romeo with the pictures and videos when he's 18 and show him how untidy he made the house when he was little!"
Anyone else think Romeo needs to go into a career as a demolition expert when he's older?
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