Usually, Insta-parents love sharing their wholesome, cute children dressed in fashionable kiddy-garb, along with inspirational messages of tender love.
But not this one.
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One dad's brutally honest Instagram feed has captured international attention, after sharing that he "hates parenting".
Father of two Mike Julianelle, from Brooklyn, offers candid insights into child-raising on his social media, under the moniker 'Dad and Buried'.
In one Tweet, Julianelle refers to his toddler son as a "little dumbass".
One post, in particular, has captured the attention of his 80,000 followers, in which Julianelle describes how he doesn't "want to be a stay-at-home parent" to his eight-year-old and three-year-old, and explains how difficult it can be to keep your offspring occupied during school holidays.
"It's day two of my Summer as a stay-at-home dad and I've already lost it on my kids," he wrote.
"I don't want to be a stay-at-home parent. I don't want to have to find ways to fill my kids' days all summer. I don't want to plan, I don't want to pack stuff, I don't want to herd them places, I don't want to go places."
"I don't have the temperament, I don't have the patience, I don't have the interest.
"I also don't have a choice. "
In another post, Julianelle also admitted he had accidentally punched his eight-year-old son in the face during a round of wrestling, leaving him with a bloodied nose.
His brutally honest captions have drawn support from other parents, who feel the same.
"Hang in there! We're in this together! This has been one of the roughest summers I've ever had," wrote a fellow parent.
"This! All of this today! I've been a stay at home mom for six years, and I honestly still struggle with it & have many days where I feel like I'm just not cut out for it," wrote another.