Since welcoming her daughter Alexis Olympia in September 2017, Serena Williams hasn't been shy about sharing her struggles and victories as she makes her way through her parenting journey. However, her latest hurdle may just be the most relatable yet — and whether you're dealing with this same struggle right now or can look back at your child's baby years and laugh (or cry), you're going to feel her pain.
"I've conquered a lot of things," the new mom tweeted. "Blood clots in my lungs- twice . . . knee and foot surgeries . . . winning grand slams being down match point . . . to name just a FEW but I found out by far the hardest is figuring out a stroller!"
I've conquered a lot of things... blood clots in my lungs- twice... knee and foot surgeries... winning grand slams being down match point... to name just a FEW but I found out by far the hardest is figuring out a stroller! 😰😰— Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) January 20, 2018
Ain't that just the realest truth you've ever heard? What the hell is it with strollers — even when promised a "one-handed fold," we should all know that nothing in the parenting world can be done without at least four hands. And as it turns out, many of Williams's followers on Twitter were poised to inform the new mom of just that. Some of them commiserated with the mom, while others tried to let her down easy over the fact that things can, and definitely will, get harder from here.
See our favorites of the hilarious responses, below.