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Whether to have another child is a common enough question for families, but when Tiffany Beveridge asked herself, she hit on an answer that would change the Internet forever. Instead of having a baby, she created one, and My Imaginary Well Dressed Toddler, the Pinterest chronicles of an impeccably outfitted and laughably hip girl named Quinoa, was born. She’s one of several fake Internet kids who are capturing our attention with their charm, shamelessness and shenanigans.

Name: My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler

Where you’ll find this kid: Pinterest, Facebook

Signature move: Haughty and on-trend social commentary delivered with serious style.

Notable accomplishments: In addition to her Internet gig, Quinoa is also the star of the book, How to Quinoa: Life Lessons from My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler.

 

Name: Honest Toddler

Where you’ll find this kid: Twitter, The Honest Toddler

Signature move: Telling it like it is, toddler styles.

Notable accomplishments: This truth-talkin’ tot is the star of The Honest Toddler: A Child’s Guide to Parenting. The toddler’s story has also been optioned for television, and creator Bunmi Laditan is currently engaged in a trademark battle with Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company. How Hollywood!

 

Name: I Am Royal Baby

Where you’ll find this kid: Twitter

Signature move: Proclamations from the Kensington Palace throne, er, potty.

Notable accomplishments: I Am Royal Baby is the only commentator who can dish on Duchess Kate’s boobs without sounding creepy.

Bonus: The kids of Los Feliz Daycare

Where you’ll find these kids: Twitter

Signature move: The fictional California childcare centre treats bourgeois parenting trends with good humour.

Notable accomplishments: Headlines! Los Feliz Daycare has been featured in Time magazine and on CBS, The Huffington Post, and Slate, and is worth following whether you’re an earnest parent or just like making fun of them.

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