Who out there is ready for some parental hilarity?!?!
You’re in luck!
Because we’re about to dive into some hilarious tweets from moms and dads.
Take a look and have some laughs!
1. That would be nice.
Keep working on it!
I just want to have the confidence of my kid answering “I know, I know” before immediately forgetting what I just said.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) January 30, 2022
2. A good parenting tip.
Try it out!
You can spend five minutes trying to fish the egg shell out of the pancake batter, or, and hear me out, you can leave it and tell your kids it’s good luck to get the pancake with the eggshell
— Real Life Mommy (@reallifemommy3) January 30, 2022
3. What a bummer.
Didn’t see that coming…
parenting is hard but so rewarding! like this morning I told my three year old “I love you honey” and she looked up at me with her sweet little face and said “I don’t love you. i only love daddy, and dinosaurs.”
— ely kreimendahl (@ElyKreimendahl) February 2, 2022
4. A vicious circle.
Parenthood is mostly wanting to sleep. But before you can, you have to make sure other people who never want to sleep fall asleep.
— A Bearer Of Dad News (@HomeWithPeanut) February 3, 2022
5. This is very accurate.
You know it!
Babies love to sweep everything off the tray of their high chair onto the ground while yelling at everyone in sight, like tiny angry police captains from crime shows.
— NicholasG (@Dad_At_Law) February 1, 2022
6. This is getting good!
Tons of drama!
*Joins Facebook moms group for support. Stays for the fights.
— MommyCocktail (@MommyCocktail) January 31, 2022
7. Go on in!
Oh, now I see…
4yo: Mom found this house and no one was home there, so we just went in.
Him: You… just went in?
4yo: Yeah. Just looked around at their stuff.
(A museum. I took them to a museum.)
— Renée Agatep (@GoingByRenee) January 29, 2022
8. You better believe it.
Gonna be a long day…
I woke up, saw my toddler’s shadow, and predicted 6 more cups of coffee.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) February 2, 2022
9. He wants a pot roast.
Give it to him!
I told my 6 yo we were having sandwiches for dinner. He told me he did too much homework to be eating a sandwich for dinner.
— Mom | Sleep & Wellness (@themultiplemom) February 2, 2022
10. Not again!
Every darn day…
Sorry I’m late for work. The sidewalks were lava again
-my 5yo if she had a job
— Randi Lawson (@RandiLawson) February 2, 2022
Do you have any kids at home?
If so, tell us a little bit about them in the comments.
We can’t wait to hear from you!