I know I’m preaching to the choir, but parents have a tough job. A lot of laughs, a lot of great memories, but also a lot of sleepless nights and rough days.
If you have little kiddos running around the house, I think some of these tweets will make you say, “Been there, done that.”
1. Isn’t this great?!?!
I'm so glad I brought my kids to the park so they can ask me for snacks non-stop somewhere different than at home.
— Stay at Homies (@stayathomies) July 25, 2019
2. Slow down, kid.
I don’t think our youngest has taken a single breath while telling us this story that started in 2012.
— Rodney Lacroix (@moooooog35) July 25, 2019
3. Not any better.
[Watching an educational show]
[3 year-old asks a million questions I have no answer for]
Me: Okay, let's watch Bugs Bunny instead.
[5 minutes later]
3: Why doesn't he hop?
— A Bearer Of Dad News (@HomeWithPeanut) July 24, 2019
4. Here we go again.
Become a parent so that your first reaction to someone screaming “OW!” in another room is to roll your eyes and sigh
— Salty Mermaid Entertainment (@saltymermaident) July 22, 2019
5. Never a good idea.
Has anyone ever bought your kid a whistle? You might be entitled to financial compensation.
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) July 20, 2019
6. You went through with it.
We have channels for the first time and while watching cartoons with my 6 y/o he had to pee.
Him: Can you pause it?
Me: I can’t, it’s TV
Him: *pause* Ok then can you stop watching until I’m done so it’s fair?
Someone explain to me why I closed my eyes until he came back ?
— Bunmi Laditan (@HonestToddler) July 25, 2019
7. You can do it!
Before becoming a parent, literally no one prepares for the day you might have to pep talk another person into "making a poopy".
— Ｍｏｍｚｉｌｌａ (@milliondollrfam) July 25, 2019
8. Major trauma in here.
I made my kids some Simba shaped pancakes, but my 2yo wouldn't eat Simba and she started crying. I felt like a savage telling her to eat simba, so I cut Simba's ears off, I realized my mistake when I saw the horror in her face, and now everyone is traumatized.
— Marcy G ? (@BunAndLeggings) July 25, 2019
9. Ahhhh, a new phase.
Once you can send your kids to play in the other room without worrying about them dying, the second part of your life begins.
— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) July 22, 2019
10. Go ahead and vent.
My 5 year old got mad that I told him to try a bite of French Toast because I think he’d like it. He said “you don’t know ANYTHING about my life!” Boy I been with you almost every second since your conception but go off I guess
— Ally (@TragicAllyHere) July 24, 2019
11. Where do we go now?
DAUGHTER: I don’t want that for dinner.
ME: What do you want?
ME: …This is noodles.
DAUGHTER: I don’t want that.
ME: I don’t…I don’t know where we go from here.
— The Dad (@thedad) July 21, 2019
12. The answer is ZERO.
My preschooler wanted me to play with her so she asked my wife for permission if you were wondering how much authority I have in the home.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) July 26, 2019
13. A different kind of recital, honey.
On a road trip passing a billboard that says live girls dancing daily.
My daughter’s voice from the backseat, “wow, that’s a lot of recitals.”
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) July 21, 2019
14. Boom! Nailed it.
I finally found my sleep number.
— MomTransparenting (@momtransparent1) July 24, 2019
15. A constant struggle.
Parenthood is serving regular meals of, “Dream big, my loves, for you can be anything” with a side of, “Please be less annoying” at least once a week.
— Kim Bongiorno (@LetMeStart) July 25, 2019
Share some funny parenting stories with us! We need some more laughs!