There’s seems to be a never-ending flood of funny parenting tweets. You know why? Because raising kids is hysterical and full of ridiculousness.
Take these 15 tweets for example…you’ll see what I mean.
1. You might get to read two pages.
Never is a mother more optimistic than when packing a book for a family trip.
— TeacherMom (@TweatingForTwo) December 31, 2019
2. That bad, huh?
Have you heard of “Bored” the musical? It stars all four of my kids and the pile of toys they got for Christmas.
— Paige Kellerman (@PaigeKellerman) December 31, 2019
3. Sure he is…
Your toddler is sooooo cute!
– People not cleaning up after him
— Not Another Pinterest Mom (@snarkymomtobe) December 29, 2019
4. You are a LIAR!
Me: Hey kids it’s never okay to lie!
Also me: tricks kids into thinking they are watching the ball drop at 8 instead of midnight
— Melissa (@Fiveoclockmommy) January 1, 2020
5. The perfect spot.
*nothing on the kitchen table*
*nothing on the living room floor*
*nothing on the coffee table*
*nothing on the dining room table*
7yo: *builds 2,000-piece lego set at the bottom of the stairs*
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) December 30, 2019
6. It’s gonna be a long year.
It’s 5:47pm on Jan 1st and I feel like I’ve already parented for an entire year.
— Snarky Mommy (@SnarkyMommy78) January 1, 2020
7. Sounds awesome.
89% of being a dad is cupping your hands so your kid can puke into them.
— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) January 2, 2020
8. Is it called ‘parenthood’?
What’s it called when you love your kids but you can’t currently stand them?
— Mama•Is•Drinking Whiskey ? (@MomOf2Happas) December 31, 2019
9. Yes, I’m your grandma.
I love my daughter but she asked me if I was 22 & I said, no I’m 37 & she asked if I’m actually her grandma.
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) December 31, 2019
10. Things look out of place…
when you’re pretty sure your kids had people over while you were out but you can’t prove it. pic.twitter.com/2v1sWfzDvM
— kim. (@KimmyMonte) January 1, 2020
11. A constant struggle.
Like Sisyphus eternally pushing the boulder up the hill except it's me picking up after my two year old.
— ☕New-ish Mom? (@LifeThrewLemons) December 30, 2019
12. Just roll with it.
4 has been carrying a small notebook around all day. She opens it, writes small scribbles and quickly closes it back up.
She’s calling it her “secret diarrhea” and maybe someday day I’ll correct her, but definitely not today.
— MomTransparenting (@momtransparent1) December 30, 2019
13. Didn’t go as planned.
Me: Hey kids, I brought you home some yoga mats! I’m taking you to kids’ yoga tomorrow.*Demonstrates downward dog* This is how you do downward dog!
6: No, mommy, that’s not downward dog. That’s the “come and wipe my bum” position after we poop.
Have kids, they said.
— Goldfish and Chicken Nuggets (@gfishandnuggets) December 27, 2019
14. World War II took place in the ’90s.
my 8 year old, watching a scene from Captain America set in WWII just said "wow that's a lot of technology for the 90s. this is the 90s right?"
— maura quint (@behindyourback) January 3, 2020
15. Where did this come from?
I was just quickly and aimlessly tidying up my house, about 5 minutes in I realized that I was carrying around a potato.
I don't know which room I picked the potato up in, I just know it was not the kitchen.
Kids are fun
— Heather ? doo do doo do doo do doo do (@dishs_up) January 2, 2020
LOLOLOLOLOLOL. Very accurate, methinks.
Are you a parent? Do these tweets speak to your soul?
Tell us a funny story about your little rugrats in the comments!