15 Celebrity Dad Tweets That Prove We're All In This Parenting Thing Together
They may be busy making appearances, posing for pictures, and signing autographs, but celebrity dads are no different from any other dads. They can be super strong and supportive, prone to mistakes, and willing to do anything for their little ones. And they are happy to share all of their parenting wins and fails with their followers on social media. If you're wondering how some of your favorite celebrity dads balance their public persona with caring for their children, you don't have to look further than celebrity dad tweets.
If you didn't love certain celebrity dads enough already, you'll have a whole new appreciation after seeing them don silly costumes, truck the kids to hockey practice, and change a number of poo-filled diapers. Although it won't make you or your partner's job as parents any easier, it can be helpful to know that these famous daddies are right there with you in this parenting struggle.
From tweets that make you laugh to those that make you cry, all celebrity dad tweets have on thing in common: they make you look at some of your favorite celebrities in a completely different light. Check out some of the best tweets from your fave A-list dads.
1Dinnertime Is Fun
Now I have another reason to want to have dinner with Ashton Kutcher.
2The Messiness Of Parenthood
Kids are known for pulling pranks on their parents, but it's always fun when dads like Neil Patrick Harris turn the tables.
3Doo Doo For Dada
After this morning's diaper, my daughter finally earned the teardrop tattoo on her face.— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) June 14, 2016
For Ryan Reynolds, changing diapers might be his grittiest role to date.
4The Day The Crayon Box Broke
Even Ashton Kutcher can't figure out how to keep the crayon box closed.
5Sleep Is Not An Option
My favorite alcoholic drink is probably sleep.— Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) June 13, 2016
The always funny Jim Gaffigan would gladly choose a few hours of sleep over a beer.
6When The Kids Are Asleep. . .
Can anyone relate to that moment when gratitude transitions into fear cuz your kids are sleeping way later than normal?— dax shepard (@daxshepard1) June 4, 2016
We've all been there, Dax Shepard.
7The Pranking Parents
Leave it to funny man, Chris Rock to come up with a hilarious way to combat bullying.
8Mom's Biggest Supporter
Funny there's no dad-shaming. When both of us go out to dinner, shame both of us so Chrissy doesn't have to take it all. We'll split it.— John Legend (@johnlegend) May 11, 2016
John Legend is more than happy to share the blame with wife, Chrissy Teigen for enjoying a night out without the baby.
9Getting Silly With It
The fact that he would dress up in this ridiculous outfit for his daughter just makes Channing Tatum even hotter.
10Fun With Limits
In the middle of the night flying rocket copters!! Then bedtime because it's school tomorrow! https://t.co/jEjSOfsurG— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) June 13, 2016
Hanging out with a dad like Nick Cannon is probably a blast, but even he knows when to call it quits.
11Take Your Kid To Work Da
If your dad is an accountant, you might not be so excited to visit his office, but when your dad is Mario Lopez and he has to interview Ellen at the Finding Dory premier, you're all in.
12The Biggest Fan
Donut and coffee in hand, Dean McDermott wouldn't dare miss hockey practice.
13Crazy About Baby
Crazy how deeply in love you can fall with someone you just met — James Van Der Beek (@vanderjames) March 26, 2016
No matter how tough they appear on screen, their babies make dads like James Van Der Beek turn to a pile of mush.
14Not Afraid To Get Dirty
what up! been buried in diapers, but having a blast... btw, don't piss my little girl off -- she's got great aim and projectile poo.— schwim (@DavidSchwimmer) June 23, 2011
David Schwimmer had to take a little time away for diaper duty.
15The Emotional Roller Coaster
Most noticeable difference since becoming a dad: I've cried hard TWICE at America's Got Talent this season.— Seth Meyers (@sethmeyers) June 8, 2016
A little emotional, Seth Meyers?