19 Celebrity Dads To Follow On Twitter For A Good Time
Though it might seem like the world is a little bit more obsessed with celebrity moms than it is with celebrity dads, one glance through the list of celebrity dads to follow on Twitter will have you questioning why the media doesn't give you celebrity dad content on the regular. Ranging from hilarious, to adorable, to impressive, some celebrity dads definitely do not have it all figured out, which is kind of a relief. Sure, it's easy to assume that celebrities have it a lot easier because they're, well, celebrities — but that's not always the case. Especially when it comes to babies. Because if there's one group of people in this world who don't care if you're a celebrity, it's babies.
Babies treat parents the exact same way across the board, regardless of how many number one songs they've had on the radio or how many Oscars they have on the mantel. Babies don't know the difference between Joe Schmo and Joe Manganiello. If they're hungry, they cry. If their diaper needs to be changed, it doesn't smell like roses just because you're Jimmy Kimmel. If you're ever feeling overwhelmed as a parent and need a little assurance that you're not alone, check out the following celebrity dads on Twitter for a good laugh, cry, or both.
I'd walk through fire for my daughter. Well not FIRE, because it's dangerous. But a super humid room. But not too humid, because my hair.— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 11, 2015
Can you imagine what a comedian Ryan Reynolds daughter will be?
I rescind my early statement, "I could never fall in love with a girl who regularly poops her pants" (I hadn't met my daughter yet).— dax shepard (@daxshepard1) July 20, 2013
Dax Shepard never knew what true love was until he met his daughter.
3Michael Ian Black
Watching "Frozen" again with my daughter because we paid $19.99 to download it so she's going to fucking watch it every day until college.— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) March 9, 2014
Every parent can related to Michael Ian Black's lament on Frozen.
Hilarious and endearing, Chris Pratt's Twitter feed is one you won't want to miss. When he and his wife Anna Faris tweet back and forth — it's pure magic.
I love seeing the look on my kids’ faces on Christmas morning when I tell them we’re Hindu.— Conan O'Brien (@ConanOBrien) December 25, 2014
As if you expected anything less, Conan O'Brien has dad jokes for days.
3-year-old: Can we have a birthday cake?— Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) April 25, 2016
Me: It's not your birthday.
3: The cake won't know.
Comedy writer James Breakwell's kids are likely to follow in his footsteps, if his Twitter dialogue has anything to say about it.
"Just one more episode of Daredevil," he said, as he forgot to feed the kids lunch.— Sammy Rhodes (@sammyrhodes) May 17, 2015
Though author Sammy Rhodes may not be a household name, one scroll through his Twitter feed will have you convinced that he should be. His musings on parenting are especially on point.
It would be if my body wasn't morphing into that body. https://t.co/VlHEHqidCo— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) August 9, 2016
Judd Apatow may not be the most technologically advanced member of his family (those points go to his daughter, Maude), but he still gives a good Twitter feed, including this tweet about his inevitable descent into #DadBod.
What parent hasn't been struck by the Crayola bandit? Tori Spelling's husband Dean McDermott is here to remind you that you're not alone.
I already eat off my wife's plate & as soon as my child starts on solid foods I shall expand my empire— Michael Joyce (@NotMikeJoyce) April 8, 2016
Comedian Michael Joyce has big plans for all those cheerios his kid is going to be eating.
Fairly sure my new baby daughter is plotting something.— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) July 26, 2014
Don't worry, Jimmy Kimmel, I'm fairly sure all babies are plotting something.
My daughter says every boy in the world has a penis, even Santa. So sad that one day she'll learn there's no such thing as Santa's penis.— Adam Scott (@mradamscott) May 31, 2013
Hilarious and candid, Adam Scott brings you the best of his daughter's thoughts on Twitter.
My daughter just told me she's going to get a tattoo of a Werehawk (half werewolf half hawk) Happy Father's Day to me! #Ididit— max greenfield (@iamgreenfield) June 16, 2013
Max Greenfield's tweets about his daughters will have you laughing for days.
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's been covered in his baby's bodily fluids, just like you.
15Neil Patrick Harris
Gideon & Harper are 9 months old today. Having a low key party. 400 people. Viper room. Slam dancing. Pitbull is performing. Should be dope.— Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) July 12, 2011
Neil Patrick Harris has so many amazing dad tweets that sometimes it's hard to keep up. Nothing like a casual party for your twin babies.
My kid changed the Lego Movie song from "Everything is awesome when you're part of a team" to "Everything is awesome when you're not dying"— Joel McHale (@joelmchale) March 14, 2014
Joel McHale's kid has a knack for the funny bone, just like Dad.
WARNING! Do not leave your phone anywhere near my daughter. She will figure out your code & take selfies with it... pic.twitter.com/5o6zQVMvz0— Mario Lopez (@MarioLopezExtra) June 5, 2015
You know, I think AC Slater would be proud.
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
New dad John Legend takes to Twitter to defend his wife, and demand equality for moms and dads. Yep, that's a Twitter account worth following.
I know I've got a blockhead...I never knew I'd have an actual blockhead for a child lol. pic.twitter.com/8RyuZZUX1h— Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) October 9, 2015
As if Channing Tatum and wife Jenna Dewan Tatum weren't #goals enough already, they added a precious daughter into the mix, giving both of them extra relatable points on the Twitter spectrum.