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.
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.
Comedy writer James Breakwell's kids are likely to follow in his footsteps, if his Twitter dialogue has anything to say about it.
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.
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.
Comedian Michael Joyce has big plans for all those cheerios his kid is going to be eating.
Hilarious and candid, Adam Scott brings you the best of his daughter's thoughts on Twitter.
15Neil Patrick Harris
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.
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.