23 Funny Parenting Tweets That Let You Know Life Is Still Really, Really Good
There's no denying that majority of moms everywhere have had an emotional week. Whether you were in favor of or against this week's polling results, the truth of the matter is, there's a lot to talk about when it comes to what's going to happen next in our nation. If you're like me and just so happened to steer clear of social media for the last few days, I totally suggest fixing your Election Day blues by searching for some of this week's funny parenting tweets to get your laugh on.
Laughter can really heal anything, believe it or not. Mix that in with kids doing and saying some of the craziest things and you've got the ultimate problem solver at your fingertips. Though I know it's hard to find a way to smile after all that everyone's been through this week, the way that I've gotten over it is to find the joy in the smallest things. And, right now, those small things are totally other people's children.
Children are truly the light of the world and if you believe that, then you'll surely find a way to smile when reading this week's roundup of tweets. Check out these 23 funny moments to get you back in the swing of things.
1The Flip Side
Last night my son got scared in the middle of the night and shouted till I came and slept in his bed. Then he peed on my back. #dadlife— Drew Dyck (@drewdyck) November 10, 2016
It happens to us all.
2Daylight Saving Time
As a teen I loved daylight savings time change. As a parent I hate it. Re adjusting your kids sleep habbit is hard work. #dadlife— Jeff Wood (@droolingdaddy) November 7, 2016
Or more like parent night savings.
3History Is Made
Everyone's arguing politics while I'm over here cleaning up the largest diaper in human history. #dadlife— spacekicker (@spacekicker) November 10, 2016
You heard it here first, folks
4The New Slang
Well, at least they didn't really curse, right?
The Weeknd should definitely add this in the remix.
It's the little things.
You take what you can get.
Or laundry time. Whatevs.
10Step In The Name Of Love
Trying to do Insanity while trying not to step on Mickey or Elmo#MomLife— Kelsey (@Mels_Kost16) November 10, 2016
That's a workout in itself.
Parenting Pro Tip: Discovered last night that "Horton Hears a Who" is more fun for everyone if read to beat of "Fresh Prince of Bel Air."— Mr Media Training (@MrMediaTraining) November 8, 2016
Try it, really.
12Nightmare On Lion Street
Who would've thought?
13The Good Juice
This is a good reason, though.
I need answers!
16Know It All
And that's all that parenting is, pretending you know what you're talking about and then jamming it down a kid's throat.— iasip script (@sunnyscript) November 8, 2016
And, it totally works.
Whenever I say, "it's me!"— Anthony Holden (@nthonyholden) November 8, 2016
my kids always follow it up with, "it's-a me, daddio!"
which feels like successful parenting to me
Parenting pro level: 100.
18Sarcasm In Baby Form
I can't tell if my baby is a slow clapper or is starting a slow clap to mock my parenting.— The ParentNormal (@ParentNormal) November 8, 2016
Either way, you've got a winner.
Parenting is weird...— Jules (@julie2288) November 6, 2016
Here, take this tiny human you made and keep it alive until it's a teen and you sometimes wanna kill it.
Well, this is uncomfortable.
I've been a parent long enough to be skeptical when my toddler walks into the room and announces, "I didn't poop my pants."— Goats? (@Gooooats) November 10, 2016
We don't believe you.
ME: can't wait to set the clocks back for an extra hour of sleep— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) November 5, 2016
MY TODDLER: pic.twitter.com/HuQwu7EsFo