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23 Parenting Tweets All Moms Will Read & Think "Yeah, That's Me"


Every week I get the pleasure of perusing through Twitter to find some of the most relatable, funniest, and understandable tweets from parents. Though I’m not a parent myself, my older sister — who is the mother of a beautiful 3-year-old — religiously looks at my round up and tells me, “I feel what they’re going through.” Likewise, there are plenty of my other mom friends who read my round up of relatable parenting tweets and say, “yeah, that’s totally me, too.”

Being a parent has got to be one of the most fulfilling parts of life. Regardless if your kids wrack your nerves every day or make you feel like you’re the best mom in the entire world every time they see you, every parent can find at least one thing to relate to one another about. If you’ve ever felt like you’re on your own when it comes to the things you experience as a mom, searching a few hashtags on Twitter will quickly prove differently.

Parenting can definitely be a challenge, but knowing that you’re not alone in what you experience can help you breathe a little easier. So, if you need to have one of those “yeah, that’s me” moments right now, these 23 parenting tweets can help you accomplish that.

1Picture Day

I don't blame you.


Please help me understand.

3Le Struggle

You feel it.

4Mom Life, Yo

This is real.


No Bryson Tiller.

6Welcome To Toddler Island

Be careful not to wake it.


What else is new?

8Save A Toddler

Now, where’s my prize?

9Please Share

Sometimes, you need a little love, too.

10The Right ‘Fit

Don’t you feel like this when shopping for kids, too?

11Relatable Reasons

And you better do it quick.

12Banana Cries

This is really what we’re gonna cry over, huh?

13Just Say No


14Only The Pros

Why have I never thought of this?

15Never Alone

Real talk.

16Hide And Go Eat

No one can judge.

17What Is This?

And where did it come from?

18Just Cry

Don’t think any differently.

19Baa Baa Black What?

No other lullaby will work.

20Expert On The Rise

Nailing it.


Ding ding ding.

22How Things Change

This is what parenting does, huh?

23Help, Please

Everything runs together now.