25 Funny Parenting Tweets That Everyone Can Relate To
It's the end of another week and I'm sure you've worked so hard to get here. Whether you're a stay at home mom, a lady working a nine to five, or a freelancer with a computer on her lap for 13 hours a day, you deserve a laugh or two to celebrate your amazing feat of the week. If the typical funny movies or drinks with friends aren't what you're in need of, this week's roundup of funny parenting tweets will be a suitable choice instead.
When I have a rough week, I'm always looking for a way to make it better. To me, laughing and smiling are the way to do that. Since I can't always get to my family and spend time laughing with my niece, I have to do the next best thing: scroll through my Twitter feed to see what other parents or children lover's are experiencing.
My niece is only two years old, but she's always got a story to tell, a smile to share, and a question to ask. I know that other people have similar experiences, and I'm very thankful that they choose to share them on social media for my amusement.
If you need a little laugh to brighten up your day, these 25 tweets will do it for you.
1Washable Or Nah?
2Never Taking A Toddler Grocery Shopping
Seriously, just don't.
3#DadLife For The Win
Playoff rankings? Nah, Xander wants to watch Finding Dory #DadLife— Clemson Tom (@ClemsonTom) November 16, 2016
Finding Dory is much better, anyway.
4Clean Up, Clean Up
Go ahead and do your share.
5Welcome To The #DadLife
Anyone else have regurgitated baby formula dripping down the inside of their shirt at 5 AM this morning? No? Just me? Okay then. #DadLife— Scott Neumyer (@ScottNeumyer) November 17, 2016
Let's bond over throw up.
6Yawning Or Yelling?
Seriously, who can tell?
7Everytime The Beat Drops
I'm gonna be real with you guys. Yo gabba gabba's "I like bugs" is straight heat. #Dadlife— Nick Hornbeck (@NicksGotABaby) November 17, 2016
Dance it out.
Let's hope for the first option.
Call Beyoncé. There's a new diva in town.
11The Golden Gates
We have entered the stage where the kids can open the fridge and lunches have become a breakfast food. #momlife— Ana Carolina (@AsCarolina) November 17, 2016
Yes, the fridge can be heavenly.
Raise them up right.
13Sharing Is Caring
But WHY do children insist on handing you half chewed bits of food?— Virginia Brasch (@Virginia_Brasch) November 17, 2016
Unless it's soggy food.
14Ring The Alarm
15Moments Like This
My kids have a giant bin of play food. They're using books & potholders to bring me pretend apple slices & caramel iced coffees. #momlife— dmathanas (@dmathanas) November 17, 2016
Gotta love the kiddies.
16Get Them Thinking
Pro parenting tip: counter every annoying "why?" question with "well, why do YOU think?"— Sophia (@sophiahelix) November 15, 2016
And if they think too much, they won't ask anymore questions.
Parenting pro tip: baby stopped up? Put him in a clean white shirt. Works every time.— Mom (@saymom1moretime) November 14, 2016
Yep, in my white tee.
Gotta get it how you live.
19Love In Different Forms
At least he thought of his dad in the morning?
Ummm only asking for a friend: how do you get poop out of sheets, a blanket, bumpers and a teddy bear? Sigh. #ToddlerLife— Katie Donovan (@CaitDonnabhain) November 17, 2016
For different reasons, obviously.
In our house, Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season. And a month of kids begging for pumpkin pie instead of fruit snacks for breakfast.— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) November 16, 2016
All day, every day.
22What's To Eat?
4 cereal boxes, 2 egg cartons & 1,000 waffles, yet my kids can't find anything for breakfast.— Pancho fon Villa (@RunsWithSnacks) November 17, 2016
Apparently their eyes are just for decoration.
Everything you don't want.
Trynna wait for these kids to go to sleep before I make my noodles and pull out the snacks!!!— Blvck Papi (@MDmasin) November 17, 2016
Sometimes, you just need your own stash.
24Worst Day Ever
One of the little kids I babysit said he's having the "worst day ever!!!" because his pack of fruit snacks had no purple ones, lmao— Tean (@tinabeaniex0) November 17, 2016
I feel your pain. Trust me.