25 Parenting Tweets That Will Give You All The Giggles
There's nothing like spending time with kids. Whether they're your own, a part of your family, or just kids that you work with, you are almost guaranteed to have a laugh at some point every day. When the opportunity to hang around some little tykes isn't readily available, hoping on Twitter and checking out some of the funny parenting tweets might suffice. (I can confirm that they do.)
When people don't find amusement in kids, I wonder if they're really human. I mean, what isn't funny about a kid still living in the most innocent and imaginative times? Not only is it humorous, it's a kind reminder of just how great our lives once were because we too used our imaginations. Even for those non-parents — like myself — checking out some tweets about kids and how parenting is going for some will brighten your day, give you baby fever, or remind you just why you haven't had children yet. Regardless of the reason, you're sure to get a good, hearty laugh out of checking them out.
If searching hashtags isn't your favorite thing to do, never fret. This round up of this week's funniest tweets can be found below.
1Real Life Besties
At least she loves it.
I regret asking my toddler what he wants to be for Halloween. "A red storm trooper with a dinosaur tail and a fireman and a BULLDOZER."— Robyn Bresnahan (@RobynBresnahan) October 27, 2016
You have to appreciate it.
3It's Dark In Here
*Winnie the Pooh stumbling around with his head caught in a honey pot except it's my toddler stuck in the shirt he's trying to take off*— Josh (@iwearaonesie) October 25, 2016
Try taking your shirt off, maybe?
Just fed my toddler cage-free eggs and organic spinach for breakfast but when I grew up I ate cereal made from sugar and asbestos.— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) October 23, 2016
You made it out alright, though.
#parenting pro-tip: to get out of the house on time, start reminding your newborn to put its shoes on the minute it's out of the womb.— Lucia Weinmeister (@Stardlc) October 26, 2016
Get them in formation early.
6Quitting Ain't Easy
Parenting pro-tip: don't let your kid make it to 3.5 and still have a pacifier, it's like getting a smoker to quit. #parentingproblems— Pregnant & Tweeting (@WhoaPregnancy) October 24, 2016
And you know this.
7Stuck On Band-Aid Brand
Parenting pro-tip: do not buy your kids toys. They will only want to play with Band-Aids.— Stephanie Wittels (@wittelstephanie) October 23, 2016
'Cause Band-Aids stick on me.
I am so hungry. I feed my child and forget to feed myself. #momlife— chelsea (@NomadicMami) October 27, 2016
At least someone ate though, right?
Like...where did you get a grape 樂 #momlife— Gabrielle Stephens (@GabrielleN52210) October 27, 2016
You got that from where?
You deserve this.
12This Is Halloween
And it's literally for everybody.
lol #parenting moment: 4.5 year old has a MASSIVE wipeout on his bike, bruises up his face with a huge fat lip. Tomorrow’s picture day. — Kert Gartner (@kertgartner) October 27, 2016
But did you die?
Me: did you make coffee?— Mary C. Moore (@Mary_C_Moore) October 27, 2016
Hubby: no, just reheated yesterday's
Me: yesterday's was coffee I reheated the day before#parenting
Well, are you tired?
15Two Peas In A Pod
Or one mom and a magical dad.
This is real life.
17Snacks For The Kids
Me: "Get out the 'fridge!" #MiniMilah: "I did not get anything out of that 'fridge, bc there werent any snacks in there for little kids!"— jamilah (@JamilahLemieux) October 20, 2016
Trust me, they're not found in the fridge.
#parenthood— Rev. Fred Small (@revfredsmall) October 27, 2016
Dad (dropping daughter, 13, at dance): "Have fun!"
Daughter: "Don't tell me what to do!"
Fortunately, she was kidding.
Or maybe not.
"Mommy. Imma gonna die right now. Me belly is hungry. Me need a cookie." 3yr old is pathetic today. #Parenthood— Let the Right Bex In (@BexSaltsman) October 27, 2016
Get in my belly.
20Know Your Battles
Trying to wash cheesie dust off a Toddler's face is equivalent to removing the pencil in Operation. It's just not worth it. #Parenthood— JLaC (@JLaC975) October 25, 2016
Choose them wisely.
You couldn't pay me to have a newborn right now. I love the sleep I finally get with a toddler. — kace (@kacieringg) October 24, 2016
Where have you been all of my life?
If yr scared of The Grudge any other movie w/ children skulking around in the dark, sleep training a toddler is going to be awful for you.— Jamie Kenney (@LaComtesseJamie) October 25, 2016
And no, not the bugs.
I don't believe in co-sleeping. I do, however, believe in co-trying-to-sleep-while-being-kicked-in-the-throat-by-a-toddler-at-4am.— Aidan Moher (@adribbleofink) October 27, 2016
You can try to sleep, but I doubt you will.
How do parents not go deaf with high-pitched loud toddler happy-screeches right in the ear? I love you, my daughter, but oww. #momlife— Professional WAHM (@profwahm) October 25, 2016
Oh, that's what happiness sounds like?
25Children Of The Corn
Siblings trying to distract toddler...— Micaela Darr (@MicaelaDarr) October 24, 2016
Daughter: Do you want me to paint your toes?
Son: Do you want me to teach you how to kill people?⚔️
Who raised you?