27 Parenting Tweets That Reminds You Parenting Can Be Fun
Sometimes parenting can be a difficult task to take on. Though this is true, that doesn't mean it's always that way. Even in the midst of those frustrating times, kids have a way of reminding you that there's always a silver lining in unfortunate situations. Many parents may share those funny or aww-worthy moments with their friends and family through text or email, but others — as seen in this week's list of funniest parenting tweets — share it with all of their followers across social media.
Some of the funniest tweets about parenting ome from parents whose children are smarter than they think. When a 10-year-old's sarcasm is better than a millennials, then that's when you know parenting has more perks than you can ever count. And sometimes, having some others parenting tweets to refer to in your most frustrating moment will help ease your pain and promote a conversation that you can join in on.
Regardless if you've been out of the Twittersphere for some time or if you frequent your timeline every hour, you'll always find a way to fit right into the parenting world that it has to offer.
If you need a quick pick me up to get you through the end of the week or just want a laugh session with your significant other about how accurate these experiences are, these 27 tweets will be exactly what you're looking for.
1American Horror Story
It's not even 9am and I already explained to my almost-5-year old that we're all going to die some day. She seems concerned. #parenting— Matt MacDonald (@mattmacdonaldis) September 22, 2016
Will we all really leave?
50% of parenting is just trying to decide if that noise is worth walking up all of those stairs.— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) September 20, 2016
Clap three times if you need me.
3Hypothetically, Of Course
Parenting was so much easier when I raised my non-existent children hypothetically.— Mike Reynolds (@EverydayGirlDad) September 19, 2016
Such a tough job.
Was so focused helping my toddler down the stairs that I fell down the stairs and taught him his first swear word. That's parenting, folks.— Tragic Ally (@TragicAllyHere) September 19, 2016
Well, at least he's learning, right?
No one has parenting more figured out than people with no children— EnvyDaTropic™ (@envydatropic) September 17, 2016
Because they know it all.
My new strategy for getting kids to eat is to just call their food mommy's:— The ParentNormal (@ParentNormal) September 22, 2016
- mommy's chicken
- mommy's veggies
*snacks can still be snacks
Because we all know they only want it when mom has it.
7Slipping Through The Cracks
I see London, I see France, but apparently not your underpants.
Does it ever not pose a threat?
Kettle bell workout with a toddler as the kettle bell. #dadlife— John Flanagan II (@JohnFlanaganII) September 21, 2016
Getting it in any way possible.
10La Petite Academy
My toddler was already acting like a puppy dog but now my wife has taught him to rollover. I'm signing him up for obedience school soon.— Frank (@frankzulla) September 22, 2016
Well at least he'll know when to listen.
11What's The Point?
Having a toddler is like permanently living in Groundhogs Day, I wake up, clean, do dishes & laundry She wakes up & destroys my house Always— Linsey Godfrey (@linseygodfrey) September 21, 2016
One day, they'll be doing the cleaning.
My toddler will hear a 20 word sentence that has one swear word, and he'll only repeat the one swear word. I'm both ashamed and proud.— Dark Matter (@DarkMatter2525) September 20, 2016
Be careful what you say.
Potty training can best be described as a game with your toddler. Only it's not fun. And you're in hell. And there's poop.— And What a Mom! (@andwhatamom) September 20, 2016
"The best moments come from potty training," said no one.
14No, I'm Not That Hungry
I need to go to the grocery store but I can't handle taking my toddler out in public ever again so death by starvation is fine I guess— Sweatpants Cher (@House_Feminist) September 19, 2016
We'll just eat air for a while.
Having a night away from my toddler makes me truly realize how much I miss having nights away from my toddler.— SingleBabyMama (@_SingleBabyMama) September 19, 2016
...is the best time.
16Breakfast Is Ready
My toddler: *throws the remains of her mangled waffle on the floor*— Lurk @ Home Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) September 18, 2016
Me: Gotta go, guys, my breakfast is ready.
Thanks for thinking of me.
17If It Works
My son says "Old McDonald" instead of "Oh My God" and I'm not going to correct him because OMD it's so cute!— Marlebean (@Marlebean) September 22, 2016
Kids say the darnedest things.
Haven't even worn my outfit out of the house yet and my son has managed to get me dirty. banana on my jeans lol— Alesa (@Alesa) September 22, 2016
At least you can still change, right?
19Social Media Parenting
Year 2035— xCODFATHER4x (@xCODFATHER4x) September 22, 2016
Son: Dad whats our ethnicity?
Dad: Well your mom is 10% Pinterest, 20% Tumblr and 70% Twitter DM's
and im 100% Twitter DM's
It goes down in the DM, it goes down in the DM.
Parent life is constantly talking to your partner about baby poo.— Ciara ♡ (@ciaraxmb) September 21, 2016
Let's talk about poo, baby; Let's talk about it, you and me.
Being a parent is basically just loving some people that are out to ruin your life and that will eventually try to set your house on fire.— ⓛⓐⓜⓔ ᗪiggity™ (@jergarl) September 19, 2016
Love 'em all.
Parenting Pro Tip:— Mike&Em (@MarriedHarried) September 21, 2016
If you're tired and the kids want to play superhero, immediately announce that you will be Professor X.
Pro Tip: Toddler utensils are PERFECT for stirring margaritas. #parenting— The Super Parents (@TheSuperParents) September 19, 2016
24Who Does That?
our 3yo daughter has taken to telling scary camping stories. nothing happens in them; in her mind what's scary is that people went camping— Owen Ellickson (@onlxn) September 22, 2016
25Vote For Fart
My nine year old daughter:— James Melville (@JamesMelville) September 21, 2016
"Trump means 'fart'. Why would anyone vote for a fart?"
26Play The Game
me: do you know what sarcasm is?— Andy H. (@AndyAsAdjective) September 20, 2016
daughter: no I do not, please enlighten me, father
me: ok, well it mea-*squints eyes* wait a minute...
27Oh, Is That What You Meant?
Teacher: We're going to need you to work with your daughter on humility.— Benny Dazzle (@withanewname) September 19, 2016
Me: I was never good with weather stuff but I'll give it a shot.
Who's really in need of homework here?