29 Parenting Tweets That Will Remind You What Being A Parent Means
Being a parent has to be one of the best parts about life. If not for the overflow of love that kids give you every day of your life, then for the laughs that come flowing in and out of the house. If you're not one that has kids yet, then scrolling through your timeline of funny parenting tweets every week will give you the laughs you're looking for.
In the aftermath of Halloween, the laughs are coming in heavily on social media. Though they are as equally funny without the holiday, seeing a few Halloween candy and costume crazy tweets added to the already humorous quote worthy tweets that make me laugh.
Even if you're not a parent right now, scrolling through this week's numerous tweets that show you what parenting means is a way to prepare yourself for what's to come. Although they can be extremely funny, reading the list of tweets gives a bit of anxiety and relief all in one because it reminds me that not everyone is perfect and that you're going to mess up — even as a parent. From Halloween to getting dressed, being a parent will take you on a well needed rollercoaster ride.
If you need a way to lift your spirits, check out these 29 tweets to get you going.
Forgive me, please.
2. Picky Eaters
We've got a winner.
3. Tornado Season
At least you tried.
I don't understand the whining and he doesn't know why he's whining...so why do it??!!??? #ToddlerLife— Wendollie McGhee (@AlwaysWendy) November 3, 2016
Because it's just what they do.
5. In Shambles
#toddlerlife when your muffin crumbles and and your whole day is ruined— Debbie Reading (@DebbieReading3) November 3, 2016
It's the end of the world.
6. Be Free
I've been trying to convince the toddler to put on undies for 32 minutes. She is presently wearing -a- mitten. #toddlerlife— Vanessa L King (@VuhVuhDanessa) November 3, 2016
Whatever you like is right.
7. Know Your Boundaries
Me: Can I have gummy?— Caleph B. Wilson (@HeyDrWilson) November 2, 2016
Kid: (Hands me one.)
Me: Can I have 3?
Kid: That’s enough daddy. (Dead panned and keeps eating.)#ToddlerLife
Stop being greedy.
8. Barely There Tooth Fairy
My son has lost 3 teeth so far. My husband & I have successfully managed to mess up the whole tooth fairy/mouse thing everytime!! #parenting— Leanne Manas (@LeanneManas) November 2, 2016
C'mon guys, get it together.
9. Trick-Or-Treat For Me
Parenting pro tip: For every time you have to repeat yourself eat one candy from their trick or treat stash in front of them.— peppy lil spitfire (@SnarkyPitBull) November 3, 2016
Nice thinking, mom.
10. Hitler Used To Do That
Parenting pro tip: When your kid doesn't listen to you anymore and you don't like what she's doing, just tell her "Hitler used to do that."— James Kurdziel (@JamesRadio) November 1, 2016
That'll teach 'em.
11. How To Do Halloween Like A Pro
Parenting pro tip, consume a 22 ouncer of hard cider before taking your kids out trick or treating around the neighborhood. #halloween— Craig Gasperosky (@gasperosky) October 31, 2016
Don't try it.
13. Bad Timing
14. Minion Mom
At least somebody liked it, right?
15. Sweat Attack
No, it's not.
16. Make Up Your Mind
Dear Weather God, please make up your mind. Stay warm or stay cold. Just stick to one or the other. This is nuts;my kids are sick. #momlife— Savia R (@saviasays) November 3, 2016
We all can't be sick here.
17. Every Little Bit Counts
Success comes in the smallest forms.
18. No Lies
19. Halloween Forever
Me: we need to take down all the Halloween decor. 2yr: noooooo I love ghostestes #momlife— Morgan (@Morgan65911980R) November 3, 2016
Keep it up until the New Year.
20. A Lot Of Pounds
I just told my son I was turning 30 next week and he said "Wow that's a lot of pounds!" #momlife— acreageofgrace (@acreageofgrace) November 3, 2016
Get creative with it.
My parenting handbook is missing several chapters... #dadlife— Jacob W Hawes (@jwhawes) November 3, 2016
23. Full Of It
I said it once, I'll say it again. Whoever said childbirth is magical is full of shit. #DadlIfe— Tony Allen (@ARegularTony) November 3, 2016
Try using another word, maybe?
24. Good Parenting
Good parenting means my kid knows all the words to "Me & Julio Down By The Schoolyard." #dadlife— Spencer Sweeting (@spencersweeting) November 3, 2016
As long as he likes it.
26. The Crying Game
Rookie's will get better.
27. Nap Time
Get it all in.
28. Gross Encounters
Moving on up the disgusting scale.