31 Parenting Tweets That Make You Realize Kids Are The G.O.A.T
With both parents and kids getting back into the swing of the school year, so much can be expected on both ends. Whether you're prepared for what parenting has to offer or if you're just getting into the way things roll, there are other parents who equally share both your joy and pain. Some of whom choose to voice their trials and triumphs for the world to see, as seen in this week's round-up of the funniest parenting tweets out there.
Though some parents have chosen to be more personal with their parenting blunders, seeing the realness of parenting — the good and the bad — gives current parents a reason to breathe easy and gives new parents a sigh of relief. So whether your little ones have gotten into your make-up, stuffed the toilet with tissue and made it overflow, or told you about yourself more than you've planned for the week, you're still one of the G.O.A.T's when it comes to parenting, and don't you ever forget it.
Yes, kids can really be exhausting at times, but these 31 tweets prove that parents have found a way to laugh at their offsprings (and themselves) — just like a boss.
1. Twilight For The Win
Parenting Tip: The new Twilight movie provides an excellent two-hour window for reading your aaughher's journal.— madia (@madiafiol520) September 8, 2016
Be nimble. Be quick.
2. What's For Dinner?
3. Sweet Serene Sleep
Ah, where's my blankie?
4. Cry Me A River
Confession: GIFs have made parenting more fun.— JRD Skinner (@JRDSkinner) September 8, 2016
Oh, you skipped lunch but want me to buy you a snack before dinner? pic.twitter.com/GORW33E6e8
No chance, bud.
5. Damn You, Autocorrect!
Who lives in the pineapple, under the sea?
6. Mum-Tail Hour
Just had a M-tail AKA A Mummy Cocktail which just involves whatever remotely juice-like ingredients you have to hand, and booze. #parenting— Rebecca (@stupidgirl45) September 8, 2016
Yes, the baby's juice counts, too.
7. Joke Of The Day
Parenting joke of the day:— Dwane Parsons (@dwaneparsons) September 8, 2016
Dad finally gets the the car seat installed.
Dad: "Where's the baby?"
Mom: "In college."
You're just a little too late, dad.
8. Temper Tantrum? No Problem!
Just cry it out together.
9. Eyes Wide Shut
Well, you'll get what you asked for.
10. Repeat Offenders
Some days parenting is just picking the same things up off the floor seventy three times an hour & hoping they don't notice you have sweets— Eliza Adams (@Eliza_Do_Lots) September 8, 2016
Can you hide a cookie inside broccoli?
No judgement zone.
12. Like A Pro
If you enjoy trying to teach your kids life lessons while they interrupt with Minecraft facts, parenting might be for you.— Robert Knop (@FatherWithTwins) September 8, 2016
Because patience makes you a professional.
13. Picture Day
Kids should also take photos of their parents on the first day of school to capture how happy/relieved/worried they look.— Jason Kottke (@jkottke) September 8, 2016
And, they should definitely post them all over the interwebs.
14. Learning Curves
There's so much to learn from kids! Like, you can achieve anything in life if you can just cry loud enough.— pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) September 8, 2016
If you believe it, you can achieve it.
The 3 year old refusing to play with the friends who are over to play & the 8 year old trying to start a food riot over snack #momlife— Marina (@SuperPandaMom) September 8, 2016
No one ever really knows what they want, right?
Round of applause.
Toddler for sale.— a. (@Alexiaa_Minaj) September 8, 2016
Likes caillou and Clifford
And has gotten into all of my makeup for the 3rd time
At least she'll have a perfect contour by 15.
18. You Just Might Learn Something
Based on the way she gets what she wants I've made my toddler my life coach.— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) September 7, 2016
Who runs the world? Kids.
*toddler finally stops screaming and takes a nap*— Josh (@iwearaonesie) September 5, 2016
me: You dream about this moment for so long, then when it comes, you don't know what to do
Dreams really do come true.
My infant loves Grey's Anatomy and my toddler can hum the entire Law & Order theme. Am I father of the year yet?— Woof Blitzer (@I_Exude_Sarcasm) September 4, 2016
Major key alert.
I lowkey get jealous when people make my daughter laugh or smile. WHO THE HELL ARE YOU?!!! YOU ARE NOT FUNNIER THAN ME!! I AM HER DAD!!— Ronnie Banks (@iamronniebanks) September 8, 2016
Hold up, they don't love you like I love you. Slow down, they don't love you like I love you.
22. Calm, Cool, And Collected.
Fell asleep putting my daughter to bed...woke with my head on her floppy dog stuffed animal ...so my neck is totally fine.— Angela Kinsey (@AngelaKinsey) September 7, 2016
Totes fine here.
23. Try Again
So, after homeomcing dress shopping w/ my daughter, I learned "two piece" is now being applied to dresses. Nope. pic.twitter.com/264IqVbgx9— ... Ed Stetzer ... (@edstetzer) September 6, 2016
Not a chance, girl.
24. Loop Holes Everywhere
Today, I am enlightened.— Joe Bereta (@joebereta) September 5, 2016
I now understand why God gifted me with a daughter.
It's so I can watch Girl Meets World w/o it being weird.
How to win at parenting.
25. What's My Age Again?
Dear god, the videos my daughter is posting of me on Snapchat.— Kimtopher (@chelliet22) September 4, 2016
Wtf is Snapchat?
My, how the tables have turned.
26. Bonding Time
After spending a week traveling with my 11 year old son, I have become an expert in all things Pokemon Go.— Banning Liebscher (@thebanning) September 8, 2016
You're a cool parent now. Congratulations.
27. Potty Break
Well, at least you know who has the cleanest bathrooms now, right?
28. Best Dad
ME: *brings home goldfish— Fat Gandalf (@sofarrsogud) September 8, 2016
SON: I want a betta fish
M:*brings home piranha
S: *crying* That's not a betta f..
M: THATS THE BEST I CAN DO TIM
You'll take this fish and you'll like it.
5yo: "Daddy? Could you change the way you smell?"— ReasonsMySonIsCrying (@ReasonsMySonCry) September 8, 2016
5yo: "You smell like wet dog, and I want you to smell like outer space."
I hear NASA's hiring.
30. Wasting Good Food
When your son drops a full bowl of cereal and milk on the floor for THE 2ND DAY IN A ROW!! pic.twitter.com/iNdALwYuHz— Noel Clarke (@NoelClarke) September 8, 2016
The look of death.