Check out this week’s funny parenting tweets… Halloween edition!
My daughter wants to be really scary this Halloween so instead of a costume she is going to carry a school fundraising packet to every door.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) September 25, 2017
A big part of being an adult in October is not buying bags of assorted candy too early so you don't shame eat them before Halloween
— Tim (@Playing_Dad) October 24, 2017
Don't forget to buy your child's Halloween costume early. This way, you can last-minute shop when they change their mind.
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) September 25, 2017
Our family rule is that if the kid's costume costs more than $50, they have to wear it to school at least four times after Halloween.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) October 23, 2017
If you’re not threatening your preschooler to smile for pictures, did you even take them to the pumpkin patch?
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) October 18, 2017
My son needed a last-minute Halloween costume so I wrapped him like a mummy with my CVS receipt.
You can also scan him for $2 off Advil.
— ?Sarcastic Mommy? (@sarcasticmommy4) October 18, 2017
My husband said I need a scary costume for Halloween this year, so I'm dressing up as a Positive Pregnancy Test.
— Life?UɴPιɴтereѕтιɴɢ (@LifeUnPinterest) October 8, 2017
I can't wait to eat half my daughters Halloween candy and blame it on my wife
— Mr. Hook (@Phook75) October 19, 2017
Too late haunted house, the prices at the pumpkin patch already scared me.
— Real American Dadass (@R_A_Dadass) October 22, 2017
A haunted house except it's people asking me to hold their baby at every turn.
— Spence (@SpenceDen) October 23, 2017
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