We can’t get enough of these funny parenting tweets. Check out some of our favorites from this week.
Bought my kid a $350 baseball bat. That should make him good.
— The Dad (@thedad) January 28, 2018
Grandparents of one grandchild: "Of course we'll watch them. Be there in 5 minutes."
Grandparents of multiple grandchildren: "Let me check my schedule. How long will you be gone? Will they be asleep when we get there? Are they going to do that annoying thing they always do?"
— Scary Mommy (@ScaryMommy) January 27, 2018
I told my five-year-old she's due for a performance review and she ignored me. That's definitely going in the review.
— Rich Cromwell (@rcromwell4) December 17, 2017
Our family pictures would have turned out a lot better if our kids were cuter.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) January 20, 2018
It's hard to wipe a dancing butt.
— dadpression (@Dadpression) January 27, 2018
My nine year old stayed home with me today. The time is 11:30 am.
She has spoken more words today than I did in December.
— Oaks (@OakHill_) January 27, 2018
3-year-old: How many cookies can I have?
3: *tears into the package like a starving T. rex*
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) January 26, 2018
Time to wake the kids and ruin everyone’s day.
— Rodney Lacroix (@moooooog35) January 26, 2018
Something I like to do as a mother is give all my kids a very small piece of ice then I tell them they are responsible for that small piece of ice, if it melts they have to go to bed early.
Then I watch them all panic before I put them to bed early.
— Cydni Beer (@themessednest) January 29, 2018
I'm at the age where I can't shut up about how much I saved with a coupon.
— Abby Heugel (@AbbyHasIssues) January 19, 2018
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