It’s time for funny parenting tweets. These parents will have you laughing, guaranteed!
me: Where are your pants?
toddler: I took them off so I could see better
— Josh (@iwearaonesie) February 11, 2018
My daughter put on a princess dress and asked if I had any "play pretend" outfits so I put on workout clothes.
— Laraine Pennington (@LaraineBaker) February 10, 2018
Bedtime is the leading cause of dehydration in children.
— elizabeth williams (@Elizasoul80) February 11, 2018
I’m more excited than my daughter when she doesn’t have math homework
— The Dad (@thedad) February 12, 2018
My four year old is watching Toy Story for the first time ever and he just whispered to himself, “Alive toys… I knew it.”
— tragic ally (@TragicAllyHere) February 8, 2018
My wife was once calm and sane until 2015, when my kids started putting clean clothes in the laundry.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) February 10, 2018
Are you a guest? No, you aren't. You live here. *takes away napkin and hands you a paper towel*
— Annie Hatfield (@HatfieldAnne) February 6, 2018
Before I had kids, I thought I had a great immune system, but it turns out I was just really good at staying away from the type of people who sneeze directly into your eyeballs while telling you a story.
— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) February 10, 2018
My 3yr old begged me to go into the McDonald's play structure with her & now I'm stuck in the ball pit with no way out. This is where I live now.
— SingleBabyMama (@_SingleBabyMama) February 7, 2018
Putting kids crafts away and just spilled so much glitter on my shirt that I was offered a spot on the US Olympic Figure Skating team.
— Rodney Lacroix (@moooooog35) February 12, 2018
Educents is an online marketplace that brings thousands of individual content creators, small businesses, edtech companies and publishers together. We make it easy to discover new and innovative products that will get your kids excited about learning. We envision a world where all children, in every community, have the tools and experience needed to excel in their learning.