Here are our favorite funny parenting tweets this week — enjoy!
But if my kids have well-adjusted childhoods, how will they ever grow up to be funny?
— Ramblin' Mama (@ramblinma) June 5, 2017
8: Awww why?
8: Awww but why?
8 [gets in shower]
[30 mins later]
Me: OMG GET OUT OF THE SHOWER
8: Aww why?
— Rodney Lacroix (@moooooog35) April 4, 2017
"If we get the kids to help us it will go faster"
– the dumbest thing I've ever said
— Josh (@iwearaonesie) May 21, 2017
The hardest part of parenting is sharing the chocolate chip cookies. And your heart walking around outside your body. But mainly cookies.
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) May 15, 2017
Can you die from sitting on the floor to play with your kid, because I just tried to get up and it feels like you can die from it.
— HowToBeADad (@HowToBeADad) June 4, 2017
9s pal coming over. I offered to pick up lunch. 9 said That's ok. My friend wants to try an Uncrustables.
Word of my exotic cuisine is out.
— Mary (@AnniemuMary) June 1, 2017
The 5 y.o. learned to read; it's bittersweet. While seeing her master a skill is sweet, I'm bitter that she can now tell when I skip pages.
— Stephanie Ortiz (@Six_Pack_Mom) May 31, 2017
"Let the chips fall where they may."
My toddler's approach to life, snack time, board games, baking, and scratching paint off the walls.
— JenniFerCryinOutLoud (@sip_at_home_mom) January 18, 2017
Whoops, came home from baseball practice with the wrong kid again. I hope they don't try and make a big deal about this.
— DaddyJew (@DaddyJew) June 2, 2017
2-year-old: I DON'T WANT TO WEAR SOCKS!
Me: These aren't socks. They're soft shoes.
Me: Now put on your regular shoes over them.
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) June 2, 2017
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