Are you having a rough day with the kids? Is there not enough coffee in the world, or are your kids fighting about everything before 8am?
I’m not saying other people’s funny tweets are the answer to all of your problems, but I am saying it can’t hurt – and these 13 posts are bound to make things at least a little bit better.
13. Real talk.
There’s no vacationing or relaxing anymore sorry.
This past weekend I moved to another country, and people are like “omg! So jealous! You live in paradise, now you can relax!” And it’s like I’m sorry there seems to have been some miscommunication I still brought my kids with me so no.
— Arianna Bradford (@thearibradford) August 16, 2021
12. It makes no sense.
I guess it must to them, idk.
Welcome to parenting. People who actually eat dirt will now criticize your cooking.
— The Nefarious A-Aron (@deeprocktees) August 16, 2021
11. Seriously I’m trying to live my life.
Not everyone needs a clean house okayyyyyy.
Leave me alone https://t.co/aPFAxbAJWi
— Molly Erdman (@erdmanmolly) August 15, 2021
10. Does she know something we don’t?
I wonder if she eats bacon.
It’s not so much that my child asked “how do people become green beans” as it is that she asked it WHILE eating green beans
— Real Life Mommy (@reallifemommy3) August 19, 2021
9. Seems likely.
You can just make up whatever you want about babies tbh.
The baby has started randomly smiling and they say it’s probably gas but I’d like to think she’s remembering episodes of Frasier she watched with God.
— Daniel Kibblesmith (@kibblesmith) August 18, 2021
8. That about sums it up.
It’s totally weird.
As far as I can tell, parenthood is about desperately wanting my newborn to fall asleep so I can look at the 500 adorable photos I took of her that day.
— Jennifer Wright (@JenAshleyWright) August 17, 2021
7. A nursing home sounds pretty great.
I hear there’s lots of friskiness there.
Based on how much effort my kids put into finding anything before declaring it lost, a nursing home may be the safest place for me in my old age.
— NicholasG (@Dad_At_Law) August 18, 2021
6. An important question.
Girl knows what it’s all about.
I asked the kids if there was anything they wanted from the grocery store and the first thing my daughter asked was, “how is our cheese situation”
— Crockett🍀 (@CrockettForReal) August 19, 2021
5. He’s probably not wrong.
My kids probably think my job is staring at my phone.
My son described my job as "Mama sit mama type" so I have to walk into the sea.
— Bess Kalb (@bessbell) August 18, 2021
4. He needs to be consulted.
Honestly, maybe his opinion would have been worth it.
My son's favorite new outrage is, "WHY DIDN'T YOU TELL ME?!?" You're 5, bro. Sorry we didn't consult you while shopping for this credenza.
— Henpecked Hal (@HenpeckedHal) August 16, 2021
3. They definitely believed it.
Because we are older than dirt.
one of my kids got mad at the other because she made him laugh too much so i immediately launched into a story about how in my day laughter hadn’t even been invented yet
— That Mom Tho (@mom_tho) August 19, 2021
2. Appropriate response.
I’m sure she’ll be fine.
my three year old daughter told me she used the potty and I accidentally said “yessss bitch!” and held out my hand for a high five
— Ely Kreimendahl (@ElyKreimendahl) August 16, 2021
1. I’ve been called worse things.
I’m just saying.
Welcome to parenting. You have now become Kid’s Name’s Mom in everyone’s phone.
— mom mom mom mom mom (@notmythirdrodeo) August 16, 2021
I still need more coffee, but I’ve gotta say, I am feeling better.
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