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16 Parenting Tweets We Couldn’t Live Without

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There is never enough parenting content on the internet, because let’s be honest – knowing we’re not alone is one of the best ways to get through the days and weeks, months and years.

Whether we’re celebrating milestones, wondering how many times a 3-year-old can say “mommy LOOK!” in a single day, or finding people who can prop you up until bedtime, only other parents get the trials and joys that happen every single day.

If you’re looking for some laughs and some solidarity today, here are 16 tweets that just might do the trick.

16. You know that’s the worst thing he could imagine, so yes.

From the mouths of babes.

15. Sadly, you can’t join the fun.

Not while he’s awake, anyway.

14. I’m lucky if my almost-four-year-old will eat a grand total of 5 items on any given day.

And eating it yesterday or the day before has no bearing on whether or not he will eat it today.

13. I honestly don’t know if that’s a fair trade-off.

Unless he also found all of the spoons missing from the kitchen.

12. RIP, kid.

He’s about to learn where the line is when speaking to Mom.

11. Was it…at least scented paint?

I was really hoping that part got better.

10. I mean let’s just wait and see what happens.

She’ll figure it out one way or another.

9. This is so good and pure.

Bless his heart.

8. There are some things we don’t talk about.

And it’s whether or not your parents are allowed to steal your food.

7. It can certainly feel that way, right?

My own parents never had this concern, I promise you.

6. Kids really do make everything better.

Except for the things they make worse.

5. I’ve never thought of it that way…

But no one would have accused either of my newborns of being precious angels, so.

4. She is not the first child to want to trade in a family member for a pet.

Let’s be honest, animals are usually easier to live with, and they don’t make you clean up your room.

3. That was definitely not an innocent question.

If your child is five, just assume it’s not innocent.

2. If you’re not wondering how long and how many times this might work, you don’t have a three-year-old.

Mine hides in the same place every time, so we’re a ways off.

1. And then the day comes when you’re up and the baby isn’t…

That’s the day you realize you’ve become your mother/father.

I just love hearing from other parents, and the laugh is always appreciated, right?

Which was your favorite tweet of the bunch? Do you have a favorite parenting account that you follow?

Share it with us in the comments!