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17 Tweets From Parents That Sum Up Distance Learning

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There have been no easy decisions for parents, educators, or honestly, any of us over the past several months. Some parents have chosen to take their chances, or feel as if they don’t have a choice in sending their kids to in-person school.

Others, though, are tackling “distance learning,” which is not supposed to be like homeschooling, but kind of is.

And these 17 tweets show us just how well (or not) everyone is coping.

17. Kids gonna be kids.

They’re never going to change, and honestly, would you want them to?

16. This is honestly how I feel in meetings.

And I’m an adult. Technically.

15. Feeling her teacher’s pain now, aren’t you?

Donate all the extra school supplies next year.

14. We all should have just taken the year off.

Unschooling, I believe it’s called.

13. Somehow, that’s the least of our problems.

We’ve definitely got more than 99.

12. You have to stay on top of them.

No relaxing allowed.

11. They’re never on mute when you want them to be.

It’s one of the laws of the universe.

10. I fail to see the issue.

Everyone likes to see pets.

9. How are teachers supposed to prepare for this?

They’re not, and they need booze for the holidays.

8. People love to learn the hard way.

It’s just who we are.

7. That’s a 10 minute conversation.

Or longer, tbh, depending on how old the kids are.

6. You do what you have to do.

No one is judging you. We’re crying in our own pantries.

5. These are important updates, people.

We’re all wondering whether or not the tooth fairy showed up yet.

4. I’m sure she played it off like she wasn’t talking about Zoom.

But we all know she was talking about exactly that, because we feel the same way.

3. Make him walk the dog.

That’s more exercise than I ever got in gym class.

2. Is that all?

Seems like a conservative estimate.

1. And then you have to explain you were talking to the dog.

Or just go ahead and die of embarrassment.

 

We’re going to make it, y’all. We are.

If you’re distance learning, which one of these hit you the hardest? Tell us in the comments!