It’s a bold claim, talking about the best of the year when a) it’s only July and b) this YEAR, Y’ALL.
We’re standing behind it, though, and after you read through these 11 really funny tweets about our favorite subject – parenting these monsters! – you’ll have to tell us whether or not you agree.
11. It’s all about priorities, I suppose.
And kids really know what they don’t like.
10. I like how she rolls.
My husband would NOT like the way she rolls.
My favourite thing about watching movies with my 4YO is how she talks the entire time, then asks to pause it while she pees, so she doesn’t miss anything.
— Megan Rikas (@MegsHAUSTED) March 5, 2020
9. I don’t know about you, but I’m hooked.
I am also extremely jealous.
My 7 year old was tapping away on my Mac tonight and told me he was writing a book. I think you’ll agree it’s one hell of an opening. pic.twitter.com/2oboJEI3uh
— Catherine Isaac (@CatherineIsaac_) February 4, 2020
8. You never believed it would be the former.
And yet, here we all are.
Being the only butt wiper you child deems acceptable is both an honor and a curse.
— Rhyming Mama (@sarabellab123) March 5, 2020
7. Meanwhile the rest of us are still working for a living.
What a bunch of schmucks.
6. It’s probably the latter.
There’s a good chance he’ll outgrow it, though.
Sorry my toddler is being an asshole, we're hoping he's working on a new milestone, but it might just be who he is now
— Not Another Pinterest Mom (@snarkymomtobe) March 7, 2020
5. Some days you’re just weary to your bones.
They never just “try something new” and “like it.”
4. I never thought about it like this.
There are so many terrifying things at Chuck E. Cheese – but not as many as there were when I was a kid.
Someone asked me if I was concerned about getting the coronavirus.
“I was exposed to the germs my kids brought home from Chuck E. Cheese birthday parties. You can’t scare me.”
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) March 1, 2020
3. Truer words, my friend.
They have never been spoken.
2. Give credit where credit is due.
Pasta is sort of a finger food, though.
1. Yeah you definitely don’t want to correct that.
I’m dying laughing, y’all.
My mom thinks that when you let the kids play outside by themselves it's called "Free Balling" so we're just going to keep it that way.
— Marl (@Marlebean) February 18, 2020
I’m on board with all of these tweets, y’all.
I’m just so happy I’m not alone in the crazy. How about you?