Parenting is a tough job and that’s a fact. As we know, the whole world had to stay home most of the time for over a year during pandemics, which made the job even tougher for parents. Kids staying home means parents will have to deal with a lot of questions, mischievousness, tantrums, and whatnot. However, there comes a stage in parents’ lives when they decide not to cry over the pain parenting brings them.
This blog is dedicated to all parents who prefer laughing to crying. Take a look at these tweets, and share your views in the comment section.
“Dad isn’t it weird that the word chicken can mean an animal or a type of food?”
– my kid, on the verge of making a horrific realization
— Average Dad (@Average_Dad1) March 29, 2021
Me: has someone been playing games on my phone?
My kids: not us!
My phone: pic.twitter.com/qpXSs7Olir
— Sweet Momissa ? (@sweetmomissa) April 6, 2021
Nobody at all:
My son: I was in my mommy stomach when she was in high school pic.twitter.com/FKRUiLvORi
— Throat fairy? (@CallMeTayMay) April 1, 2021
My daughter said parents burst into your room randomly like they’re trying to catch you cheating with other parents ???
— Boudoir Madam??? (@BoudoirMadam) May 5, 2021
Be kind to everyone you meet for you never know who got woken up at 3:20am by a kid who was “just not tired”.
— Snarky Mommy (@SnarkyMommy78) May 6, 2021
I had to apologize to my daughter for accusing her of something she didn’t do. Baby girl recorded my apology & she’s now used it as a ringtone for when I call her. pic.twitter.com/yTKkXtIOf6
— The Millennial Mom (@MandyNdlangisa) February 6, 2021
Reaction from my kids after explaining how sex works:
“You’ve done this THREE TIMES?”
— megan (@meganmuircoyle) February 3, 2021
Hey, if you’re not busy, my daughter has a two hour story about slime she’d love to share with anyone who will listen.
— Rhyming Mama (@sarabellab123) April 12, 2021
My son found a chocolate wrapper this morning and started interrogating me about it. I realized my wife and I basically run an underground speakeasy from 8-11 every night and we’re trying not to get caught by our two toddler landlords.
— Scott Reintgen (@Scott_Thought) February 15, 2021
when my four year old asked “mommy does a snowman have 3 balls?” I realized my biggest problem is im just not, nor will i ever be, mature enough to have kids
— That Mom Tho (@mom_tho) April 26, 2021
my kid learned a cat's average life span is 10-15 years (ours is 9) and now he can't stop petting her and going "I'll miss her" like wtf dude stop
— mother dysnomia ? (@acony_belle) February 18, 2021
My daughter turned 5 today. She is currently having a meltdown bc she “still looks 4”
— *sigh*clops (@aotakeo) February 7, 2021