#funnyparents Or #momslife: Mothers' Tweets About Parenting And Stuff
February 21, 2018 17:18 By Fabiosa
Being a mother means you have to work hard to raise your child. And although parenting is a tough thing to do, it can bring tons of fun sometimes.
Children truly inspire and motivate us every day. That’s why we present you some of the most hilarious tweets for mothers around the world:
1. Maybe he just doesn’t like that smelly fish in the aquarium.
You don't know fear until you hear your 2yo flush the toilet and yell "BYE BYE" from the hall bathroom. #funnyparents
— Amy Westmoreland (@lilwestman) October 31, 2015
2. Instructions are unclear. How much he has to be dressed?
What I say to my son: "Get dressed."
His interpretation: "Stand around naked watching television with one sock on."
— Sarah del Rio (@sarahdelri0) February 3, 2015
3. Paige, you’ve created a trap by yourself! How will you get out of it now?
5yo: What does Santa bring if I'm bad?
Me: I hear it's coal.
5yo: Is it true you can make diamonds out of coal?
5yo: I'm gonna be pretty bad.
— Paige Kellerman (@PaigeKellerman) November 30, 2017
4. Sharing is caring! Ever heard of it? You selfish mommy!
Being a parent means hiding in a closet to eat a donut so you don't have to share.
— Abhorrent Housewife (@abhorrent_wife) September 27, 2012
5. Empty like our souls?
"It's okay, little buddy. Mommy cries when her bottle is empty, too."
— That Carly Girl (@thatcarlygirl) January 22, 2014
6. You can try it as many times as you want! Just have more children! Someday, you will definitely win!
No one ever told me that being a mom would mean I'd get another shot at winning the science fair
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) January 31, 2018
7. “A special pill for adults to bear with their children.” – Xanax.
What are you eating?
— Marlebean (@Marlebean) September 16, 2014
8. Well, someone obviously hasn’t learned her limits yet.
Kids are just sober versions of drunk you - laughing, crying, then puking everywhere.
— OneFunnyMummy (@OneFunnyMummy) August 13, 2015
9. That is exactly how kids hear adults!
Me: Okay, kids, I expect you to DO all your chores. I don’t want to come home and see NOTHING done.
What my kids hear: Blah blah DO blah blah blah blah blah NOTHING blah.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) February 1, 2018
10. Not all heroes wear capes.
Saved my kid's life today by yelling ARE YOU OKAY from a different room
— Christine Owen (@joymoll) February 6, 2018
11. Simple things in life are the best!
My son can't wait to be a grownup so he can "drink caffeine and say 'shit' all the time" so let's never forget we're pretty much living the dream, you guys
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) December 19, 2017
12. It turns into glass at the proper temperature. And then, you can proceed with an explanation of some basic physics.
My 11-year old daughter: “Mom, is sand flammable?”
Me: What? ....why?
Good to be home.
— Melissa Etheridge (@metheridge) December 18, 2017
13. Wow, that’ll hurt. Don’t ever tell your child about this.
Truthfully, these cookies were made partly with love and mostly with expletives.
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) December 12, 2017
14. Yes, this illness is called parenting. But don’t worry, it won’t kill you. It’ll just slowly drain all the energy out of you.
I put my symptoms into WebMD & it turns out I just have kids.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) March 7, 2016
15. Just take a candy for breakfast and feel the optimism flowing through you.
Just once, I want to wake up with the same sense of renewed optimism my 5yo has as he requests candy for breakfast for the 25th day in a row
— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) December 6, 2016
However, not only mothers have such amusing sense of humor. There are lots of funny tweets from fathers about parenting. For example:
At least, you liked the film. *shrug*
Me: #TheGreatestShowman was the best movie I’ve seen in 2017!
Wife: we have 3 kids. You’ve seen, like, 2 movies this year.#dadlife
— Michael Vogel (@MichaelVogel1) December 26, 2017
#LilTex farts. Dies laughing. “Im gonna toot again!” Farts again.
Repeat three more times.
I’m so damn proud. #DadLife
— Ryan Ritter (@ndtex) February 21, 2018
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