16 Hilarious Parenting Fail Tweets That Show The Good And Bad Parts Of Parenting
January 23, 2018 12:31 By Fabiosa
Well, it's hard enough being a parent, but add up smarty-pants kids and it becomes much tougher!
I can neither confirm nor deny that I asked my teenager his thoughts on doing santa duty so I can just go to bed. #parentingfail
— Lisa Manna (@LisaManna) December 25, 2017
— Event Wise (@Event_Wise) December 23, 2017
I feel that my parenting style is less parent and more Exec Assistant. Today I bought chocolates for 10yo’s girlfriend ???? and ran my 8 yo’s bath before finding his preferred #Spotify playlist. #parentingfail
— Ellen (@ellenheaney1) December 18, 2017
Every parent out there has one thing in common and they will agree that being a parent is one of the toughest jobs on the planet. Now, parents seem to have taken to Tweeter to voice out their funny experiences with their kids with the tag #parentingfails.
3: We got presents from Santa!
7: Yeah, when we were eating breakfast we saw them from Santa
Me: *silently to self* Whoops.
— KT Daxon (@TheKTDaxon) December 23, 2017
Boys got out early, so we are getting pizza and wings. My third oldest got to order. He ordered Hawaiian pizza. #parentingfail
— Eric Lockhart (@ewlockhart) December 21, 2017
Letting my 3 year old eat a brownie for breakfast because he woke me up at 4:30 am to watch cartoons. In my defense, according to his internal clock, it’s almost lunchtime. #momlife #parentingfail #parenting
— Caitlin S (@The_Duchess) December 19, 2017
16 hilarious parenting fails tweet.
1. When you least expect it.
Me: *finally puts on clean bra and pajamas*
— Allie May, Author (@alliemayauthor) November 17, 2017
2. Hilarious 2-year-old response.
— tyler peterson (@rodneypete007) December 6, 2017
3. "Yes day" went bad.
— MMA_WriterMom (@sandi_langlois) November 19, 2017
Well first, someone needs to get her out of the trunk and secondly, she's definitely not going to be saying yes to her kids anytime soon.
4. Self-control on steroids.
That moment when you slam your finger in the car door, swear your head off, then turn around and see your 5 yearold standing there watching. Then remembering you're in the carpark of the local swimming school for kids #ParentingFail #Oops #Sorry
— Katherine Polain (@KPolain) December 9, 2017
5. Me time strategy.
— Kaitlyn Tagarelli (@DrTags79) December 11, 2017
6. Well, just when you think you've seen it all.
Son: "There is something on the lens of my glasses."
Wife: "What is it?"
— Forrest Clingerman (@fjctalk) December 14, 2017
7. Fun is the name of the game.
— Claire Naylor (@RoadTripJones) December 14, 2017
8. Kids definitely only hear what they want to hear.
What I say to my 5yr old: put your clothes on. What he hears: run around naked and repeatedly jump up and down the couch until your 2yr old sister starts doing the same thing #livybealove #parentingfail
— Livybear (@LivybearLove) December 18, 2017
Livy tweets and am sure lots of parents out there can totally relate.
9. When your boy is a fashionista.
Great... my 9 year old son like axe body spray.. guess I gotta change his name to Brett and accept the he fact that he’s into CrossFit #parentingfail
— Derek Moody (@SSGMOODY11b) December 19, 2017
10. When your kids stick to you like glue.
My 4 year old son: So Mom, how are you doing?
Me: great honey. Do you think you could give me 5 minutes please?
— Michelle (@thetrainingloop) December 20, 2017
11. Say bye to personal space.
— Jeff Parsons (@Altophobic) December 20, 2017
Jeff must have learned that babies have zero understanding of the concept of personal space.
12. The sacrifices of parenthood.
Parents sacrifice a lot for their kids and sacrificing their favorite TV show is one of them
— Dan Herman (@DanielJHerman) December 29, 2017
13. Safety lesson coming a bit too soon.
— Jennifer Begg (@jennbegg) December 28, 2017
14. Not the best of days.
I just yelled at my kids. They asked me why I was even in the room they were in. I told them, "I'm just here so I don't get fined." They didn't get it. #ParentingFail
— Raechelle (@ReddHead_13) December 27, 2017
15. Who can separate kids from their toys?
— Jason DesLongchamp (@jdspot) December 27, 2017
16. Thinking of a rock collection?
So the “Elf on the Shelf” got my 7yo cousin coal because he was being rude to his dad...
— Michy (@michytech23) December 25, 2017
And there you have it, parents and their funny experiences. One thing for sure is that this will all be a beautiful memory one day when they all grow up.
Which tweet was the funniest to you?