20 Hilarious Tweets From Very Frustrated Parents
February 12, 2018 10:45 By Fabiosa
Parenting is an everyday task that presents its own unique challenges. For some people, it provides an awesome opportunity to bond with children. For others, parenting is a nightmare. From the very moment a baby is born, a whole new adventure begins.
Usually, the best way to experience parenting is to become a parent.
Things parents say
Some of these parents found themselves in the most awkward situations, and their reactions are hilarious.
Sweetie, get off the floor!
— No Idea: Daddy Blog (@byclintedwards) February 3, 2018
Questions kids ask.
7yr old "Do women get their periods on weekends too?"
7yr old mutters to herself "Jesus Christ"
— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) November 20, 2015
Don't envy their limber limbs.
I was just enviously admiring the energy and flexibility of a 3yo and then he kneed himself in the face.
— HowToBeADad (@HowToBeADad) April 27, 2016
Sleep was supposed to be warm and fun.
— No Idea: Daddy Blog (@byclintedwards) February 2, 2018
7-year-old: Can I have my own phone?
Me: Do you have anyone to call?
7: Do you?
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) January 22, 2018
Who needs ol’ Joe when you have kids.
Sure coffee is affective, but having your kids leap on your sleeping body at 6AM will wake you up faster than coffee ever will.
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) February 3, 2018
How to get your kids to clean themselves.
7: I don't wanna wash my face.
Me: It's ok. I lick your face clean when you sleep anyway.
7: *uses entire bar of soap and all the hot water*
— Mama Needs a Nap (@MamaNeedsa_Nap) February 23, 2017
You are smart, they are smarter.
Girl Scouts are straight up gangsters selling cookies on these streets.
"Oh, that's OK if you don't have cash. We take credit cards, Apple Pay, retinal scan, your watch, your first born, etc."
— Doyin Richards (@daddydoinwork) February 4, 2018
If you love your kitchen, take a note.
Kids have discovered the quickest way to get me out of bed on a weekend is to suggest they're going to make their own breakfast.
— Mark, Sonny & Luca (@sonnyandluca) September 30, 2017
More questions that make sense.
"IF THE 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS SONG IS JUST ABOUT A LADY GETTING WEIRD PRESENTS WHY DO PEOPLE LIKE IT"
- my son laying down some hard holiday facts
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) December 20, 2017
Sometimes, it’s best to just leave babies alone.
Check on baby.
Touch baby to confirm he is breathing.
Accidentally wake baby.
INSTANTLY REGRET EVERYTHING
— Anecdotal Birthcontrol (@PedersenAhmed) December 16, 2017
ID tags are in order.
All of these screaming kids in this grocery store are making it impossible for me to find my own kids and husband.
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) February 3, 2018
When the chips are down, you’re history.
No one told me that part of motherhood is consistently looking like the before on a makeover show.
— Jennifer Lizza (@outsmartedmommy) August 29, 2017
Work! Work!! Work!!!
*waves magic wand*
*house is still messy*
— Phil (@geowizzacist) September 17, 2016
That moment when you realize you're the only one watching Dora the Explorer.
— Ramblin' Mama (@ramblinma) October 12, 2016
Kids tend to grow on you, and it shows.
I thought I was just really tired but it's been 5 years so I guess this is how I look now.
— Amy Dillon (@amydillon) September 11, 2014
You can learn a naughty thing or two too.
6-year-old: Homework is stupid.
Me: It’s good for you. It makes you learn.
Wife: Sit down and help her with it.
Me: Homework is stupid.
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) October 4, 2016
A teachable moment to ponder on.
Just overheard my 11yo son on the phone with his friend, "Don't worry, I will bring some of my dad's money."
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) November 11, 2017
Being a janitor just made it on your resume.
Parenting advice: At some point, expect poop on the walls.
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) November 10, 2017
Two can play the game.
7YR OLD: Dad, I’m not feeling well. I don’t want to go to school.
ME: Okay, but if you stay home, it’s bed rest. No TV. No YouTube. No video games.
~ and as if by miracle, she was healed ~
— Andy H. (@AndyAsAdjective) January 29, 2018
It’s a two-way street
Parenting is not just about raising kids. In a lot of ways, it is also about kids raising parents. After all, one cannot exist without the other. Don’t you agree?