14 Tweets about parenting that are way too relatable
Ah the accidental comedy of parenthood — if you didn't laugh, you'd cry. And you probably do a bit of both.
They're the light of our lives, sure, but you're forgiven for nodding along emphatically to some of these.
Here are 14 tweets about our little cherubs that we can all relate to at some stage.
When I told my daughter she needed to “use her words” I didn’t think she’d use ALL of them, every waking hour of every single day.
— Rhyming Mama (@sarabellab123) February 20, 2021
Me: Hey, did you poop?
Toddler: No. pic.twitter.com/fjyKT9HKYm
— Liv (@liv_elise06) March 29, 2021
Question for my fellow parents: what the fuck?
— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) February 2, 2021
We would periodically all of a sudden notice my daughter chewing something not at meal time and fear she had ingested something dangerous. No she had somehow stored a snack in her cheek for later.
— Rob Levinson (@levinsor) March 31, 2021
She tried to steal the baby goat by running to the car with it exactly 5 seconds after this photo. pic.twitter.com/tXuHfGCAwI
— Lucy Small (@lucyleid) February 27, 2021
I was so thankful my kids let me sleep in today...until I realized they spent the morning “making glue”.
— Rhyming Mama (@sarabellab123) March 28, 2021
Love those rare days when your kid can just go to elementary school without having to dress up as something.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) March 1, 2021
Thanks to the clocks changing and the lighter evenings, there are probably parents across the UK right now trying to enter into bedtime negotiations with toddlers, which make the Brexit talks seem like a walk in the park (with a maximum of 6 people).
— Tony Shepherd (@tonysheps) March 29, 2021
asked my 5-year-old what she wanted for dinner and she said “not a burned quesadilla” bc in the summer of 2019 I overcooked one side of her quesadilla
— todd dillard (@toddedillard) March 3, 2021
Not to brag but my kid can take one chore that should take 5 minutes and through meticulous and relentless negotiating, complaining, and procrastinating stretch it into an all week event.
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) February 28, 2021
Parenting is a lot of saying things you didn’t know needed saying.
-If the dishes aren’t clean, it doesn’t count as “doing the dishes.”
-Don’t launch chickens off the playground slide.
— Gretchen Ronnevik (@garonnevik) March 20, 2021
If anyone is on the fence about having kids, I just had to break up an argument about breathing.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) March 3, 2021
“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
For Spring Break I’m going to the same place as a 6-year-old’s story: nowhere. Absolutely nowhere.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) March 30, 2021
TD;LR They're lucky they're so damn cute.