Becoming a parent is the most essential moment of a person's life. However, nobody tells you about the hurricane that comes along with it! The least you can do is laugh with it!
Having a child requires a ton of diligent work, duty and as the cliche goes, an entire village to raise them. However, a child-rearing mystery, not all guardians may know is that you likewise need a comical inclination to keep your sanity intact! Otherwise, the never-ending energy of your kids might end up consuming you whole, without even a burp!
And honestly, amid the disappointing and testing minutes, all of us need a decent snicker to overcome it. When everything gets a little too much, a listening ear is highly essential. And for some guardians and caretakers, Twitter is the best place to vent. Along the same lines, here are a few humorous tweets from individuals who are facing the hardships of parenting in solidarity:
VOICEMAIL: I'm sorry I can't come to the phone right now, my toddler typed the wrong password 200 times so I can't try again until next year— The ParentNormal (@ParentNormal) July 12, 2016
If you're looking for ideas, a family bike ride is another fun way to sit and listen to your kids complain for an hour.— Kate Hall (@KateWhineHall) July 10, 2016
My kids cleaned the kitchen without being asked & now I'm afraid of what they want from me.— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) July 12, 2016
My kids can find a virtual Pikachu 5 doors down, but they can't see their real shoes sitting in the middle of the walkway. #parenting— Beau Coffron (@lunchboxdad) July 13, 2016
They say a watched pot never boils but that's still faster than anything you watch your kid do when you're running late.— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) July 11, 2016
Apparently the going rate for turning off the TV & going out to play is a chocolate-chip muffin + a jumbo box of Nerf bullets. #parenting— Scienceof Parenthood (@SciofParenthood) July 11, 2016
My daughter just told me her master plan: When I grow up I don't want to get my own house, but can I get a cat and bring it here?— Jennifer Borget (@JenniferBorget) July 13, 2016
Me: [sneaks off to lay by pool cuz kids are finally playing]— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) July 12, 2016
7yo: HERE I AM MOMMY SO YOU DON'T HAFTA BE ALONE
Me: [sigh] Thanks bud.
Just got home after a three day trip with my kids. I can't wait for them to fall asleep so my vacation can start.— Lunarbaboon (@Lunarbaboon) July 11, 2016
Toddler has discovered a secret whistle on her music shaker. How lucky for all of us. pic.twitter.com/zBBWeYZfms— Sara (@smilely_gal) July 13, 2016
If you have five cookies, and your children ask for some, how many cookies do you have left?— MommieKnowsfresh (@MommieKnwsFresh) July 11, 2016
None, you have no cookies left....
Kids were in the bathroom when I hear my 4yo say, "Watch out, brother! It's a big poop! Everybody take cover!"— Top Knot Toni (@topknottoni) July 13, 2016
Its not the heat, it's the humidity. It's not delivery, it's DiGiorno. It's not a murder scene, it's spaghetti night and I have 3 kids.— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) July 13, 2016
This ends like Romeo and Juliet but with me collapsing still rinsing baby bottles at 80, and hubs passed out in a pile of his dirty laundry.— Walking Outside In Slippers (@WalkingOutside) July 15, 2016
Welcome to parenthood. Everyone’s hungry, just not for that.— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) February 19, 2019
No parenting book tells you how to get pudding out of the charging port of an iPad.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 20, 2019
Welcome to parenthood. When your child says they want to watch a show, they mean they want to talk over that show.— MyMomologue (@MyMomologue) February 20, 2019
Wife: We should child-proof the house— The Dad (@thedad) February 22, 2019
Me: Yes! Wait till they go to school and then you lock the doors and I'll nail the windows shut
I want my kids to know they can always talk to me about anything going on in their lives.— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) February 22, 2019
When you have kids, a three-day weekend is nothing but a painful reminder of what you've lost.— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) February 13, 2019