Parents try hardest to raise their kids up. Here are some best tweets from parents to share their hilarious experience as parenthood.
Twitter is an online social media platform to share your thoughts and emotions through pictures as well. Here are some parents who have been exceptional with their catchy tweets to reaching out for us to sharing their everyday hilarious moments.
Have a look.
My autistic son says very few words but today, he said “hug” and then wrapped his arms around me.
I only cried for about 15 minutes.
— dan (@dadopotamus) June 9, 2020
Say That One More Time
Thoughts and prayers for my son who thought it would be funny to tell me “I’ll get to it when I get to it, woman”
— Mom On The Rocks (@mom_ontherocks) June 10, 2020
Mom Can Stay Outside
[stray cat on our front porch]
6-year-old: Can we keep it?
Me: Your mom is allergic.
6: Mom can stay outside.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) June 8, 2020
As we all aware of this coronavirus pandemic and about its precautionary measures taken while we are out. While one parent was approaching their apartment building returning from outside. His three years old son shouted and said –
“oh shit we forgot face masks!”
In response to this crazy reaction of the child, many commented saying –
“That so adorable at so many levels. I can just see the poppet even making a face. :-)”
Good News, Bad News
Good news: My son cleaned his room
Bad news: He found his harmonica
— Robert Knop (@FatherWithTwins) June 9, 2020
We walked into our apartment building when my 3yo shouted “oh shit we forgot face masks!”
Tune in next week for another episode of “foul mouthed toddlers of the pandemic”
— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) June 9, 2020
All the hard work I've put in for the past 3 months finally pays off as my daughter and I both graduate 5th grade today.
— Rodney Lacroix (@RodLacroix) June 8, 2020
Thinks It’s Easy?
My brother, who makes six figures a year, is barely home because of his job, has a wife, a nanny, and a cleaning lady, just asked me why I act like parenting is so hard so I guess it was nice knowing him.
— Jizzion Bored (@VisionBored1) June 10, 2020
Are You Sure?
My 5yo’s latest way of roasting me with a seemingly innocent question was asking if I was sure I was younger than grandpa.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) June 7, 2020
Rollerskating Is Hard
My 3yo woke up from his nap crying. I held him wondering what kind of nightmare would cause him to wake up like this. Then he wiped the tears from his big brown eyes and asked me maybe the last question I expected: “daddy why does rollerskating have to be so hard?”
— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) June 10, 2020
Learning From The Parents
Our children learn everything from watching us. It’s why my toddler treats strangers with kindness and always laughs at his own farts.
— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) June 4, 2020
Babies sneak into your home using your wife like a human trojan horse. Are those the actions of a "precious angel"? I think not.
— Henpecked Hal (@HenpeckedHal) June 11, 2020
Taking Vacations As You Get Them
The closest thing I’ve had to a vacation this year is the 20 minutes my kids couldn’t find which bathroom I was in.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) June 9, 2020
Crying Into Coffee
My 4 yo is singing a song about how much energy she has while I cry into my coffee
— Professional Worrier (@pro_worrier_) June 9, 2020
My four year old losing his shit because I won’t put a bandaid on his eyeball is all the birth control I need
— Jizzion Bored (@VisionBored1) June 11, 2020
Bedtime Is A Social Construct
My kids are chanting “bedtime is a social construct” so that’s enough education for them.
— luke i am your mother (@MommaUnfiltered) June 10, 2020
Go Jump In The Pool
Sometimes pool time counts as bath time
— Go Ask Your Dad (@_goaskyourdad_) June 7, 2020
Chrissy’s Kids Wrote A Sweet Note
surgery went great! the note I woke up to is the absolute best part pic.twitter.com/SlKL44bB5U
— chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) June 11, 2020
Parenting is an art. It’s not just a job, it’s more than providing your child with all necessities in this life. It is not a job though but the world’s hardest task. Children learn from parents. They imitate them. They have to be shaped as they can merge easily with the outside world.
Share your experience. Tell us how you deal with your kid’s funny reactions.