Here are some of the best-underrated tweets from parents. Enjoy!
I played I Spy with the kids and my boy twin said “I spy with my little eye something black” and my girl twin said “is it mummy’s burnt cooking” and my boy twin said “yes well done” and now no one is allowed to play I Spy in our house anymore
— MumInBits (@MumInBits) July 26, 2021
A Unique Line
my son referred to me as “the 6 dwarfs” because I’m “everything except happy,” and honestly I’m not even mad, that was amazing
— Grant Tanaka (@GrantTanaka) July 29, 2021
A Problem Solver
My toddler asked if we could go to the zoo today and I said, "I can't see that happening" then she literally left the room and came back with my glasses.
— Henpecked Hal (@HenpeckedHal) July 26, 2021
The Change Machine Is Broken
My daughter made $110 on her lemonade stand today, in like an hour. Turned out people were handing her $5s and $10s and she was just assertively saying thank you for the tip, and not offering change.
— Eric Hulse (@phn1x) July 25, 2021
My son thinks the T in t-shirt stands for Tyrannosaurus. When questioned on why it might be that, he said it’s because the shirts have tiny arms.
— Ass Squad (@PixelGuff) July 24, 2021
What Happens In Cars
7-year-old: If cars could talk, I wonder what they would say.
Me: What do you think they would say?
7: Stop farting in me.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) July 26, 2021
Helping Fold Clothes
The Feedback Model Is Unsustainable
The tricky thing about parenting is that you can never tell if you’re doing a good job or not because your supervisor is a child and their feedback is insane.
— Aubrey Hirsch (@aubreyhirsch) July 26, 2021
He Was Bragging About It
Grocery Carts Hurt So Much Worse When Driven By Kids
In front of every child pushing a grocery cart is a parent who is about to have their ankle clipped.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) July 28, 2021
Kids mispronouncing things is super adorable but at some point I will have to tell my daughter we don’t put Farmer John cheese on spaghetti.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) July 23, 2021
As many of you know, my eldest daughter has a brain injury and so she struggles with schoolwork (but tries so hard!). So I’m a little emotional today that she got a distinction in her singing exam! So proud of her – life isn’t just about academic study
— Ms Counsel (@seeyouatthebar) July 28, 2021
School Supply Lists
Crayons: come in boxes of 8, 24, 64, or 96
School supply list: box of 18 crayons
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) July 30, 2021
Some Help With This
Dad will you help me with this?
-My daughter showing me her summer reading list on the day before she goes back to school.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) July 27, 2021
Just Playing Pretend
Me: What are you playing?
Me: And who are you?
5: The person who robs the store.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) July 28, 2021
New Sign On The Door
7yo (mad at me, shouting from her room): HOW DO YOU SPELL “PARENTS”
Me: p a r e n t s
7yo: HOW DO YOU SPELL “ALLOWED”
Me: a l l o w e d
*long pause followed by sounds of rustling paper*
7yo: COME LOOK AT THE SIGN ON MY DOOR pic.twitter.com/VVRVkLTuFq
— Brian Wecht (@bwecht) July 23, 2021