10 Absolutely Hilarious Parenting TweetsFebruary 23, 2016
Got kids? Know any kids? They say some pretty funny things sometimes, right? Well, on Twitter, parents from all over the world relay some of that humor in 140 characters or less. Today, I’m compiling a few of the funniest parenting tweets. Seriously, you are going to love these tweets!
I love all my social media accounts, and I try to stay pretty active on all my different channels, but there’s something special about Twitter. I love the short messages of Twitter! (Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter here!) Now, let’s get to our list of amazingly funny tweets about kids & parenting!
10 Absolutely Hilarious Parenting Tweets
"How many bites do I have to eat?"
– How my kids say, "Thank you for the lovely dinner you made."
— Lynn Morrison (@NomadMomDiary) February 4, 2016
• What to say when they ask why your kids aren't in school #homeschooling #humor https://t.co/GXOzrsVk2R pic.twitter.com/5P6OWhqOhl
— Book Promotion (@book_tribe) February 21, 2016
#micdrop #momlife pic.twitter.com/BAUMmk5I2a
— Lynn Morrison (@NomadMomDiary) February 17, 2016
#boogers #bathtime #momofboys #momlife #momprobs #boymom #boysaregross #kids #boys #scarymommy #huffpostparents pic.twitter.com/Id7IkPgNil
— Alison Chrun (@App4HonestBlog) February 4, 2016
Ever want to test your limits in parenting? Take a 6 & 4 yr old appliance shopping for the day.
— THE Diaper Dad (@DiaperDads) February 1, 2016
You know in those family sitcoms where they find out that mum is wrong and the kids were right all along? Yeah, that never happens here
— Claire Smith (@MinistryOfMum) February 3, 2016
Explaining to 11 what it was like to have 5 tv channels, no remotes and cords on our phones…"Oh so you grew up during the Middle Ages" 😒
— The Queen's Heart (@thequeensheart) February 1, 2016
Parenting for me is just saying, "What?" over and over again until they get frustrated enough to figure it out on their own.
— Travis Bone (@FinallyHeSleeps) February 1, 2016
It's weird how, "We need to leave in 10 minutes" and "Let's build a pillow fort" are seemingly interchangeable sentences to my kids.
— Cray at Home Ma (@cray_at_home_ma) February 18, 2016
They say it takes a village to raise a child so I left my kids in the Magic Kingdom and went back to the room.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 17, 2016
Aren’t these hilarious? Which of the above tweets do you think is the funniest?!
4th one is good.
Yes thats a good one!!!