19 Tweets About Kids That Hilariously Sum Up The Struggle Of Parenting.

19 Tweets About Kids That Hilariously Sum Up The Struggle Of Parenting. April 1, 2023Leave a comment

You never really know what to expect from children until you actually become a parent. Although every child is different, it does seem like most parenting experiences are quite similar. Some people can’t wait to start a family and dive into parenthood while others are a little more cautious and fearful of the experience. No matter what you’re expecting, you usually get more than whatever you expected. Thanks to a few parents who’ve taken the liberty of posting their honest opinions and experiences on Twitter however, we can kind of a build an insight to what parenthood is like.

7: I’m beating you! Me: Ok. 7: I’m way ahead! Me: I see that. 7: I’m gonna win! Me:…. My son on the carousel horse in front of me. — Master of Mediocrity (@charliedelta7) March 13, 2016

My son got mad at me yesterday and opened all the bananas in the house. What type of passive aggressive monster… pic.twitter.com/4p2Ucqh9NF — Victor Pope Jr (@VictorPopeJr) March 9, 2016

Watching “Frozen” again with my daughter because we paid $19.99 to download it so she’s going to fucking watch it every day until college. — Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) March 9, 2014

3yo (in bathroom): Mummy, can I put this sticker on Daddy’s card? Me (in bed): Yes. 3yo: Will he love it? Me: Yes. pic.twitter.com/TJepUORQwH — Sarah Dempster (@Dempster2000) June 21, 2015

->**Kids can be so creative with regular household items around the house. It’s them that we should get our DIY inspiration from.**<-

Today was crazy hair day at my lil cousins school and this is what her mom did to her she’s so extra I love it pic.twitter.com/hckbw3Zuk0 — Lil Ugly (@_0k4y) April 25, 2016

It was princess day at dance and one little girl came as a hot dog I have never admired someone more pic.twitter.com/iro5mL2Bvc — Grayson Lamontagne (@graysonl3) May 9, 2016

She’s been talking into the vent for a while At first I thought it was cute Now I’m afraid someone is talking back pic.twitter.com/uhibpE7tL8 — Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) May 11, 2016

Most kids have a stuffed animal or blankie. My niece has one of those plastic owls u put outside to scare away birds pic.twitter.com/U3CX3Gcb0V — pat tobin (@tastefactory) April 10, 2016

->**Other times, kids can just be plain weird or flat out creepy. Why else would this kid willingly decide to sleep with such a thing.**<-

My 11-year old’s birthday card to me. #blessed pic.twitter.com/URbZEQmmQa — Brian Sack (@brian_sack) October 5, 2015

This kid asked me for some skittles but I had just finished them so he stared at me like this the entire flight pic.twitter.com/Doavgl6ZX1 — kanye (@HussSrour) September 3, 2015

6: Daddy, I’m mad at you. Me: What for? 6: I’m not telling you. She’s already a woman. — Rich Cromwell (@rcromwell4) March 3, 2016

When your child and your dog disappear upstairs for an hour, you should totally be suspicious. pic.twitter.com/HqvuVTYVXg — EuroKate™ (@KateOfHysteria) June 20, 2016

->**Consider this a warning to never let your child out of your sight for anymore than 5 seconds. All sorts of things could happen. Literally, ANYTHING.**<-

I was spitting sunflower seeds out the window on the way home but I guess they found their way back in the car.. pic.twitter.com/a2i8HOI5nw — mia simper. (@MiaSimper101) June 26, 2016

4: Mommy, you’re just like a Disney movie. We should play pretend. Me: Aww! Sure! 4:You can be the Beast. Me: … 4: Or the fat sea witch! — Marlebean (@Marlebean) April 17, 2014

A group of kids is called a migraine. — ginger. (@Freckledgingerb) September 4, 2014

Me: We’ve taken 1,000 pics. We’re never going to get all 4 kids smiling at once. Wife: Fine. Just pick the best one pic.twitter.com/E7jDR5uGIm — Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) March 27, 2016

->**Having just one kid is rough, but having multiple at the same time? Let’s take a moment of silence to commemorate parents who have a household of more than one child.**<-

No DNA test needed. I’m sure she’s mine. pic.twitter.com/C1FntjdRUE — Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) December 13, 2015

My 3yo “accidentally” unspooled the entire roll of toilet paper. But don’t worry, he “fixed” it. pic.twitter.com/MFKWJ2rNqi — ReasonsMySonIsCrying (@ReasonsMySonCry) October 24, 2014

My 4-year-old gets her parenting skills from me. pic.twitter.com/s0OScvcCJo — Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) June 30, 2016

Before I had kids, I didn’t even know it was possible to destroy an entire house with a granola bar. — Lurk @ Home Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) October 3, 2014

->**I just want to thank each and every person for their honest tweets. If these tweets don’t perfectly describe the beauty of parenting, I don’t know what will.**<-

watching the kids play hide and seek in the park and mine just hid behind a chain link fence at least we don’t have to save for college — Josh (@iwearaonesie) January 27, 2014

I think my kid just declared prostitution a government service. pic.twitter.com/C7hWpG7lpj — Lou Whiteman (@louwhiteman) March 26, 2015

I just want someone who looks at me the way my brother looks at ketchup pic.twitter.com/gDcrGcjG13 — Anicca (@13adh13) January 23, 2016

*Mary Poppins voice* Ok, children! Time to go! [15 min later] *Batman voice* I said let’s go. — Lurk @ Home Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) November 5, 2015

Ben thinks this is him and won’t let go of the diapers ? pic.twitter.com/y6Pg8acrdU — BatRose (@SleeplesssInKy) June 24, 2016

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