Ups and downs are part of the deal…
In case you didn’t read the title of this article, I’m talking about raising children.
They definitely go through a lot, you know?
And we’re about to see another round of funny tweets from moms and dads.
Get started now!
1. You got a dark one.
Maybe she’ll snap out of it.
My 2 yo daughter was singing “Row Row Row Your Boat” and ended it with “life is down the drain.” A goth toddler.
— Kara Klenk (@karaklenk) November 27, 2021
2. Officially a dad.
I’d say so!
the refrigerator beeped at me and i told it to “chill” and i think i’m a dad now
— Lil Bit 🌈 (@LizerReal) November 29, 2021
3. Sounds like fun!
Don’t touch that!
We put up our christmas tree today because we were running out of things to yell at the toddlers not to touch
— Science Mom 🔬 (@EmSlyce) November 28, 2021
4. They love those things.
For some reason…
Gotta say, I didn’t realize how much parenting a toddler would involve watching, playing with, and talking about garbage trucks.
— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) November 28, 2021
5. Didn’t make it this year.
Sorry about that…
telling my kids the elf on the shelf has been affected by travel bans
— That Mom Tho (@mom_tho) November 28, 2021
6. They’re not really into Dexter.
Believe it, or not…
Having a baby really throws off my TV watching
— Lauren Lapkus 🍰 (@laurenlapkus) November 26, 2021
7. There you have it.
Kid logic at its best.
I asked my daughter if she thought she had been in the bath long enough and she said “the water will tell me when it’s time to get out” so there ya have it
— Crockett🍀 (@CrockettForReal) November 29, 2021
8. Weren’t prepared for that.
On the job training.
Parenting books didn’t warn me about trying to leave dance class with my 5 year old and losing her as she runs down the sidewalk of the strip of businesses and tries to bolt into the door of a marijuana dispensary, but here I am trying not to go to jail.
— Your Favorite Gay Mom🌈 (@lezzimomof2) December 2, 2021
9. Totally understandable.
You’ve been there, right?
Sorry I’m late, my baby threw up on my neck
— Erin Ryan (@morninggloria) November 30, 2021
10. I think it is your fault.
Come to think of it…
“It’s not my fault I keep losing my gloves.”
– a kid whose fault it most definitely is-
— DonutHawk (@StruggleDisplay) November 29, 2021
11. She’s been bad, hasn’t she?
Sure sounds like it…
My daughter asked me how to begin her letter to Santa Claus so I suggested she start with, “Hear me out …”
— NicholasG (@Dad_At_Law) November 29, 2021
Moms and dads, how are you doing lately?
Talk to us in the comments and let us know.
Thanks a lot!