I don’t think anyone on planet Earth would ever say that raising kids wasn’t difficult.
And parents need to blow off some steam sometimes too, ya know?
And that brings us to today’s article!
Are you ready to laugh at some tweets from moms that are both funny and honest!
Well, you’re in the right place! Check them out!
1. Put them in their place.
And show them who’s in charge.
I spent my time making a home cooked meal and placed it in front of the kids who immediately asked for something different and laughed. Then I laughed. Then we laughed. Then I spoke in a voice not of this world and everyone ate their damn dinner.
— Maryfairyboberry??♀️ (@maryfairybobrry) January 4, 2022
2. Devil child.
Don’t make him angry…
I was singing You Are My Sunshine to my 3 year old and he told me he hates that song. I said that’s a shame because I use to sing it to him when he was in my tummy before he was born and he looked me dead in the eyes and said “I hated it then too”.
— Alice Taylor-Matthews (@AliceTaylorM) December 12, 2021
3. This is not good.
Who would do this?!?!
My best friend bought my daughter a 2000 piece bead kit when she turned four and to this day I don’t know what I did to piss her off.
— Andi (@smiles_and_nods) December 13, 2021
4. Get there at some point.
It is what it is.
I’ve been trying to get my three year old to bed for two hours and she just looked at up me and said “chill out, mommy. we both know I’ll go to bed eventually.”
— ely kreimendahl (@ElyKreimendahl) January 9, 2022
5. Every day is an adventure!
Isn’t this fun?!?!
Having kids is great because you get to ask fun questions like why is there a volleyball in the refrigerator?
— Sweet Momissa (@sweetmomissa) December 15, 2021
6. He already ate it.
Let’s just hope it wasn’t anything dangerous.
He found something on the ground. Hopefully it’s edible.
— CC (@CCRuns) December 16, 2021
7. Is it time for a nervous breakdown?
We’re all almost there!
Ladies, we are creeping up on the 2-year anniversary of the first batch of “Moms Are At Their Breaking Point” Covid think-pieces. How do you plan to celebrate? I’m leaning toward nervous breakdown, but open to ideas.
— J. Courtney Sullivan (@jcourtsull) January 4, 2022
8. They’ll find out eventually.
Let them dream…
my kids said being a grown up must be awesome because you can eat junk food and no one makes you get up in the morning and you don’t have to take showers if you don’t want to and I didn’t want to ruin it for them by explaining that they’re describing depression
— maura quint (@behindyourback) May 8, 2021
9. Ouch! That hurts!
Put on some shoes.
I don’t mean to take the spotlight from legos or anything but stepping on a Barbie shoe in the middle of the night ain’t much fun either
— Real Life Mommy (@reallifemommy3) December 15, 2021
10. The big question.
Think about it!
before you buy your kid a toy that plays a cute little song, ask yourself: do i want to have that cute little song stuck in my head forever?
— Erin Ryan (@morninggloria) January 2, 2022
11. Here we go again…
Doesn’t sound like much fun.
Currently arguing with my toddler over how to spell the letter “A” if you’re thinking about having kids
— Satirical Mommy (@SatiricalMommy) December 16, 2021
12. Tuned them out a long time ago.
Wait, what did you say?
Nodding absent mindedly and saying “Sounds good” to your child sometimes means that you just agreed to a sleepover with 4 friends at your own house and this is why parenting is dangerous.
— KJ (@IDontSpeakWhine) January 6, 2022
How are your kiddos doing these days?
Talk to us in the comments and give us an update.
Thanks in advance!