Oh, moms and dads…this must be a particularly trying time for a lot of you.
We’re all stuck at home with nowhere to go and that means everyone under your roof is on top of each other 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
So what do you do with those crazy toddlers that you’re raising?
Well, it’s gonna be a challenge any way you slice it with those little ones, and parents are taking to Twitter to share their hilarious observations about raising toddlers and we think you’ll get a big kick out of these tweets.
Let’s dive in and see what they had to say!
1. Listen up, -itches!
I kind of like this game.
My kids have started removing one letter of bad words, so they can call each other names and not get in trouble.
So, I've decided to add one digit to the wifi password until they can be nice to each other.
Your move itches
— Divergent Mama (@Divergentmama) April 16, 2019
2. Hide the tape! HIDE THE TAPE!
Why are they so obsessed with that stuff?
I keep all the tape in my house hidden inside an ice bucket in my dining room cabinet, and that’s pretty much all you need to know about having kids.
— SpacedMom (@copymama) November 24, 2018
3. Dammit…you blew that one.
But the good news is that the nuggets are doing just fine.
My toddler asked me to give her chicken nuggets a checkup. After giving all the nuggets a medical exam I realized my toddler was asking for ketchup.
— Marcy G 🍕 (@BunAndLeggings) April 6, 2020
4. Dad…I need a drink.
And keep ’em coming!
Nobody cares more about proper hydration than a kid who’s just been kissed goodnight
— Dad on my Feet (@dad_on_my_feet) May 5, 2020
5. That’s my child!
A very proud Mom right now!
My child asked for a play date with a friend – and then proceeded to come up with an exit strategy.
“If I say I’m tired, that means we have to go home and eat snacks.”
I’ve never felt more seen and understood and proud than I did in that moment.
— Amanda Marcotte | Mediocre Mommy (@storiesofamom) October 3, 2019
6. We should all do that.
I’ve had enough of this. DROP.
i admire how when babies dont want to hold something anymore they just drop it
— secular angel (@mixedmediapaper) May 11, 2020
7. It only takes that long?
Hey, that’s great!
My kid can tell me all about a 24 minute episode of Paw Patrol in 56 minutes.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) April 21, 2020
8. Thank you for that…
That was just what you needed.
My toddler saw me struggling to get my tights on and she gave me a hug. Girls supporting girls.
— 🌼Marissa ✋🏼🏳️🌈 BLACK LIVES MATTER (@michimama75) December 18, 2019
9. The grass is always greener…
Leave me alone! Come back!
Motherhood is so weird. One minute I need a break & then when I finally get a break, I miss my kid 🥺
— h (@hannmos) April 30, 2020
10. That is impressive.
The kid has his priorities straight.
It takes my toddler son four minutes to put his shoes on, yet he can delete three apps & open Netflix on my iPhone in 12 seconds.
— Stephanie Ortiz (@Six_Pack_Mom) October 4, 2016
11. Oh God, nooooooo!
No parent ever wants to see this. EVER.
There are few things more terrifying than finding your toddler in the living room with an uncapped red Sharpie in her hand.
— Sara (@smilely_gal) February 9, 2016
12. Not having a very good time.
Are you being held against your will?
The tea party my toddler invited me to feels more like a hostage situation.
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) May 5, 2017
Okay, parents, now we want to hear from you.
In the comments, tell us about the wild and crazy things that your little ones have done lately.
Please and thank you!