What a strange time we live in, huh?
There’s really nowhere to go, nothing to do, nobody to see…
So what are you supposed to do with those lovable little angels who you are tasked with taking care of…?
We don’t really know how to answer that question, but we will say that we want to make YOU, the moms and dads of the world, happy.
And we want to make you LAUGH so you get a much-needed break from your daily routine and your daily ups and downs with your kids (and probably with your partner, too).
So enjoy these memes and remember that we’re rooting for you!
Keep up the great work, moms and dads!
1. This is what self care looks like to me.
You gotta do you!
2. Are you talking about yourself again?
It’s me! I’m the one!
3. He’s really going places!
At least…I think he is…maybe?
4. Where could it be?
I bet this gets pretty infuriating, huh?
Sometimes I like to mess with my family and hide their stuff where they can't find it.
Like I put their shoes in the shoe closet, their jacket on a hanger and their keys on the key hook.
— Stay at Homies (@stayathomies) January 8, 2020
5. Yeah, I guess you can finish.
You’re really laying down the law.
Me: Time to turn off screen time!
7yo: Can I just finish? There’s only 8 hours and 17 minutes left.
Me: Yeah sure go ahead, but turn off after that.
— Cydni Beer (@cydbeer) April 15, 2020
6. Parents: take note of this.
This is the new Master Plan.
I sneezed like twice last night and now my 8-year-old keeps reminding me to stay at least 6 ft from the entire family at all times, and that he would actually prefer if I was in a different room for 14 days.
Dreams really do come true.
— bottom of my purse (@Bottomofmypurse) March 30, 2020
7. Not even close.
It was all a HUGE LIE.
I don’t know why people say having a dog prepares you for having a kid because my dog has never wanted to watch Frozen 47 days in a row.
— Blake Hammond (@BigRadMachine) April 21, 2020
8. We all know that’s never going to happen.
So don’t lie to me, okay?
The kids were awful today. From morning until bedtime.
Before lights out, my 6-year-old said to me, "I'm sorry, Dad. Tomorrow will be a better day."
I smiled, pushed her hair away from her adorable little face and said,
"You're so full of shit."
— Chris Illuminati (@chrisilluminati) April 5, 2020
9. This is your one and only shot.
Get rid of that thing for good.
10. That’s why he’s here!
So leave us alone, please!
"Please go play with your brother. That's basically the reason we had him."
— Ramblin Mama (@ramblinma) May 2, 2016
11. In your face!
Yeah, you probably shouldn’t do this…
Being the bigger person and not shouting, "BOOOOOOOM. TOLD YA SO!" in your kids' faces every day is the hardest part of being a parent.
— Kim Bongiorno (@LetMeStart) November 30, 2015
Now we want to hear from you!
In the comments, tell us how it’s been going with your little rugrats lately.
We look forward to hearing from you!