I bet you didn’t see this coming, did you?
Everything seemed to be going just fine and then BAM, the world got turned upside down.
And now you’re tasked with having your kids at home 24 hours a day AND you’re responsible for giving them an education.
Wow…that sure is a tall order.
If you’re currently in this situation, first of all, our condolences and secondly, these memes will make you laugh and give you some temporary relief.
Good luck out there…
1. Getting pretty fed up…with yourself…
Teaching yourself a hard lesson.
2. Don’t look at me.
Wait a second, you want ME to be in charge of your education?
3. Get used to it for a while.
This is the barking segment of the day.
My 1st grader is doing a zoom chat with his class. They’re all barking. His teacher just muted everyone. This is our life now, folks.
— The 21st Century SAHM (@21stcenturysahm) April 3, 2020
4. Remember #1-18?
Those were tough days…you might as well just lie to them.
My son just asked me if I when I was little I had to stay inside for COVIDs 1 through 18
— Kerry Howley (@KerryHowley) April 1, 2020
5. Close…nice try…
You obviously have booze on the mind.
And here I was thinking my kid was supposed to sound out “champagne flute.” pic.twitter.com/gzahSqTKlg
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) March 21, 2020
6. Haven’t heard much from them lately.
Now everybody is doing it!
Well the good news is that all those insufferably chipper homeschooling moms have stopped posting their daily schedules.
— Ramblin Mama (@ramblinma) April 6, 2020
7. Keep it down, Dad!
We all know who’s in charge here.
What a crazy world— my 5yo just requested me to please not be loud or crazy because she has a call at 10 with her class.
— #hashtagtacos 🌮 (@VicVijayakumar) March 24, 2020
8. This sounds familiar…
Show them what it was like back in your day.
So we don’t go to restaurants, kids aren’t signed up for anything, and we are just staying home during spring break? Sounds like my childhood.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) April 7, 2020
9. This is getting UGLY.
Are you having a hard time keeping a lid on things at home?
10. Getting an early start.
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere right? Like, maybe in Russia?
11. This will only take about 12 hours.
This is when we want to Niagara Falls in 1987, kids…
12. Sounded good at first…
…And then reality set in…
Wasn’t that a nice little break from the action?
Now we want you to tell us how you’re doing in the comments!
Have your kids done anything funny, outrageous, or maddening since you started homeschooling them?
Tell us all about it, please!