We have all seen countless parenting tips, tricks, and hacks. Some of them are pure gold, while others turn out to be a waste of time, as they are overrated. Still, parenting is the kind of topic that will always be trending. People love discussing it, regardless of whether they have kids or not. The more sincere a parenting comment is, the better, as you would be able to catch the real vibe.
The list below shares tweets from funny parents who decided to share what parenting was to them in reality. We love all of these honest answers!
1. The participation
We guess that there is something all people who intend to be parents need to understand in advance. While there is a whole lot of magic involved, parenting most often comes down to these basic activities suggested here.
2. The school
We guess that there is a pinnacle of parenting most people can think of, and this is probably that moment for this mother. We can also agree with the kid’s logic, as there is no doubt that we never use most of the things we learned in school.
3. The homework
There is a phase in most kids’ lives that only comes down to being more or less disrespectful without even realizing it. This is not teenage rebellion, but a period that precedes it, and we can all agree that it gets worse as kids become teenagers.
4. The question
If you think that this person exaggerates what it is like to be a parent, you need to take a second guess. This is true, and such pop quizzes are part of a parent’s daily activities when kids are still in their pre-school period.
5. The babies
Well, we guess that this is what babies and toddlers do, and there is no wonder about that, as we need to understand that kids can be scared of anything. They also tend to have mood swings every couple of seconds, and that’s normal.
6. The woodworking
Some parents prefer to show what parenting is to them by giving an example, and this is what happened here. We understand that this was an unintended pun, but the end result of this misunderstanding was too funny to miss.
7. The hamper
We firmly believe that those who have already become parents could agree they feel more or less intimidated when they need to sort out their kids’ hamper. There is no telling what might be inside, and this person tweeted her opinion for all the right reasons.
8. The kids
Well, it is not easy being a parent of kids who think that the 80s is a distant era that preceded the Ice Age. This mother decided to tweet her thoughts and the way she handled the situation, and we guess all 80s-born parents would relate.
9. The children
Now, this is one of the biggest sacrifices many modern-day parents are forced to make on a daily basis. It really seems that children do not understand this concept and could not care less about the amount of interaction their parents go through for them.
10. The laughter
They say it always matters the most who has the last laugh, but it is not the parents in many cases, unfortunately. There is something about this tweet that makes it sound both hilarious and kind of sad at the same time.
11. The yeet
Parenting is often amusing in unexpected ways, and this is what makes it brilliant. In this case, one girl mispronounced a word, thus completely changing its meaning, and we could all understand why the father would never correct her.
12. The whine list
Now, this is what we call a brilliant sense of humor, and whoever designed this has a bright future. Yes, there is no spelling mistake here. We are not talking about a wine list, but for the whine list that every parent of a toddler is well aware of.
13. The kid
Well, someone needs to explain to this girl that there are no ways of preparing a baby for bed that includes jumping on the baby. Of course, this is a concept that no toddler would understand, and the father knew this is part of parenting.
14. The gems
Now, this is what we call a glorious attempt of a kid to create a fake report card, and we need to admit it is the coolest thing we have seen all day! This kid is surely going places, although the mother didn’t buy any of this, of course.
15. The daughter
Those who have lived through the teenage period of their kids know that being polite means their offspring would ask something. This person decided that good manners were still a thing, but it seems that it was all about the money.
16. The midnight
Well, this is another perk of raising a teen. It appears that teens would gladly forget they have parents if the allowance and housing options remained intact, and this is kind of sad to think about. We guess this person was used to all of that.
17. The kid
Amusement parks or other attractions for kids tend to be super expensive, and we have always wondered about the whopping prices these places offer. We guess such businesses know that parents hardly deny their kids any of the stuff offered there.
18. The meeting
Getting your kid to help around the house is sometimes impossible, but even if you do, you would need to teach them a thing or two before it all goes wrong. In this case, it seems that one lesson about baking would not be enough.
19. The face
We are convinced that many parents have had such moments in their parenting adventure. It appears that being in a situation where you need to comfort your kid after something happens and having the urge to burst into laughter is something common.
20. The good day
This is the truth, and we can’t think of a reason why teens do this. They need they need to keep warm, yet they try to show some kind of unnecessary courage, risking to get sick.
21. The twins
We believe that mothers out there need to get all the recognition they can get for their constant efforts to make it better for their offspring, as they try to provide them with everything. Still, some kids have nothing but disregard for their mothers.
22. The parenting
We are not sure why this person decided to share an exact percentage, but we guess this is not the kind of metric you could actually measure. We guess he did the thing we wrote about. Being able to improvise, adapt, and overcome is usually very important.
23. The toddler
Some toddlers can literally drive their parents crazy with their inability to do things on their own, and we understand this is what toddlers do, as they learn every minute. In this case, the kid wanted to take the incentive.
24. The mad kid
It seems that some kids grow up a lot faster than others, and they quickly realize that growing up is a trap. It is never as good as the carefree childhood years we remember. This kid, for example, seems to be mad at everything for no reason.