8 Funniest Parenting Tweets Of The Week

Hey parents, how are you doing? Isn’t it exhausting pretending that you have it all together when you haven’t washed your hair in a week and there is peanut butter on your clothes?

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funniest parenting tweets

Hey parents, how are you doing? Isn’t it exhausting pretending that you have it all together when you haven’t washed your hair in a week and there is peanut butter on your clothes? Well, stop pretending. Sue Atkins hit the nail on the proverbial head when she said, “There is no such thing as a perfect parent. So just be a real one.” Ready to enjoy our funniest parenting tweets?

Drop the façade; raising kids is messy, hard, exhausting and overwhelming. You might as well laugh when you can and be as authentic as you can be. Follow the leads of these Twitter moms and dads as they get real about parenting:

As much as we all want to be the parents who feed their kids kale and mineral water at every meal, sometimes Lucky Charms are all we can make happen… and that’s OK.

Parenting is the most selfless job in the world and even more thankless. Be honest. When is the last time you showered?


Any parent who can manage to stay home all day, every day, with their kids – and not end up in an asylum – deserves a shiny gold trophy.


The kids don’t know it but we all secretly love our “screen time,” too…

Sometimes, we are quite simply speechless at the things that they come up with.

As far as the average kid is concerned, God resides in a pizza joint run by a mouse.

No one has time to read ALL of the flyers… seriously.

No ma’am. You are most certainly not the only one.

Has this day, week, month or year been a tough one? Are you running on empty? Have you been laying awake at night worrying or planning or wondering if you are screwing it all up?

I’ll let you in on a secret: it is not just you. We are all on the verge of a total meltdown most of the time and any parent who tells you otherwise is either a liar or a saint. So, do the best you can and try and laugh every now and then.

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Jessica Gray
Jessica Gray lives in North Carolina with her husband and two little boys. She enjoys cooking, but she hates cleaning house. She's deeply passionate about kids and education - her experiences working with children as a teacher have been some of the most rewarding of her life. Writing has been a lifelong passion that started with notebooks, old scraps of paper, and journals. She loves to write informative and educational pieces for kids and adults.