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Parent’s Corner – Top 10 Parent Tweets

Top 10 Parenting Tweets of the Week

No one tweets better than tired, exhausted, exasperated and at-their-wits-end parents. 

We’ve compiled our favorite Tweets of the week:

1. ::oommmmmm::

SpacedMom@copymama

Repeating the same thing over and over to your kids isn’t so bad if you think of it as chanting a zen mantra: “Put on your shoes. Put on your shoes. Put on your shoes. Ommmmm.”

2. ☕☕☕

Goldfish and Chicken Nuggets@gfishandnuggets

Me: Not yet. First I need to have my coffee.

5: No fair!! First you’re going to have your coffee, and then you’re going to have a second coffee, and that’s gonna take a long time!!!

Me: Yes. Yes it is.

3. Samesies.

Snarky Mommy@SnarkyMommy78

My 2.5 yo has been putting her dolls to bed all afternoon and frankly I’m a little resentful of how much sleep she’s letting them get.

4. Tiny daggers ????

Stay at Homies@stayathomies

Baby fingernails…

Aka tiny daggers that are sharp enough they can open cans.

5. Enjoy that alone time while you can get it!

Lauren Mullen@DraggingFeeties

The first rule of parent club is you never tell anyone that you’re going to the bathroom.

6. GENIUS!

Mommy Owl@Lhlodder

There weren’t any swings available at the park so my daughter yelled, “SOPHIA, EMMA, OLIVIA, AIDEN, YOUR MOM SAYS IT’S TIME TO GO!” and now the park is empty.

7. Because parenting.

WTFDAD@daddydoubts

I’m going out on the town with my wife tonight so we can complain about how tired we are someplace else.

8. Basically.

Accidental Super Mom@AcciSuperMom

Me: Do you know where your cup is?

3: Yes.

Me: Where?

3: I don’t know.

And that’s basically all you need to know about toddlers.

9. NOOOOOO

What just happened?@anxiouscougar

The way your toddler acts during 2-4 is how they will act from 12-20.

You’ve been warned.
-mother of grown kids and a toddler

10. What, WHAT?

Tired Dad of 2@Tired_Dad_of_2

4: Daddy, I slept really good last night, I didn’t even sneak downstairs…

Me: Yes, you did sleep good… wait… what night did you sneak downstairs?

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