No one likes being told that they are failing as a parent. That’s why we decided to do a little special on parenting. We won’t say what you should and should not do. Instead, we will let you be the judge of that. Enjoy today’s Topic!
My mom: “I have to do everything around here”
Me: *Tries to help*
My mom: pic.twitter.com/uHh2ASyUCo
— Dak (@RidiculousDak) April 1, 2020
(My kid looking over my shoulder as I sign an email.)
Kid: You’re not a Dr!
Me: YES I AM! What do you think I was studying for all the time when you were little?
Kid: Oh, I thought you just liked reading books and crying.
— Alison Stine (@AlisonStine) February 27, 2020
Wait i just remembered my old boss who smoked a piña colada flavored ecig and kept saying “I’m on island time baby” the day he lost custody of his children
— helena (@freshhel) March 11, 2020
My daughter just asked me where we keep our crow bar and I’m pretty sure that’s my cue to end the unsupervised play portion of our day.
— Rhyming Mama (@sarabellab123) April 2, 2020
If my husband cut like this without trying to protect me or our children, I’ll file for a divorce that same day https://t.co/cd2zRbNAQN
— megan🍋 (@mgxxn_) March 16, 2020
Ima be in my daughter ear like “go tell daddy we want chick fil a ” 😂😂 I cant wait
— Lele🧚🏾 (@aaliyahrigginss) March 1, 2020
Children born 9 months from now should be referred to as “children of the quarn”
— Kourtney K♓️🇬🇷 (@kourtney152253) March 31, 2020
My son is on punishment right now so he can’t watch tv. This nigga was sitting in his room yesterday playing his harmonica like a prisoner in 1938.
— Kurapika (@510HoneyRae) February 28, 2020
white moms find out their son put a frog in a blender and be like “no iPad during dinner tonight”
— bobby (@grandpa) March 24, 2020
“Quick kid I don’t have much time. In 2020 they will release a super virus in a strategic attempt to wipe ou-“ pic.twitter.com/Q3nUjiJ9FL
— Boar Vessel 600-500 BC Etruscan Ceramic (@nextgaara) April 1, 2020
My 14 yo daughter and her friends just described millennials to me:
“Twitter, coffee, and depression while they live in a one bedroom apartment with fourteen roommates.”
I asked them not to do Gen X for my own mental health.
— Shannon Carpenter (@HossmanAtHome) February 25, 2020
Dad: “Just get whatever mommy usually gets and put it in your basket”
— Dak (@RidiculousDak) April 5, 2020