For better or for worse, if the following tweets make you laugh out loud or flat out ugly cry, you know you’re probably a mom.
Here are 21 tweets that every mom can relate to:
- It’s hard to tell sometimes…
One fun thing about kids crying is trying to determine if they broke a crayon or got their arm stuck in a piece of farming equipment.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) August 5, 2015
- The struggle is real.
Hell hath no fury like a 4 year old whose sandwich has been cut into squares when he wanted triangles.
— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) June 23, 2014
Today I have uttered the phrases "plungers are not toys" and "don't draw with the cheese" in case you were wondering what parenthood is like
— Goodnight Sanity (@GoodnightSanity) January 19, 2016
- Because you do, right?
My daughter came into the room this morning requesting we tell the birds to quiet down.
I love that she thinks we have that kind of power.
— Stabbatha Christy (@LoveNLunchmeat) February 26, 2016
Her: All our children's snacks are organic.
Me: Cool. My kid eats candy off the floor.
— Northern Lights 🦖 (@PinkCamoTO) July 26, 2014
- Mom skills.
My kids say I need to stop trying to embarrass them but joke's on them because I'm not even trying.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) February 25, 2016
- Basically this:
— Funny Mummy (@ParentHumors) November 4, 2014
- A little bit of math:
The 80/20 Rule of Parenting: You must tell a toddler a rule 80 times for them to hear it 20 times so they finally follow it for the 1st time
— The ParentNormal (@ParentNormal) February 16, 2016
- That kind of day.
3yo: I had an accident.
3yo: I need new pants.
Me: Sure thing.
3yo: I peed in your closet.
— Paige Kellerman (@PaigeKellerman) August 18, 2015
- That’s always fun.
Vacations with kids are fun cuz you get to spend a fortune to hear about their boredom.
— Stabbatha Christy (@LoveNLunchmeat) February 15, 2016
- You should win a trophy for that…
Those overbearing sports parents screaming from the sidelines, but me trying to get my kid to blow his nose better.
— Amy Dillon (@amydillon) February 6, 2016
I'm at my most "Indiana Jones" when I grab a tupperware out of the cabinet & slam the door real fast so the rest don't fly out everywhere.
— Marl (@Marlebean) September 27, 2013
- They have a way of disappearing.
A scavenger hunt, but it's just our entire family trying to find my preschooler's jacket.
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) February 22, 2016
- Juice problems.
In the dictionary, the definition of "tedious" just has a picture of a toddler trying to open a Capri Sun by himself.
— Paige Kellerman (@PaigeKellerman) July 9, 2014
- It takes mad skills.
I've never been to a yoga class, but I've taken 30 minutes to exit a baby's room in slow motion… so I think I've done all the positions.
— The ParentNormal (@ParentNormal) November 19, 2014
- You do what you gotta do.
Parents of 6 month old: "We don't believe in screen time."
Parents of 3 y/o: "Ok let's practice the iTunes password again repeat after me"
— Bunmi Laditan (@HonestToddler) February 18, 2016
- Bless you.
My son couldn't sit where he wanted in the car so please keep us in your thoughts & prayers.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) February 24, 2016
Imagine being 5 minutes from the end of the longest movie ever & it starts over because it forgot something. That's my kid telling a story.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 26, 2016
- Sad, but true.
How you eat a muffin when you're 4:
Take wrapper off.
Crumble into millions of pieces.
Leave sitting on the counter for mom to clean up.
— Meredith (@PerfectPending) February 26, 2016
- Uh huh.
80% of being a parent is just saying, "Hurry up! We're late!"
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) February 16, 2016
— Bunmi Laditan (@HonestToddler) February 16, 2016