Best Parenting Humor

Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs in the world. Not only do you have to worry about your own health and wellbeing, but you also have to care for your children 24/7. It can be a thankless job, and there are days when you just want to pull your hair out. However, it can also be one of the most rewarding jobs you’ll ever have. One of the best things about being a parent is the sense of humor you develop. After a long day of dealing with tantrums and sleepless nights, sometimes all you need is a good laugh. And who better to provide that laughter than your own children? Whether they’re making silly faces or telling jokes, kids have a unique way of making even the grimmest situations seem funny.

Here are some of the funniest parenting tweets out there:

  • “My 2-year-old just brought me a dandelion and said, ‘Look, mom! A flower for you!’ I’m going to miss this sweet innocence when she’s a teenager.”
  • “Having a toddler is like living with a drunk person. They pee their pants, throw up on you, and pass out at random times.”
  • “My 4-year-old son just asked me how old I was. I told him I was 29. He then said, ‘You’re old enough to know better.'”
  • “Parenting is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.”
  • “The hardest part of being a parent is not losing your sh*t in front of your kids.”
  • “My kids are fighting again. I asked them what the problem was and they both said, ‘You.'”
  • “Parenting is like riding a roller coaster. You never know when it’s going to take a turn for the worse.”
  • “My daughter just asked me if I liked her new haircut. I told her I loved it. She then said, ‘Good, because I cut it myself.'”
  • “Parenting is like playing chess. You have to think ahead and plan your moves carefully, or you’ll end up in checkmate.”
  • “My son just asked me how old Santa Claus is. I told him he’s immortal. He then said, ‘That explains why he’s never aged a day.'”
  • “The best thing about having kids is that they’re like little adults, but with less common sense.”
  • “Parenting is like walking a tightrope. You have to be careful not to lose your balance, or you’ll fall.”
  • “My kids just asked me if I believe in Santa Claus. I told them I do, but only because he brings me presents.”
  • “The best thing about being a parent is that you can always blame your kids when things go wrong.”
  • “My daughter just asked me if I love her more than I love her brother. I told her I love them both the same. She then said, ‘That’s not what mommy says.'”
  • “Parenting is like being in a marathon. It’s long, tiring, and you just want it to end.”
  • “My son just asked me why the sky is blue. I told him I don’t know. He then said, ‘That’s not a very good answer, daddy.'”
  • “Parenting is like being on a roller coaster. You never know when it’s going to take a turn for the worse.”
  • “My daughter just asked me if I love her more than I love her brother. I told her I love them both the same. She then said, ‘That’s not what mommy says.'”

So next time you’re feeling frazzled, take a moment to enjoy the parenting humor that only children can provide.