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Jack's Dad Jun 19
Crime: Giving parenting advice of any kind when you don't have any children. Sentence: 5 years working at a soft play that only plays the same 5 kids songs on loop all day.
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kate ford 12h
My son just went totally ballistic because me talking on the phone too loud apparently woke him up 😳 it was only a few years ago he stopped keeping me awake all night!
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MindShift Jun 18
When it comes to children's development, parents should worry less about kids' -- and more about their own
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Ari Jun 18
If you have a teenager, remember that they are not really built to communicate effectively. Just give them a small daily hug, so they know your heart is always with them.
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Seán Gleeson Jun 20
What's the etiquette for parenting other people's children? Like if they snatch a toy from my kid and their parent could not give less of a shit, I'm well within my rights to tell them they need to share, right?
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Richard Dean 7h
I never knew what it was like to suffer from a rage attack. Then I heard someone without kids tell me how busy they were. Now I know.
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TwinzerDad 19h
My wife often parents for days at a time without talking about it on the internet. It's almost like she doesn't require constant validation from people on the internet to determine her self worth.
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Richard Dean Jun 19
*On the potty* Mama: If you go potty, you'll earn a prize! 3yo: [jumps off potty] PIES? BOOBERRY PIES?? If it makes potty-training finally happen, then buddy you can have all the blueberry pies you want.
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Kim Love 16h
Replying to @kimmaytube
That woman's life will NEVER be the same. She will never get those years back. Including her pre-baby body. Jesse Williams will, and is already moving on, dating pretty women carefree and will not suffer the penalty as she will. THEREFORE, he OWES HER tremendously.
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Jack's Dad Jun 20
Most of the time I'm quite a logical person. Always thinking things through. Other times I give Jack an Oreo right before it's time to brush his teeth.
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TwinzerDad Jun 19
(Toddler looks at the Scrambled eggs that I made him) Toddler: Can I have chicken nuggets? Me: Those are chicken nuggets bud. They're just really underdone.
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STORMIE Jun 20
YOU GUYS I AM SO SO SO EXCITED MY BOOK RAISING 5 IS AVAILABLE NOW FOR PREORDER ON AMAZON♥️OUT JULY 1ST♥️
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Joseph M. Adelman Jun 20
We could all learn something from my 9-month-old, who believes that every book gives you something to chew on.
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Disney Mom Jun 21
For those of you who didn't get enough sleep last night 🙋‍♀️ (Head over to my YouTube channel for the full version)
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Rosey Jun 19
Please help us spread the word of our weekly Twitter chat for those affected by postnatal depression and other maternal and paternal mental illnesses.
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Sharon Ibbotson 50m
2 year old dressed without complaint this morning, ate her breakfast, cuddled her brother, held hands all the way to pre-school and said ‘Good morning’ to everyone we passed. All I can think is: WHAT IS SHE PLANNING?
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Jonno Plays Jun 18
Pokemon GO's new trading feature can and will be used as a way to lure people to in real life destinations to harm them. This is not safe and parent's need to be VERY aware of who their children friend in the game now.
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BACHPAN play school Jun 20
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Ian Miller 10h
So I was just informed by my 5 year old that she can play me like a ukulele I think I’m in trouble
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TwinzerDad Jun 19
My toddler's tendency to omit the letter 'L' in the word "Clock" makes his descriptions of large timepieces especially funny.
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