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Deborah Grey Jun 17
If you survived abuse as a child and have gone on to raise children who live in a loving, protective, nurturing abuse free home then quite frankly...you are an AMAZING human. Reflect on that 🌻
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Richard Dean Jun 16
Our 3yo just pushed me over in the living room, angrily yelling "ALL DONE DADDY. TAKE A REST!!!!" Long story short, he's now my sole heir.
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Sean R. Frazier Jun 17
Daughter: "When someone dies, someone should put unpopped popcorn inside them so, if they're cremated, everyone gets a surprise!" Me: "Genius!"
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Jess M Baumgartner Jun 17
M: Nothing rhymes with orange 8: Porange and borange do M: Those aren't words 8: They rhyme with orange and I just said them so they're words
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Jack's Dad Jun 17
It's amazing how many conversations between parents start with the words "I love my kids.......but....".
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Toddler Nonsense 12h
Interviewer: How well do you deal with stressful situations? Me: I have two kids. One is a toddler. Interviewer: Are you a multitasker? Me: I have two kids. Interviewer: how do you feel about working long hours? Me: Are you even listening to me?
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Jack's Dad 11h
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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Jack's Dad Jun 18
Welcome to parenthood! All of your sleeves, trouser legs, and pockets will have tiny socks in now.
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TwinzerDad 2h
(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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Adam Joseph Jun 18
Made oatmeal for two, changed two poops, some laundry, made a fort, cleaned crayon stains on the wall and a chair, packed a swim bag, broke up 8 fights, and it's only 9am.
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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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Autism care and share Jun 16
You never take no for an answer and the only professinal in a room when it comes to your child is you. The room is yours own it youve worked hard for it
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Toddler Nonsense Jun 18
Anyone else's kid take the "crunch" off of chicken nuggets like they are peel and eat shrimp?
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Toddler Nonsense Jun 18
Me: Hey, buddy, what should we do for lunch? 4yr old: Eat? I now understand why I drive my wife nuts.
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TwistedDoodles Jun 17
Our toddlers are now at the age where if one parent punishes them for something they immediately call on the second parent to be an independent ombudsman citing unfair treatment.
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Richard Dean 23h
At the playground, a dad was playing a game of "Slow Tag" with his kids. He explained it's called that because old people move "Soooo slooowwwww". I think this genius just changed my life.
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Autism care and share Jun 18
Middle of a mega meltdown. it can all change in a second!!!😩😩😩
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TwinzerDad 8h
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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Toddler Nonsense Jun 16
My back looks like I had a wild night last night. A wild night of the boy's toenails raking me every time he moved. It's like having a badger sleeping next to you.
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My Active Tribe Jun 17
My 4 year old daughter just asked when it was ‘Children’s Day’
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