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Chris and Aims Aug 14
Me: "Baby's asleep! Time to get some housework done." Me to me: "Sit on the couch mindlessly browsing social media and start to clean 5 minutes before baby wakes up!"
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Richard Dean Aug 17
My wife and daughter left for the airport 2 hours ago. It will be tough managing three boys alone while they're gone, but I'm proud to say that so far I haven't had to raise my voice at them even once! I just hope I can keep this up once they are actually awake.
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Dadservations 16h
pro tip: The Coffee Nap Slam a cup of coffee, then take a short cat nap. You’ll feel so great after!!
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Peter Michael Marino Aug 14
Props to the two dads who LEFT THEIR MONSTER KIDS at my kids’ show today and had drinks in the bar instead of being with them. You’ve successfully raised 3 lonely kids who will seek attention - even from strangers. Namaste.
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Jeffrey Guterman, Ph.D. Aug 17
My son just called. He said he's fine. So I am fine. I'm typically in an irritable mood unless I hear from him.
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Andrew Phung Aug 16
(Playing downstairs w/ my 4 year old) N: (chewing on something) Me: What are you eating? N: Nothing... Me: Nico, what are you eating? N:...umm... Me: Open your mouth. N: IT'S A BANDAID I FOUND!!!! Parents of small children, you know this scenario all too well.
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Richard Dean Aug 16
Being a dad with anxiety feels an awful lot like being a mom.
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Chris and Aims Aug 14
My baby doesn't have to sleep through the night to be a "good" baby.
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Richard Dean 8h
At the end of a long day as a solo dad, I have a couple choices: I could clean the kitchen, run some laundry, and set clothes out to be ready for tomorrow. Or I could sip wine and vacantly scroll Twitter. If you guys need anything, you know where to find me.
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Chris and Aims Aug 17
Saw this on our way to the aquarium. It's too late for us 😂😭
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Richard Dean Aug 17
I'm solo-parenting 3 boys this weekend, but was feeling good as I pulled into the driveway following daycare pickup. Then suddenly I was getting a great hug from our 4yo. Who I apparently didn't buckle into his car seat. This may be a very long weekend.
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KrazyMommy18 Aug 15
What it takes to be a mom 🤰🏼 1. super sonic hearing 👂🏼🔊 2. the ability to smell a shitty diaper from 2 rooms away. 👃🏼♨️ 3. the ability to just KNOW when your kids are doing something wrong 🤔🧐 4. Never missing the trash 🚮
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Grumpy Twin Dad Aug 16
P(arent)SA: If you've ever been talking to friend - who's probably just looking for support- about their kids, and your response began with the words "Well, MY kids..." emphasized in that shitty, braggy way, just know that they thought about knocking you the fuck out.
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Not another Pinterest Mom Aug 15
The baby is sleeping, I could 1. Take a nap 2. Clean house or 3. Veg out and do nothing And the winner is.... you guessed it, 3.
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Laura Yarrow Aug 16
Can't wait for the episode of Topsy and Tim where the mum loses her temper, smashes the place up and locks herself in the bathroom with a glass of wine. It's just a matter of time...
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Mamma Khan Aug 17
If you need a Friday pick-me-up, here's a story. My husband once ate yellow seedy baby poo off his shirt thinking it was scrambled eggs. That's it, that's the story. Carry on.
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Richard Dean Aug 15
Tonight I pulled all the seats out of the minivan, made a 90 minute round trip, loaded and unloaded two giant pieces of furniture for our 7yo's room, and now will put seats back and take out the trash. My wife put four kids to bed. So basically I got the night off.
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Emma Nichols 15h
Teehee night night lovelies xxx
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ThreeTimeDaddy Aug 17
Camping at family festival. Within half an hour of arriving I heard the classic words from another tent: ‘THAT’S IT! WE’RE GOING HOME!’ We’ve been there buddy, I wanted to say. We’ve all been there.
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Toddler Nonsense Aug 14
Four year old wakes me up and wants tacos for breakfast. Again. I tell him we can't have tacos every day. He says he will buy. "Go get dressed. I'll be in the car buddy."
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