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Chris Hayes Dec 15
Sentence I just uttered: “David, if you’re gonna have Ritz crackers for dinner, you have to have salami, too.”
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The Cheeky Mommy Dec 12
Before kids I needed complete darkness, quiet and my own bed with special pillows to sleep through the night. Now I could sleep on a folding chair in the middle of Walmart under a spotlight and be happy.
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Thomas Leeds Dec 15
Tell me he's wrong. "Great story but does the hero need to have your disability? Not sure children are ready for disabled heroes." Please RT - I need to know. Thank you for all support & new followers.
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Phil Boucher, MD Dec 13
Need this sign at every playground, preschool, zoo, and play date. Let kids learn, play, and even work things out themselves. Kids are much more capable (and tolerant of imposition by their playmates) than given credit for.
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MindShift Dec 14
Reading aloud to older children -- even up to age 14, who can comfortably read to themselves -- has benefits both academic and emotional
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TwinzerDad Dec 15
Parenting is a full time job. A full time job where your boss occasionally calls you into their office at 3 am to inform you that he has elbows.
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The Grim Adventures of Cullen Turbyfill Dec 17
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Desmond is Amazing Dec 12
"WHY DO YOU LOVE ME?" Excerpt from "11 Year Old Drag Queen Confides in Mom | {THE AND} Desmond & Wendy" Watch: Created by
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Claire Underwood 1m
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World Economic Forum Dec 14
Since 2013, more than 200 single mothers have been housed. Read more:
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Dad Lives Matter Podcast 7h
When you have an 18 mo old, you have more more ornaments on the ground than on the tree
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Jack's Dad Dec 16
Normally when people ask "Do you want any children?" they are asking if you plan on having children. If I ask you "Do you want any children?" I'm asking if you will please have my children.
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Georgina Tennant Dec 15
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Tired Punk Dec 17
So some days, my anxiety spirals into terrible ideas about my family and how we're gonna turn out. Then I watch my son chasing my husband around while they both laugh hysterically and I'm reminded that our house has a fuckton of love in it and that we'll be fine.
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Joe Matuch Dec 15
Enjoying my present from today: a day off to relax!
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Lawrence Brown 2h
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mummarushi 13h
With my baby im just never sure if or not he’s warm enough when im out and about.I keep going from covering up too much to not covering up too much to may be covering up too much wasn’t a bad idea to start with to overheating isn’t a good idea and on and on 🤦‍♀️
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Nikki 26s
Having to donate kids books by stealth under cloak of darkness because my daughter cannot bear to part with any books. Ever. You can take anything else, but not books apparently
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West Wales Family Life 39m
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The Cheeky Mommy 10h
Mom Math: The more dressed up I am + how much makeup I’m wearing = the length of time I will be leaving the house for😂🤗🙌
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