Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
rachelbeth32 Feb 18
Weird parenting moment: My 7 year old pierced my 15 year old’s nose tonight with a sewing needle pin.
Reply Retweet Like
Ashley Long 13h
Our 4yro was playing with her horsies last night and quietly heard her say F ing S*** 😰 i told her babe you can't say that. She told me she said it quietly so it was okay....😅😖😳 terrible.
Reply Retweet Like
Albert Camus Feb 20
4yr old: What snack can I have that isn’t messy. Me: Go get an apple. 4yr old: Returns with ketchup and Cheetos .
Reply Retweet Like
Ameenah M. Doumbia 3h
I was gonna start sleep training tonight. Its 7pm 😒 my kids are in their beds. Therefore when it ACTUAL Bedtime now??
Reply Retweet Like
Kristyn Turney Feb 19
Home education: ❌perfect children —>BUT home education DOES make it easier for consistent follow through of consequences, and to allow multiple opportunities throughout the day to pray, pray, pray together.
Reply Retweet Like
BabyGaga Feb 16
Reply Retweet Like
💙⛄️❄️Crystal❄️⛄️💙 Feb 20
Tonight I garnished my daughter’s broccoli cheese soup with finely shredded cheese and it was the same as an assassination attempt ohgodwhatwasithinking??
Reply Retweet Like
Kristin Feb 21
Reply Retweet Like
Yvonne Conroy Feb 16
My boys were brought up with and where there was a quest or a winning goal. My daughter is desperate to play where you have to kill people to be the winner. Sad times for parents today
Reply Retweet Like
BabyGaga Feb 19
Reply Retweet Like
Plum Organics Feb 21
Parents understand it is okay to skip gym day.
Reply Retweet Like
Crys Feb 13
🙋‍♀️Raise your hand if you’ve already been called by your kid’s Dean of Students today. Not the good kind of call. Gifted kids =/= easy kids.
Reply Retweet Like
Angela Rau Feb 21
Replying to @sewardstephen
Parents need someone to listen is there
Reply Retweet Like
Brandi Parsons Feb 19
Reply Retweet Like
Beginning with Moses Feb 19
Reply Retweet Like
BTW BLISS 15h
Reply Retweet Like
Liz Feb 14
Hardest thing about being a parent so far (other than the newborn/baby part) is keeping your own emotions and expectations in check when u have a defiant child or one with special needs (or in my case both).
Reply Retweet Like
So Happy In Town 22h
Have our kids lost the ability to muck about and just BE?
Reply Retweet Like
Arica Feb 19
Somedays are harder than others. 👭 @ Summerville, South Carolina
Reply Retweet Like
Kellie Erickson Feb 20
Reply Retweet Like