11 Of The Funniest Parenting Tweets Of 2023

While parenting certainly comes with its fair share of challenges, it can come with its comical moments.

Following the humorous and active Twitter account Parental Misguidance, moms and dads often share their amusing stories about raising kids through Twitter threads. Our team gathered some of the most entertaining parenting tweets from this online community.


Me: Why are you being so annoying today?

4yo: Because I love you.

Me: Love me less.

4yo: No! –3 Wild Rainbows


To the moms using their spit to clean their kid’s faces and style their kid’s hair in the school drop-off line; I see you. I am you. –Mommeh Thee Dearest



No one:

3: [digging in my arm] Mommy, I think there’s something in your bones I have to fix. Like an elephant or an orange or a cow or a star or ice cream or the moon or a cookie… –(This part is superfluous)


Me: Eat your dinner. 

6: But my belly hurts. 

Me: Okay then you can go lay down, but no treats or snacks later. 

6: But I’ll feel better then.  –Mommeh Thee Dearest


*struggling to get her head through the armhole of her pajamas*

3: Mommy, is this the head?? –(This part is superfluous)


My kids are late to their first day of school because I don’t want to give their teachers the wrong impression of us by being on time. –Real Life Mommy


I woke up my kid for her first day of school and she rolled over in bed to face me, a smile slowly spread across her face, and then a fart ripped at full volume under the covers.

“I’m so excited I farted.” –mom mom mom mom mom


If you’re expecting your first baby, skip the self-help books and practice saying “wow,” “no,” and “the playground is closing” –The Mom Hack


When my 3-year-old kisses me on the mouth, I immediately go use mouthwash because I’ve seen him lick the tile in the bathroom. –The Ciscokidder

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Me: *To my 5YO* Eat your breakfast; you need energy for swim class.

5YO: I already have energy. Remember when I was jumping on your bed and woke you up this morning? –My Life As Dad


Vacation hack: Bring children’s melatonin. –Jennifer Parker

Though parenting is hard and often overwhelming, sometimes, it offers a once-in-a-lifetime laugh. The humor in parenting lies in its unpredictability, reminding us that sometimes the best way to navigate the chaos is to simply laugh along.


This article was produced and syndicated by TPR Teaching.

Caitriona Maria is an education writer and founder of TPR Teaching, crafting inspiring pieces that promote the importance of developing new skills. For 7 years, she has been committed to providing students with the best learning opportunities possible, both domestically and abroad. Dedicated to unlocking students' potential, Caitriona has taught English in several countries and continues to explore new cultures through her travels.

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