At TODAY Parents, we love seeing moms and dads post hilarious-but-true thoughts about parenthood on social media.
As 2020 continues to overwhelm us, there's something we have in common: We love our kids and we also love laughing about the craziness that comes with raising them.
So sit back and take a moment for yourself, because we've made it through another week and it's time to share a moment of solidarity and laughter.
Count me out
I still have nightmares about high school, so no, I will not be paying $50 to attend this year's reunion.— Raw Motherhood (@MetteAngerhofer) June 8, 2020
My favorite part of 2020 so far is how ordering takeout most nights of the week is now considered “supporting” local businesses & not being a lazy ass who just doesn’t want to cook... again.— MomTransparenting (@momtransparent1) June 9, 2020
You guys OK?
It's exhausting, right?
Left my house for a few hours earlier, how did I used to do this every day?— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) June 11, 2020
“At what age do kids stop whining?” I ask while whining about it on the internet.— Becca Carnahan (@with_love_becca) June 7, 2020
Marry someone who understands your dishwasher loading technique.— MarriedMomOf3 (@MarriedOf3) June 10, 2020
Don't touch my fries
Kid: Where do babies come from?— Jessie (@mommajessiec) June 8, 2020
Me: I’ll tell you when you’re older.
Kid: What happened to the rest of my fries?
Me: When a man and a woman...
Things are getting real
The only thing worse than a monsoon of a thunderstorm when you’re trying to get your kid to bed is literally nothing.— The Michelle Dempsey (@MichelleDWrites) June 11, 2020
Are you finished yet?
Kids have this magical ability to take a simple short story and weave it into a soul crushing epic saga.— Jacki (@jaxwax04) June 8, 2020
Wingman level 100
My husband texted me from Costco to let me know there was a line & I think he was looking for me to say “don’t worry about it, just come home” but instead I said “don’t forget the ice.”— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) June 11, 2020
Bike ride, anyone?
My kids and I have all started swearing this year. It’s been a fun project.— your other mom (@difficultpatty) June 11, 2020