At TODAY Parents, we love seeing moms and dads post hilarious-but-true thoughts about parenthood on social media.
Kids have a funny way of pointing out our flaws, whether it's being on our phones too much or telling them one thing but doing another ourselves. Whether your child pointed out how dirty your car is this week or danced around the kitchen every evening instead of eating their dinner: Worry not, because it's the weekend. Enjoy the funniest parents online this week.
Iced coffee counts as water, right?
You can't deny, so just tell me why...
Nope, we're good
Why don't you trust me?
Sleep when the baby sleeps...
Sign us up
Thanks, that helped
Got a light?
You sure showed him
So. Not. Worth. It.
With age comes wisdom
My favorite is when my son begs me to take him to Target so he can buy something with his own money & then when we get in line he says, “Are you really gonna make me use my own money?”— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) February 24, 2020
You know you internet too much when your 3 yr old is going around saying “hatch-tags”— Mama 🦙💨 (@mamallamapuff) February 23, 2020
Oh, your kids sit down and eat dinner? That’s cool. Mine perform interpretive dance in the kitchen while their food gets cold.— SpacedMom (@copymama) February 24, 2020
Current state of parenting..— ᴅᴀɴᴛᴅᴍ💎 (@dantdm) February 24, 2020
..I’m looking forward to be going to bed at 9pm tonight 🙃
Had to flex on a rival dad and show him how to fold his own stroller in front of a bunch of people.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 24, 2020
My husband turns 40 tomorrow, and I turn 38 in a few months. Last night we both learned a valuable lesson about getting older:— MommyMemeJeans (@mommymemejeans) February 23, 2020
Eating Jack in the Box at 11pm is a game that can result in horrific results. Not worth it.
Today I took a sick day because I am legit sick but I got dressed up did my make up and pretended I was going to work as I packed lunches and shuffled my kids off to school because those little suckers would surely tell the nurse they were sick if they knew I was home sleeping.— suzanne hayes (@shayes613) February 24, 2020