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These Are The Funniest Tweets From Parents This Week

If you're reading this, we salute you: you survived another week of parenting! You survived another week of whining and fighting and refusing to eat dinner. Depending on where you live, you survived another week or freezing temps, snow, or rain with your kids stuck inside all day. You battled over homework and wearing sandals in the winter and whether or not your kid needed a coat when it was 30 degrees outside. You woke up each morning, ready to take on the day! And you passed out each night, wondering how in the hell you could do this all over again the next day. You did it! So you definitely deserve to laugh right about now.

Kids are the masters of changing their minds. You could write down what they want in great detail, and somehow you will have gotten it wrong. We should just accept that we will never get it 100% right.

You can totally childproof your house to keep your little ones safe. But let's face it - there's no way to protect your house from your children, short of locking them out and making them live outside.

Who doesn't love a rousing game of Pin the Virus on the Child?! No matter how many kids are at a birthday party, you can count on at least 40% of them being contagious. You know you're in for a treat when you spot the kids wiping their noses on their sleeves or sneezing directly each other's faces.

Our kids are fond of walking around holding an empty coffee mug, complaining about how messy the house is. So maybe we should speak under our breath more, is what we're saying. These little sponges pick up everything.

Remember when you had nice things? Fancy throw pillows and glass on your tables and fresh plants or flowers? Remember when not everything in your house was a primary color or plastic or covered in fingerprints and/or dried boogers? We don't either.

It's definitely a double-edged sword! They take all your money and time and energy, but require nothing but money and time and energy.

Listen, that's just good advice. You never know if someone is aware of the paper part, so making them aware is just being a good human.

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