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These Are The Funniest Parenting Tweets Of The Week

Can you believe we're already a full month into summer?! We swear, we blinked and it was already half over. We don't know about you, but we've sort of dropped the ball on making magical summer memories so far. We keep putting stuff off, thinking we'll start having fun a little later, just wanting to enjoy a bit of downtime. And now here we are, staring July in the face, and the most we have to show for it is a trip to the park and some temporary tattoos from the quarter machine at the grocery store. We suppose we should start actually doing some fun stuff with our kids, before we lose track of July and all the summer stuff at Target is replaced with back to school supplies. But for now, we're going to take one more lazy day to laugh at these funny parenting tweets instead.

This kid isn't wrong. Working is actually kind of terrible when you consider how most kids make money - birthdays, holidays, and ripping teeth out of their mouths. Teeth should just keep coming in and falling out so we always have some spending cash.

Just because we have a kid doesn't mean we're not the same 12-year-old at the beach who thinks sand boobs are funny. They are funny. Especially on a kid.

In his defense, that is one of the worst jobs and we don't like it either. We do it, but we don't do it with joy.

Ahhhh, the good ol' days! As much as we complain about pregnancy, because it can be really hard, it truly was the last time our kids actually did what we expected and asked of them.

You all know that our kids are going to be dabbing at our funerals, right? Like this isn't going away anytime soon. We've created a monster generation of dabbers.

The beach is the absolute worst and no one should ever go because no one ever has a good time! Unless there are sand boobs involved. That's the only time it's acceptable.

Hide-and-seek is a fun game for when you want to forget that you even have kids for a short period of time. As much noise as they make, those little suckers sure can hide well.

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