Being a parent is almost impossible.
Even when you think you have been a good parent, your kid turns into a teenager and basically faults everything you ever did. That is just how things go. But that is not to say parents are expected to be perfect because the fact of the matter is, they can’t be. However, seeing the humor in some things is one way to deal with all the problems parents have to face.
It is never good to always be serious when your kids are concerned. It’s fine to be strict where it matters but if your children never see you goofing around, you aren’t going to be able to build a rapport with them. And the best way to share all the weird antics you face every day is through Twitter. So if you are here to feel like you aren’t going crazy because of all the crying in the other room, we welcome you to this safe place.
Just scroll below and get ready to have a moment of respite and a few laughs.
#1 It is just an endless cycle that has continued for generations.
#2 That is not to say adults don’t have selective hearing when it counts as well.
#3 I don’t think anyone can have an answer to that little statement.
#4 When did 4-year-olds become, such great manipulators?
#5 They are the ones who wanted to know in the first place.
#6 I think the son is the one who is a tad bit too mean in this context but who knows if he didn’t deserve it?
#7 I don’t think I can say anything that will make this better.
#8 Everyone learns how to do that with, that girl will learn with practice as well.
#9 At least he wrote an apology. That has to count for something right?
#10 I don’t why or how but kids can be inherently creepy sometimes.
#11 I could kind of already see where this was going to go.
#12 This kid is learning dark humor at the perfect age if you ask me.
#13 Of course being passive-aggressive with a teenager is a very good idea.
#14 I think this kid just ended everyone who has ever binged.
#15 As it turns out genetics just might be Russian roulette.
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