These Hilarious Mom Tweets Prove Parenting Is NOT For the Weak

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I hate to say it but when I became a parent, I was surprised by how hard parenting is. I guess my parents just made it look very easy. I was naïve at 26, and I think I just expected every moment to be truly joyful. Although my sweet kids are well worth the lack of sleep, getting pooped on, peed on, barfed on, and all the other crazy things they put me through, I still think that being a mom should qualify us for some kind of special merit badge at least!

I’m so old that Twitter didn’t even exist when I became a mom and 2004. But if it had I definitely would’ve tweeted about my son puking in my mouth on my 27th birthday. Precious, precious memories.

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Clearly these funny moms from Twitter feel the same. They let loose some of their finest parenting moments in mom tweets that will keep you laughing all day! Check out some of my favorites below from these mamas who know how to keep it real — and real funny.

Mom expert: LEVEL UP! PhD in bum genius.

This just in: Pregnancy is gross.

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Yep, that actually IS how that ends.

Sounds like she’s raising him right to me.

Hey man, three-year-olds are notorious for cheating — he’s probably just throwing grandma under the bus!

DUDE. Samesies. Garbage and the laundry hamper.

Mom level: Expert Times 1000!!! Please tell me you got that on video.

LOL! Nice try, kid.

 

Mom-blind???? I want to be that!!

Sounds like protein and vegetables to me!

Yikes. I’m sure you’ll cherish those family shots forever.

Well mamas, I hope these mom tweets give you a good laugh and some my motivation to make it through the day with your little Rugrats. Sweet potato puke and all.


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Jenny Rapson
Jenny Rapson is a follower of Christ, a wife and mom of three from Ohio and a freelance writer and editor. You can find her at her blog, Mommin' It Up, or follow her on Twitter.