Top 15 tweets about parents who are fed up with their children

Maternal instinct, parental love, that’s all well and good, but there are still times when children are very reluctant. So their parents sometimes really need to let off steam somewhere to say how much their offspring exasperates them. And Twitter has witnessed many of these heartfelt cries from parents who are fed up. But don’t worry, they’re not bad parents, deep down they still love their children. It’s just that when they’re boring, well, you have to say it, and after that it’s better. Admit, parents reading this top, you could have written those tweets.

1. My husband and I have decided that we don’t want to have children. We’ll tell them tonight.

2. Me: Take time to choose stuffed animals that I think my daughter will like

Her: Sleeps with a lemon and takes it everywhere with her.

3. My son won’t want to wear a shoe if there’s a grain of sand in it, but he doesn’t mind spending the whole day with shit in his pants.


5. I accidentally flushed the toilet instead of letting my kid do it, which in the children’s community is considered a crime punishable by death.

6. My 9 year old daughter took an old tube of lip balm and filled it with cheese so she could eat in class.

7. [ A mon enterrement ]

My child: *leans into my coffin and whispers* can I play a game on your phone?

8. 50% of parenting is just deciding if that noise is worth going up the stairs to check.

9. Child: There’s too much peanut butter in my sandwich.

Me: *makes another sandwich*

Child: “There’s not enough in that one.” »

Me: *Makes a sandwich right*

Child: “I don’t like peanut butter anymore”

10. Me: “I really try not to lie to my kids.”

Always me: “We can’t go to Disneyland today, it’s closed”

11. Ok sex is good but have you ever vacuumed a pile of Lego pieces that your children refused to put away?


13. What is it called when you do everything you can to make people happy but no one is happy? Ah yes, parenting.

14. As long as your kiddos can open the doors by themselves in the middle of the night, well done, you’re now living in a haunted house.

15. I wish I had as much confidence as my daughter asking Alexa (the voice assistant) to turn off mom’s “gross music” and play Baby Shark instead.

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