Sommige tweets van ouders zijn zo herkenbaar - en te grappig. Buzzfeed zette de leukste van het jaar 2018 op een rij.
Leve de bacillen
Left my kids alone in the bathtub for literally 30 seconds only to find one of them eating out of the garbage can and the other eating out of the toilet.
— Jonesy the Canuck 🇨🇦 (@Jonesy_donkey) November 24, 2018
Me: Did you miss me while you were at Grandma’s house?
6-year-old: She let us make cookies.
Me: I missed you.
6: We ate them for breakfast.
So that’s a no.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) November 5, 2018
One of the great things about having kids is that even if you completely forget to set your alarm, they will guarantee that you never, ever oversleep.
— Goldfish and Chicken Nuggets 🤶🏻🎅🏻🎄 (@gfishandnuggets) October 26, 2018
Me: Remember where you put your socks that you were just wearing?
5yo: No, but remember 3 years ago when you told me I could have a puppy when I turn 10?
— Shaun (@Shaundsmith80) November 27, 2018
Geduld is een schone zaak
First time parent: “I really don’t like when you do that.”
Second time parent: “YOU’RE BEING A DICK.”
— Doc Octopussy 🕷 (@colleendespina) November 5, 2018
Wife: we only have 30 minutes before the kids wake up.
Me: [blushes] I wonder what we could do that takes 30 minutes or less.
Me: [nods] pizza.
— Oops!...I Dad It Again (@NewDadNotes) November 27, 2018
Me: I’m only going to ask you to clean this mess up ONE more time.
6-year-old: That’s good. I was tired of hearing you ask.
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) October 6, 2018
Noem het passie
My kid can tell me all about a 24 minute episode of Paw Patrol in 76 minutes.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) March 20, 2018
The recipe for disaster:
1) Have kids
— Mommy Cusses (@mommy_cusses) January 23, 2018
Spijker op z'n kop
Dinner is a great time for my family to come together to tell each other exactly what is wrong with the meal I made.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) March 20, 2018