Wie kunnen het ouderschap beter omschrijven dan ouders zelf? Daarom: de grappigste tweets van vaders en moeders op een rij.
My 4yo just asked me if I was there when we went to Disney 6 weeks ago for 5 days, so I’m obviously making a huge impact in her life.
— SpacedMom (@copymama) 7 november 2017
My 1-year-old insisted that I read her this book.
It's going to be a long morning. pic.twitter.com/uXpGJLnAT2
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) 4 september 2017
My son is having a hard time getting over the fact we’re not naming his new baby sister Megatron.
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) 6 november 2017
At the end of a long, difficult day of parenting it's so nice to know you can look forward to a long, difficult night of parenting.
— MyMammanog (@MyMomologue) 7 september 2017
It's Friday night and you know what that means. Nothing. I'm a parent, it means absolutely nothing.
— SingleBabyMama (@_SingleBabyMama) 21 oktober 2017
My wife grabbed my butt last night, not to be sexy, but because she was checking a diaper in her dreams. We've been parents for too long.
— La Guardia Cross (@LaGuardiaCross) 4 september 2017
me [on my deathbed]
son: Can you make me a snack?
— Josh (@iwearaonesie) 18 november 2017
Whenever my kid's teacher asks how I'm doing, I always want to reply, "Why? What did my kid tell you?"
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) 24 september 2017
The problem with a household with a stay at home parent is that both parents think Saturday is their day off, and both parents are wrong.
— Lauren Mulled Cider (@DraggingFeeties) 2 september 2017
Family vacations are great if you want to know what it feels like to count down the hours until bedtime in a different city.
— MotherPlaylist (@MotherPlaylist) 11 november 2017
Naptime is better described as the eye of the hurricane.
— The ParentNormal (@ParentNormal) 26 september 2017