When you’re a parent coping with the demands of raising a little one, you’re excused if you think you are the only person on earth, with no one around to help. If you look closer, you will find that you have a community of literally millions of parents who are going through the same joys and challenges as you are. Parenting is such an overwhelming feeling that you feel like you HAVE TO document your thoughts and memories some place, and what better place than Twitter? So on this Father’s Day, we bring you some of the best Parenting tweets we found. They are funny, poignant, personal, thoughtful and much more. Enjoy!
— Jill AnnMarie (@Fibro_Mama) June 15, 2016
Lessons of Life : The worst question we always ask kids ‘what do u want to do with ur life?’ Did u ever manage the right answer for urself?
— Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur) June 5, 2016
My mom told me a beautiful thing today. She said, I was never selfish, but i didn’t know I could be so selfless till I had my children.
— Mrs. Tony Stark 😀 (@BrushUrTeeth_03) June 16, 2016
My wife is on a small holiday with the son.
“I really miss you.”
“Oh, how sweet.”
“Yeah, I need someone to carry him around.”
— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) June 14, 2016
I made kulfi for the first time at home and the 7yo says ‘Amma this is the best kulfi you have ever made’ #diplomatinmaking
— R’s Mom (@readingrsmind) May 20, 2016
Someone needs to tell my #toddler that there is a greater joy than being up early on the weekend to see the sunrise.
It’s called sleeping.
— Sid (@iwrotethose) June 11, 2016
The offspring has moved so swiftly from tween to teen, he’s left skid marks on my maternal heart.
— Kiran Manral (@KiranManral) June 14, 2016
Father to me: look at this photo of you as a child it’s so funny
Me: that’s not me
— s_purba (@s_purba) June 16, 2016
When you have nothing to do, you find some nothing to do.
(Bonus features: goat with goatee beard and ripe jamun) pic.twitter.com/SquprzyUdq
— Natasha तमाशा (@natashabadhwar) June 12, 2016
U know u r missed at home when ur son tries to lure you back with news of freshly ground Chikmagalur coffee he has got for u 🙂 @karthikavk
— anita nair (@anitanairauthor) June 17, 2016
Son inks himself with sketchpens &the wife walks in &asks why I didn’t see it & I’m like I saw it & I didn’t stop it pic.twitter.com/MgHA6x3lwE
— Ashok (@krishashok) May 31, 2016
So that was our round up of tweets from moms, dads and kids, because all three together make up a family, which is what these days are here to remind us of. Tell us how you like this collection in the comments section, and don’t forget to post parenting tweets that you liked too! Happy Father’s Day!