Hilarious Modern #MomLife Tweets Every Parent Gets
Being a modern mom means dealing with a lot more complexities than past generations of parents. Most of us juggle work and family, and it can be a lot.
Luckily, modern moms also have Twitter to share their frustrations and funny moments. Who doesn't relate to these #momlife tweets from time to time?
Modern Mom Life Is Getting Roasted on the Reg
If your kid hasn't personally attacked you by now, just give it a minute. Nothing like getting told by a 4-year-old that your belly feels like oatmeal to help your self-esteem.
Counting the days until the nuances of "honesty is the best policy" sink in.
To be fair, quills are so much cooler than ballpoint pens.
They Also Give Gordon Ramsay a Run for His Money
Everybody's a critic. Hear that? It's the sound of someone else figuring out dinner tonight, because Mama needs a break.
The Battle Between Alone Time and Sleep? Endless
Whichever option you pick is the wrong one. There's no winning this game. Be rested, or have fun. Pick one.
Mom Life Is Having a Love-Hate Relationship With Back-to-School Season
Pros: The kids are back in school so we have the house to ourselves from 8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cons: We have to get them there at 8:15 a.m., fully clothed and everything.
Anyone Else Relate to Toddlers a Little Too Much?
Honestly, same. It's too early for all of that. Silence until at least cup of coffee number two.
We Agree With Our Kids About a Lot of Things. Entertainment Options Isn’t One of Them
Please not another "CocoMelon" song. Anything but that. "Baby Shark" is kind of a banger, though.
Mom Life Means Becoming a Grade Schooler’s Biggest Fan
Nobody tells you when you become a parent that seeing a kindergartener score a goal will be the highlight of your day.
In college, you would have thought that was pathetic, but celebrating scoring that first goal or winning shot with a tiny person you made yourself? That's not pathetic. That's priceless.
Can’t Tell If This Is Funny, or Mildly Depressing
You know those moments when you could laugh or cry? Be an overachiever. Do both at the same time.
Funny How Disney Movies Don’t Show What Happens After the Princess Marries Prince Charming
Spoiler alert: After Cinderella marries the prince, she soon has two under two and ditches the glass slippers because they were covered in crushed goldfish.
Mom Life Is Exhausting, but the Cute Moments Make It All Worthwhile
Mom life is spending the first three years trying to get them to say "firetruck" without scandalizing the entire playground, and the rest of your life missing their cute baby talk.
If Things Around the House Stop Working Mysteriously, Don’t Worry. That’s Normal.
If half the items in your house are either sticky or missing a battery, you're probably a parent. If you're not, are you OK?
Mom Life Is Taking Any Help You Can Get
No matter how much you fought with your sister as a kid, if she offers to babysit, the answer is yes.
The alternative is trying to wash your hair while someone stares at you asking for snacks.
Because Life on the High Seas Is Hectic
The worst part is when you have to wait to subdue the mutiny until you get home. In the middle of Target, you just have to force a smile as you talk to a small dictator in your best "just wait until we get in the car" voice.
And Don’t Even Mention the Chaos of Traveling With Kids
Traveling with kids is anarchy. This is the only time when screen time rules mean nothing. Before your next flight, download every movie Pixar has ever made and thank us later.
You’d Think as Modern Moms, We’d Have Invented a Bedtime Robot by Now
Why did no one tell us that getting teenagers to go to sleep would be just as much of a battle as getting a toddler to sleep? Plus the added struggle of getting them to wake up again the next morning.
If You’re Feeling Well Rested, Are You Even Parenting?
Mom life is continuing to will your body to keep moving even when you haven't had a solid meal and a full night of sleep in six years. Forget concealer and wear those dark circles like a badge.
Don’t Be Too Hard on Yourself, Though
There isn't a single way to be a perfect parent, but there are a million ways to be a good one. You're doing fine.
And Savor Every Moment, Because Mom Life Doesn’t Last Forever
Once you're a mom, you're always a mom. The experience of mom life, however, changes daily. You never know when a new phase is on the horizon, so appreciate every one.
Tomorrow, they might be embarrassed to be seen in public with you. Today, you're their hero. #Momlife is tough, but it's pretty amazing too.
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