10 Funny Parenting Haiku Tweets That Sum Up Your Most Feared Experiences
Sometimes parenting is hard. It’s tiring, frustrating, difficult, and often messy. It’s a lot of work and it doesn’t always feel like a joy. But there are moments that make it worth it. There are moments when you catch your kid being so sweet, thoughtful or hilarious that you can’t help but share.
Parenting can seem like an uphill battle, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Here are 10 honest tweets by parents just like you who have been there before about what parenting is really all about.
With this list, we hope to provide some laughs and encourage you in the midst of the not so fun moments – all from the perspective of a parent.
More socks on the floor@TNTAdam Jan 25, 2019
My admonitions ignored
Screen time is at risk
My girl loves to read.@haiku_dad Oct Oct 14, 2016
She also likes pretending
To fart in my face
#StayClassy #SameChildDiffInterests #Parenting #DadLife #haiku
A #parenting haiku, composed after travelling with my kids for 5 days:@gretchendiemer Nov 25, 2018
When you don’t listen to your mom,
she smiles and says
I told you so. Again.
Parenting Haiku@JasonEAlt Nov 14, 2018
I say tomayto
My daughter says tomahto
Fuck you, Peppa Pig
Cash counter meltdown.@momentHaiku Nov 25, 2018
A teachable moment failed.
Breathe. Breathe. Breathe. Breathe. Breathe.
Full. Gallon. Of. Milk.@itsahaikulife Nov 23, 2016
All over the kitchen floor
Slowly. Count. To. Ten.
#haiku #parenting #accidentshappen
A haiku about my day:@MyMomologue Jan 27, 2016
Whine whine whine whine whine.
Whine whine whine whine whine whine whine.
Wine, red and white, both.
Sleep. A #Parenting Haiku@thomaslhorrocks Mar 12, 2017
Sleep. Wonderful sleep.
It’s been more than a year now.
Oh how we miss you.
Games, lights, sounds, buttons@HonestToddler May 23, 2013
Final Test: Can this toy fly?
Rest in peace, iPhone
Postpartum Haiku #29@EveHurwitz Oct 2, 2016
Laptop and spit-up
Life of a work at home mom
Always one boob out
Here’s to more of us sharing the joys of parenting and less of the frustration. With these words of wisdom we hope to make it all seem a bit easier.
What’s your honest parenting haiku tweet?