The Funniest Parenting Tweets by Sarcastic Mommy

Parenting is about love, balancing priorities, managing responsibilities… And being able to laugh about all of it, of course! Twitter account @SarcasticMommy4 confess the trials and tribulations of being a parent in the funniest ways. wWe wrapped up seemingly endless comedy material into one humorous – and incredibly sarcastic – collection. So continue scrolling to check everything out, and don’t forget to share your own parenting story in the comments!

My son made the mistake of telling me I was being overdramatic so I just changed the WiFi password. We’ll see who’s overdramatic in about 5 minutes.

My teen was complaining that all of the cups were in the dishwasher. I told him he’s more than welcome to wash one by hand. 2 minutes later I find him drinking from a bowl with a straw. Good luck to his future wife.

Before you become a parent, ask yourself: Would I like arguing with a small version of myself EVERY DAY?

My kid discovered how much my husband makes a year and said, "Wow, you guys would be so rich if you didn't have us" and I think about this more than I should.

My son told me he kept having hot flashes so he googled his symptoms to see what might be going on. Menopause. He said he has menopause.

Mom Pro Tip: If you're old enough to critique what I put in your lunch, you're old enough to make it yourself.

At what age do kids stop putting empty cereal boxes back in the cupboard? It’s not 19.

What’s it like having 4 boys? My son just threw a waffle into the ceiling fan so he could see what would happen, with all of his brothers cheering him on. Send help.

I asked my son what time he wanted me to wake him up on the 1st day of school: "6:30, so I have enough time to shower & cry."

"I need to buy a book for school before tomorrow." ~ Kids, at 10pm Sunday night

50% of parenting is just trying to decide if that noise is worth walking up all of those stairs.

My teen slept until 2pm. I asked him to do one chore. He’d like to know why he has to do everything. I’m still laughing.

After being sad about our eldest son moving out, my husband said, “We can always have another one!” So, anyway, now we have 2 people moving out.

I asked my husband what he wanted for Father’s Day & he said silence & then we all laughed & laughed & the kids went back to breaking the sound barrier.

My son is giving me the silent treatment, like I’m going to be offended. Oh, no, please don’t let me have a quiet morning without your arguing.

If you’re on the fence about having kids, repeat “Put your shoes on, please” 100 times in a row until you’re in a blinding rage & see if it’s right for you.

Parenting books don’t prepare you for your teens hoarding all of your dishes & silverware in their bedrooms.

Driving home with my kids & my son didn’t like the song I was listening to. He said, “Thank God we’re 10 seconds from home!” & then I took the long way home because that’s what parents do.

My son started unloading the dishwasher without being asked & I've never been more confused in my whole life.

My husband asked if I wanted to do something fun today so I left him home with the kids. Marriage is easy.

You can either have a nice evening or you can help your child with their math homework. You can’t have both.

In an effort to keep our house clean before Christmas, I’ve asked my family to move out. The dog can stay. I’m not heartless.

Trying to binge watch a show when you’re a parent takes about 20 years, apparently.

Trying to decide on a school portrait package that’s somewhere between “I care but I don’t need my son’s face on a kitchen towel.”

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