Whether she’s dodging an invitation to the latest drive-by honking parade or stress eating Skittles, @LurkAtHomeMom never fails to make us laugh with her funny parenting tweets. She’s breaking down the most hilarious, and challenging, moments of parenting, one tweet at a time.
The comedy writer and mama is constantly dodging her kids’ excuses and cleaning up their messes while letting us in on the madness. Give her a follow and enjoy our hilarious parenting tweets from Lurkin’ Mom.
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Our Favorite Funny Parenting Tweets by @LurkAtHomeMom
We’re in Trouble
Why in the world did we sign up for this never-ending game?
Isn’t it interesting how the fatigue comes on strong when it’s time for chores?
It’s “I’m Starving” Bedtime
At our house, they also become quite thirsty and have to go to the bathroom 700 times.
Keeping Up Appearances
The lawn looks great, but the living room appears to have been hit by a tornado.
Why did I think a family beach day would be relaxing?
Taste the Rainbow
That didn’t work out. Time to try M&M’S, I guess.
Call the Moving Van
That’s where all of our dishes and blankets went!
The love of our life is nothing if not consistent until the very end.
Hey Boss Baby, we need a raise for all of this administrative work.
You have no idea what goes into obtaining a “natural” beach wave, kids.
So Much Plastic
Mother Earth sheds a tear each time one of these dolls is unwrapped.
Apparently now is not the time for independent exploration.
We believe in hands-on learning at our home school of excellence.
At this point a drunk brisk walk feels risky.
Dog Days of Summer
Yet that bag of carrots has lasted 90 days.
I don’t remember asking you, but thanks for your humble opinion.
Chef Chez Moi
Pretty sure that mac and cheese will earn us a Michelin Star.
Just when we think we have them figured out, they go and completely contradict everything.
Going to need 90 minutes of recovery after that one.
Your creative ideas are not welcome here.
Take Your Pick
It’s also a time to burn that copy of Lean In hanging around on the bookshelf.
Everything is Fine
It’s great… we’re saving on haircuts.
His great struggles will build character.
Who made these drive-by parties a thing? We’d like to have a word.
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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