Author and dad Rodney Lacroix has been keeping us laughing throughout quarantine with his funny parenting tweets. Whether he’s advocating for alcohol in the back-to-school section or cleaning mustard off of the family dog, he definitely gets it. And his non-stop stream of hilarious parenting tweets proves it.
If you’re in need of a laugh or looking to commiserate, give @RodLacroix a follow and enjoy our top 25 funny tweets from this funny dad below.
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25 Funny Parenting Tweets by Rodney Lacroix aka @RodLacroix
Cheers to Parenting
At this rate, we’ll all be drunk by noon.
Now is the time to form a percussion group!
Again, Shut the Door
When did we become our parents?
Well, this is absolutely not going to end well.
Parents Need Supplies Too
We’re thinking a nice IPA selection next to the crayons would be ideal.
Cause for Celebration
Everyday is a holiday when you’re stuck inside with your family, right?
Have you seen their rooms?
Anyone up for expired bacon and runny eggs?
Fostering a sense of independence comes at a price.
In our family, we encourage both hydration and literacy.
One Salad, Hold the Greens
So many hours of hearing all of their complaints.
Pick Your Battles
Give them some form of cheese and carbs and ask no questions.
Maybe it’s best if we don’t ask too many questions.
If you insult this dad, he’s going to steal your childhood magic.
Plus, it teaches them about nutrition and extreme portion sizes!
To ensure your survival, it’s essential that you run out of the home in these moments.
We’re pretty sure there are bits of granola bars under those seats as well.
Tooth Fairy Mama
Emergency: there is an abundance of teeth in the sock drawer.
No need to be a chef tonight. Just give them what they want.
When you’re finished with those, you can also respond to all of our work emails.
We’ve come to expect an excessive amount of tears and screams on our calls.
Don’t You Dare
Can we please just have this time, early risers?
Family Game Time
We all need a little time to escape right now.
Kids or Raccoons?
You should see how they open the chip bag.
Please do not bring your family “to work” today.
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.