30 Funny Parenting Tweets About Relatable Christmas Struggles

Published 7 months ago

It’s that most wonderful time of the year again. When we bring out the seasonal decor, the kids are running riot high on sugar and the pets seem intent on adding their contributions to the chaos. 

Christmas is a grand old time but you have to have the right sense of humour to appreciate the cheer. Folks have been tweeting funny observations and relatable remarks as the merriest month of the year rolls forward with family debacles, furry fiascos and guffaws galore. 

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The Doom Song: I laughed way too hard at that!


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Tabitha (edited): Were they 5 of the 7 words George Carlin told us about? (If you know, you know.)


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TheGoodBoi: *Slow claps* Without ratchet straps and industrial duct tape too?


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Historyharlot93: Epiphany is celebrated as the day the Three Wise Men found the baby Jesus and gave him gifts. It’s considered the last day of the Christmas season. It’s more of a Catholic practice than a Protestant one.


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Geoffrey Scott: Oddly enough, our tree was a mishmash of stuff the kids made for many years and different stuff from years past. Our kids moved away, came back and the tree was “too random”. Your welcome :(


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The Doom Song: I learned very quickly to wear old clothes to my friends house when her 4 kids were young


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TheGoodBoi: Perfect. I usually do eggnog with extra extra “special” ingredient.


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TheGoodBoi: Tried to get the cat out again? It happens…


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Susan Atkinson: You’re being entirely too hard on yourself. 1st week of mobility and only a couple fistful of Doggos food washing it down with Doggos water. No sweat! By the time he’s 2 he’ll have eaten at least half a kilo of dirt! 9/10 from this experienced mom. 👍


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That One Guy: Daaaannnng


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SilverSkyCloud: that will also be turned towards the wall where no one can see it


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That One Guywow what a power move


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The Doom Song: Funny that at my house Santa got beer and a pack of cheese an onion chips


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SonicAlchemy: I purposely leave Halloween decorations up until Thanksgiving in protest and to send the message that it’s not F’N Christmas yet.


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Squirrel Whisperer: Life hack


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LizzieBoredom: There’s no point swineing about it.


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TheGoodBoiI fail this class every year


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Angela C: I liked decorating the tree as a teenager. I was finally old enough that my parents didn’t panic any time I touched a glass ornament


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SilverSkyCloud: fair point


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Tabitha: Kind of goes hand in hand with finding pine needles from last year’s Christmas tree in the carpet when you’re vacuuming it in July.


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TheGoodBoi: My job is to get the tree set up, lights and ornaments out of the attic. I do nothing more because apparently there’s only one way to decorate a tree and I guess I don’t know it lol

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Shanilou has always loved reading and learning about the world we live in. While she enjoys fictional books and stories just as much, since childhood she was especially fascinated by encyclopaedias and strangely enough, self-help books. As a kid, she spent most of her time consuming as much knowledge as she could get her hands on and could always be found at the library. Now, she still enjoys finding out about all the amazing things that surround us in our day-to-day lives and is blessed to be able to write about them to share with the whole world as a profession.

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