Published on March 4th, 2021
For kids, fun is more important than anything else. They want to play all the time. They simply don’t whether it’s mealtime or beditime.
It gets tough for parents sometimes to feed their kids. Scroll down to find parents who learned the hard way how difficult it is to feed their kids.
Her: All our children’s snacks are organic.
Me: Cool. My kid eats candy off the floor.
— Northern Lights ????????☃️ (@PinkCamoTO) July 26, 2014
My son’s superpower is to turn 1 cracker into 10 lbs of crumbs
— Robert Knop (@FatherWithTwins) August 9, 2013
Hell hath no fury like a 4 year old whose sandwich has been cut into squares when he wanted triangles.
— Lurkin’ Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) June 23, 2014
You know those download progress bars that randomly pause and then inexplicably add more time? That’s my kid eating breakfast.
— dadpression (@Dadpression) May 23, 2017
Sorry we’re late. My daughter was eating each individual Cheerio like it was a mini doughnut.
— Kate Hall (@KateWhineHall) November 30, 2015
There is little difference between how a horse eats hay and the way my children consume spaghetti.
— Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) November 22, 2015
Me: I think I ate too much.
4yo: Yeah, but not just today.
— Aaron Aryanpur (@aaroncomedian) November 26, 2016
I’m glad we own 10,000 stuffed animals so my toddler can fall asleep cuddling with a jar of peanuts. pic.twitter.com/mIJKNg2DEp
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) May 21, 2017
Me: stop playing with your food
Son: if you didnt want me to play with my food then why did you get me dinosaur chicken nuggets?
— DaddyJew (@DaddyJew) June 21, 2017
My kids never finish their dinner because they’re saving room for bath water.
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) February 19, 2016
When your kids ask what’s for dinner, the answer doesn’t matter.
They will react like you’re about to feed them marinated monkey butts.
— Daisy Chain (@putyoursisterd1) February 6, 2017
I made food for my son, set it in front of him like he was going to eat it and then we just laughed and laughed.
— Mommy Cusses (@mommy_cusses) February 21, 2016
7yo: I got duck poop on my hand
Me: Ok, don’t touch anything until we get home
*looks in back seat
7yo: *already eating crackers
— Robert Knop (@FatherWithTwins) June 11, 2017
Toddlers are fun if you like being woken up from a dead sleep by someone force-feeding you gummi bears.
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) September 16, 2017
Daughter: Daddy, how much of this meatball is meat?
Me: Probably like 90%
D: So it’s 10% balls?
Me: *spits out food*
— Tim (@Playing_Dad) January 3, 2016
Co-worker: you have food on your shirt.
Me: I have a kid, it’s okay.
Co-worker: it’s like a lot of food.
Me: two of them. I have two kids.
— Mike Reynolds (@EverydayGirlDad) January 12, 2017
Parenthood is full of surprises. Fix your child’s favorite breakfast, yogurt with peaches, and SURPRISE! They now hate yogurt. And peaches.
— MyMomologue (@MyMomologue) June 22, 2017
“Mom, can you get me a snack?” asked the child standing right next to their Dad.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) July 4, 2017
Most of my time as a mother has been spent in a closet, eating something I didn’t want to share.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) February 3, 2015
Kid: If marshmallows go on sweet potatoes I think we can put them on other foods too
Me: Let the boy speak
— MyQuestionableLife (@2questionable) November 23, 2016
Parents can save time by throwing half the money we spend on food directly into the trash and buying only one sock for kids rather than two.
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) April 18, 2017
70% of parenting is just melting cheese on stuff to try and get your kids to eat it.
The other 30% is dipping it in ketchup.
— Babies Daddy (@dshack8) July 12, 2015
Me around my kids: “We’re having whole wheat toast because it’s healthier.”
Me by myself: *eats entire can of Pringles for breakfast*
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) June 30, 2017
6: Mom I’m sad that you’re sick
Me: Aw, I’ll get better soon, ur so swee-
6: That’s good bc I can’t reach the cookies
6: It’s so sad
— Lurkin’ Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) March 2, 2017
Apparently I pack an apple in my 5 year old’s lunch so it can get out of the house for a few hours.
— Brian Hope (@Brianhopecomedy) April 15, 2013
Just taught my kids about taxes by eating 38% of their ice cream.
— Conan O’Brien (@ConanOBrien) September 4, 2011
Me on Instagram: Made cupcakes w the kids, love them so much
Me for real: YOU’RE GETTING EGGSHELLS IN THE BATTER JESUS CHRIST LET ME DO IT
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) January 12, 2017
Me: Ok, who got Oreo filling on the couch?
7: It really could have been any of us.
4: (licks couch)
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) March 21, 2016
What’s your kids’ favorite food to heat up and throw away? Mine is french toast sticks with real maple syrup.
— Rich Cromwell (@rcromwell4) December 10, 2016
My kid threatened to hold her breath until I gave her dessert. She’s now passed out on the kitchen floor. I don’t negotiate with terrorists.
— Tim (@Playing_Dad) January 10, 2013
I’m not sure what my kids did in this room, but based on the debris pattern I’d say they ritually sacrificed a chocolate doughnut.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) April 3, 2017
Hey, parents of an only child considering having one more, know that I just split an M&M in half.
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) November 7, 2015
5yo and her friend just ended an argument by deciding they would “have a piece of cheese and calm down”
So, yeah, she’s mine.
— Mom Psychologist (@mompsychologist) June 14, 2016
Was arguing with my 2 y/o for 30 minutes about why he needs to wear his pants and now we’re both sitting in our underwear eating donuts
— paperwash© (@PaperWash) October 13, 2013
Before I had kids, I didn’t even know it was possible to destroy an entire house with a granola bar.
— Lurkin’ Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) October 3, 2014