Hilarious Mom Memes That Are All Too Relatable

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Memes (pronounced “meems” for those who’ve been wondering) have been circulating our social media feeds for a while now. And nothing induces a good laugh than a set of totally relatable pictures and captions about living the “Mom Life.” We never thought we’d imagine finding similarities to a crazy faced dog or a football player, but these memes prove that we do! Need a good laugh? Scroll on for this week’s funniest parenting memes.



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(via Everyday People Cartoons by Cathy Thorne)


For even more laughs, check out Sonic the Hedgehog, in theaters February 14, 2020.


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Those excited faces as your kids shout “Five! Four! Three! Two! One!” as the midnight ball drop are adorable—but there’s nothing cute about the next day when they’re exhausted. Thankfully Netflix New Year’s Eve countdowns for kids are back and better than ever to help you ring in the New Year without sacrificing bedtime.

This year’s offerings include a whopping 14 different countdowns featuring some of Netflix’s most popular shows, like True and the Rainbow Kingdom and Super Monsters. The new countdowns also include several tailored for tweens, like Alexa and Katie.

Here is the complete list of 2019 countdowns to get your party started:

Alexa and Katie

All Hail King Julien

Beat Bugs

Boss Baby

Fuller House

Larva Island

Motown Magic

Pinky Malinky

Prince of Peoria

Skylanders Academy

Spirit Riding Free

Super Monsters

Tales of Arcadia

True and the Rainbow Kingdom

Each of the on-demand countdowns will be available to stream starting Dec. 26, so you can even pre-screen them to decide which one will make for the best New Year’s Eve bash. All you have to do is search “countdowns.” Easy peezy!

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: iStock 


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We all love our spouse (’til death do us part, right?), but these funny tweets hit home all too well. In 140 characters or less, these tweets truly capture #MarriedLife. Scroll down to read some of our favorites.

















































































Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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If you’re giving a gift that doesn’t come in a box, there’s still a way to wrap it without it looking like a crumpled mess. Gift bags at the store can be way overpriced, and let’s be real– kids love ripping wrapping paper! It’s part of the holiday cheer. Here, Zulily Lifestyle Editor Amy Goodman visited the Meredith Viera show to teach us how to wrap oddly shaped gifts this holiday season. It’s much easier than you think, and fun too!

Video: The Meredith Vieira Show via YouTube

Do you have a special gift-wrap hack? Share with us in the comments below!


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Getting the kiddos to bed is. a. struggle #forreal. But studies show that kids that have an earlier bedtime, (between 6 to 9 p.m.) sleep longer, are healthier, and have stronger cognitive skills compared to children that fall asleep later in the evening.

Studies found that children who sleep later in the evening — 10 p.m. or later — took longer to fall asleep, and were more likely to wake up in the middle of the night. Additionally, the well-rested munchkins don’t just sleep better: they were able to function to a greater degree at school. A study monitored 7 to 11 year-old students, and their sleep cycle. The students who were put to bed an hour earlier for five nights were rated by their teachers (who were unaware of the children’s bedtime) as being less irritable and impulsive than usual.

In another study, researchers reported that 18-month-olds who went to bed before 10 p.m. were at a lower risk for motor, language, and social deficits compared with kids who went to bed later.

So other than better rest and behavior in school, what other health factors can come into play? Well, kids with late bedtimes are more likely to be overweight. One theory is that sleep creates changes to the hormones leptin and ghrelin, which regulate appetite and hunger.

While researchers point out that there is no standardized bedtime for children, they recommend that you try to incorporate an earlier sleep schedule by getting the children ready for bed 20 minutes to an hour earlier. Monitor their behavior the next day, and adjust accordingly.

Learn more at Slate.

Photo: Lars Plougmann via Flickr

What time do your little ones go to bed? Tell us in the comments below!

H/T: Slate

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We get it, homework ain’t funny. Do you remember long division? Do they even do that anymore? Fortunately, these kids’ homework answers are hilarious. From brilliantly ironic to hysterical mistakes, these will have you laughing all the way to high school graduation. Scroll below to read the funniest thing you’ll see today. You’re welcome.


Do you have a smarty pants in your house? Tell us who in the comments below!

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If you haven’t planned for Mother’s Day, don’t worry: Amazon has our back (like always). Prime Now, Amazon’s speedy delivery service, will be offering free two-hour delivery of fresh flowers starting on 5/13 through Mother’s Day, 5/14.

In addition to fresh flowers, Prime Now will offer super fast delivery on other last-minute Mother’s Day gifts such as jewelry, candy, beauty products, and alcohol. We can cheer to that!

Amazon Prime members can shop all items available in their area and place orders via the Prime Now app or on www.primenow.com. One-hour delivery costs $7.99, and two-hour delivery is free.

Will you be using this service? Tell us in the comments below.

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Photo: Jimmy Kimmel Live

Finding out there’s something wrong with your newborn child is terrifying. Unfortunately, this was the case for late-night show host Jimmy Kimmel. On Monday night’s opening monolog, Kimmel shared a deeply personal story about his infant son. “Before I go into it, I want you to know it has a happy ending,” started Kimmel’s tearful speech.

Jimmy Kimmel went on to tell his audience that last week his wife gave birth to their second child, William– Billy for short. Everything seemed normal at first until a nurse discovered that Billy had a heart murmur and noticed his skin was a bit purple. A cardiac specialist rushed in and discovered that he had a dangerous heart condition and needed surgery immediately.

They took Billy in an ambulance from Cedars-Sinai to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where he had open heart surgery. “It was the longest three hours of my life,” Jimmy Kimmel tearfully told the audience. But the procedure went well, and six days later, they were able to take Billy home.

Kimmel began asking for better health care for our children. “Before 2014, if you were born with congenital heart disease like my son was, there was a good chance you would never be able to get health insurance because you had a preexisting condition,” he stated. “You were born with a preexisting condition, and if your parents didn’t have medical insurance, you might not even live long enough to get denied because of a preexisting condition.”

Jimmy Kimmel says no matter what your political views are, “we need to take care of each other… No parent should ever have to decide if they can afford to save their child’s life. It just shouldn’t happen.”

Be sure to watch Jimmy’s emotional speech below.

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Parents of infants need to check their baby’s booties. The Massachusetts-based company Zutano Global, Inc. is recalling 38,000 Infant Cozie booties after receiving reports that the rubber grippers on the bottom are detachable and possess a potential choking hazard. The recall affects the fleece Cozie booties with rubber grippers in the shape of “Z” on the bottom. The booties were only available in sizes 12 months and 18 months and sold nationwide between May 2016, and March 2017. The company is urging that anyone in possession of the booties return them for a refund.

For more information regarding this recall, click here.


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Check your freezers. The USDA announced a recall of Foster Farms ready-to-eat chicken patties because of possible contamination, more specifically plastic. The five-pound bags containing 20 pieces of “Foster Farms Chicken Patties Breaded Chicken Breast Patties With Rib Meat” with Best By date of 02/15/18 is the only recalled product so far.

The problem was discovered when the firm received three consumer complaints on March 22, April 3, and April 15, 2017 reporting foreign materials in the chicken patty products. The foreign materials were pieces of clear, soft plastic that originated from the establishment’s packaging materials.

Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.