Home Hilarious Parenting Tweets of the Week By Red TricycleFebruary 8, 2016 Search more like this birthday-cakeparenting-advicetrue-storysoccer-carpoolanklescourtryvolcanosaturday-nightadulthoodsomedaywarriorninjacreepy Read next For Their Birthday: Less Stress, More Fun! This Birthday, Give Your Tiny Bean Exactly What They Want Milestone Alert: Your Toddler Is Toddling! Milestone Alert: Your Toddler Wants to Play With You! We’ve Found It: The Perfect Gift for Their Age From the soccer carpool to the never-ending assortment of mismatched socks, sometimes there are days when you’ve only got a few seconds (or 140 characters) to get in a good giggle. Well, sit back and get ready to scroll because we’ve scoured the Twitterverse for moms and dads that rap about the highs and lows of parenting, and the results are hilarious. 1. True Story.https://twitter.com/Playing_Dad/status/717514663697768448 2. He’s ready for adulthood. https://twitter.com/TheMichaelRock/status/717809187825127424 3. Yeah, that’ll be great. If only more people were willing to offer parenting advice. — mark (@TheCatWhisprer) April 7, 2016 4. There’s nothing like a good nap. Trying to make my daughter take her nap early so I can eat the rest of her birthday cake in private. #parenting — MotherhoodNHollywood (@MIHPodcast) April 8, 2016 5. Creepy much? My kid keeps drawing me with a broken ankle next to an erupting volcano, about to be engulfed in lava. At what point should I be nervous? — ally (@TragicAllyHere) April 7, 2016 6. May 8th, Don’t forget. "Wait, when is Mother's Day?" -Me, borderline panicked, every Saturday night in April. — Simon Holland (@simoncholland) April 2, 2016 7. School = Mt. Midoriyama Ninja Warrior: "Parents trying to get their kids ready to be somewhere on time" Edition. — Mommy Cusses (@mommy_cusses) April 7, 2016 8. Hah! https://twitter.com/est1975blog/status/717838683781611521 9. Smart thinking. 3-year-old daughter: Will I have a baby in my belly someday? Me: If you want to. 3: No thanks. That's where I put my candy. — James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) April 5, 2016 10. Ooh, she’s good. My daughter dreamt I gave my son $1 but I didn't give her one, so this morning I had to give her $1 to make her happy. Con Level: Expert — Wendy S. (@maughammom) April 5, 2016 Do you have any #funnyparenting moments to share with the Red Tricycle Community? Tell us in the comments below!