19 Hilarious Tweets About Coffee And Parenting
Need a laugh? Parents share their undying love for coffee!
If you rely on your morning cup of joe (or two) to get up and get going in the morning, you’re not alone. While people from all walks of life can be crazy for caffeine, there seems to be something about raising kids that makes a penchant for a good cup of coffee (or latte, or espresso or iced macchiato—you get the picture) an inevitability.
And who can blame moms and dads for needing a boost throughout the day? Sometimes kids are just plain exhausting. If you have kids and can’t imagine facing the day without your java fix, these tweets about parenting and the need for coffee are sure to make you LOL.
Like this mom knows that coffee is essential for proper morning functioning:
I didn't have time to have my coffee before drop off this morning. Anyway. Hopefully I brought them to the right school.
— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) September 22, 2016
Or this mom knows that having kids certainly changes you:
Before kids: "Oh I don't drink coffee"
1 kid: "I'll have one cup, lots of cream & sugar"
2 kids: "THE WHOLE POT BLACK YES I KNOW IT'S HOT"
— Wendy S. (@maughammom) June 16, 2016
The ability to down your cup before it goes cold seems to be a recurring problem:
I'm just a girl. Standing in front of a coffee mug. Hoping to drink it before it's cold.
— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) August 1, 2016
I've been on a trip and really miss my kids…wait this coffee tastes weird. It's like all hot and stuff.
— Beau Coffron (@lunchboxdad) January 25, 2016
I'm just saying if they can make hot coffee taste good and iced coffee taste good, they can do more with lukewarm coffee.
— Kelcey Kintner (@mamabirddiaries) September 6, 2016
Or this mom that knows that snagging the last cup of coffee can be a religious experience:
I may not be religious, but when I shake the kuerig carafe and theres still coffee left i think, "there is a god and he is good" #parenting
— Emily Colón 🏳️🌈 (@emilyecolon) September 30, 2017
When even your kids pick up on your undying love for caffeine:
*hears strange noise and the words "make coffee" from the kitchen*
3yo is now drinking uncooked rice from a French press#ToddlerLife
— Peachy Parenting (@PeachyParenting) September 27, 2017
When babies seem to have a sixth sense about when you’re about to relax:
Just sat down with a cup of coffee and my book. Cue baby crying.#parenting
— Chelsea Yurkas (@skeptic_mama) September 27, 2017
This dad who realizes that sugar may have caffeine beat:
— George Teh (@TheItDad) September 20, 2017
Parents know that coffee is sometimes is just plain necessary for survival:
Learning to balance parenting and work is so damn hard! The secret word is "freaking coffee" pic.twitter.com/G8jnd9UEaI
— Bek (@MartinBekerman) September 7, 2017
You’re gonna need a bigger mug:
middle age moms on facebook: “when i say i’m having only one cup of coffee😂😂😂” pic.twitter.com/b34BkhfXrS
— nate (@frozenstove) September 20, 2017
Even fur moms need a coffee break:
Dog moms are just as bad as regular moms… they stand around in a circle, drinking their coffee and gossip at the dog park 😂
— Jaclyn Cantu (@jaclyncantu) September 30, 2017
The Force Is Strong With This Coffee
Your cup of joe will always be there for you no matter what:
— Cute Onesie (@CuteOnesie) October 2, 2017
When you pass on your passion for caffeine to the next generation:
— Grace Hammer (@GraceEHammer) September 17, 2017
This parenting hack that turns your mug into a decoy:
— louise (@louisejmcd) September 17, 2017
No matter what, the answer is always coffee:
You can answer every question of your kids with
— InsanityWithKids (@Insanity_w_Kids) September 15, 2017
This mom who knows that a deep affinity for her favorite drink is hereditary:
Child: "I don't like the smell of your coffee. It's yucky."
Me: "go find your real mom."#parenting
— Debi Winwood (@DebiRuhl) September 10, 2017
Once you have kids, your morning cup (and everything else) will never be the same:
— The Salty Mamas (@saltymamas) September 8, 2017
In parenting, you often have to make tough decisions:
— Kristiana (@krissyionu) September 8, 2017