Ahhh, Valentine’s Day. It’s that time of the year to show appreciation to the ones you love with fresh flowers, delicious chocolates, and even romance…except for when you’re a parent! Crafting card exchange boxes, baking treats, and making paper classroom decorations the night before is the fun (and crazy) reality. Although we wouldn’t have it any other way, we’ve rounded up a few hilarious parenting tweets about Valentine’s Day that are way too relatable!
Parenting in a pandemic is when you write a dozen Valentine’s Day cards on behalf of your child to her classmates only to find you can’t give them out because of Covid protocols.#motherhood #pandemicparenting #COVID19 #ValentinesDay— Dana Gold 😷🟣 (@Gold_Dana) February 8, 2022
We don't go wild for Valentine's Day, just get the kids a box of candy and a small gift. First-grader has informed me that he wants his gift to be spices so he can make his own spice mix.— Patricia Correll (@Author_PCorrell) February 1, 2022
No word on what this spice mix will be for, however.
🤨#kids #parenting #ValentinesDay
I’m helping my daughter write valentines to her class and children’s names these days are completely out of hand.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 10, 2022
Made Vday cards for my son's class. Thankfully it is a small class. Also, thankful for etsy since I straight ripped the ideas and wording from there. #parenting #ValentinesDay pic.twitter.com/K96l6I5XrG— Tracey Kara Miraglia (@PersistentLily) February 6, 2022
Although children are an absolute joy to the world, as parents, we never know what they’re going to say next! Whether your kid is two or twenty years old, hilarious parenting moments never seem to end—which we love. From the entire Happy Dance™ team, we hope you have a Happy Valentine’s Day!
Son just told me a girl asked him out😳— Mark 🇬🇧 (@MarginMister) February 8, 2022
"You do realise it's valentine's soon are you getting her a card etc"
"What with my money?" 😂#dadlife