Parenting humour that will make you smile

  • By: Maya
  • Date: April 5, 2022
  • Time to read: 3 min.

Many people think that parenting is hard. They are right. It can be very difficult to deal with things like tantrums and refusing to eat their vegetables. But, parenting can also be funny. For example, when I was trying to get my 2 year old daughter to eat her vegetables, she would say “Yuck! I don’t want these terrible things in my mouth!

The struggles:

Parenting humour is a valuable tool that can help ease the tensions and frustrations of parenting. Unfortunately, not all parents are able to produce humour in their parenting style. For some, it can be difficult to find the right balance between keeping a positive attitude and being humorous. Here are some tips for finding parenting humour: 

-Start by looking for opportunities to laugh with your children. Laughing together helps build a strong relationship and can make parenting easier.

-Be aware of your own emotions. If you’re feeling frustrated or angry, it’s likely that you’ll react negatively to opportunities to laugh. Instead, try focusing on the fun aspects of your child’s behaviour.

-Don’t be afraid to experiment with different types of humour.

The joys:

Parenting can be a difficult and frustrating job, but it’s also full of joy. Here are some of the quotes that parents have said to their children.

1. “I love you so much, I can’t believe you’re mine.”

2. “I’m sorry you had to go through that.”

3. “I wish I could do this all over again.”

4. “You’re the best thing that’s ever happened to me.”

5. “You make me so happy.”  

6 .””Thank goodness you’re here!”

7.”That was so funny, I almost peed my pants!”

8 .”You’re such a smarty pants!

The ridiculous:

Parenting can be a tough job, but it’s made a little easier by having a sense of humour. Sometimes parenting humour can be pretty ridiculous, and that’s exactly what we’re going to look at today. Whether it’s dad trying to teach his daughter how to ride a bike or mom warning her son about the dangers of the internet, these jokes are sure to make you laugh. So sit back and enjoy some of the funniest parenting jokes out there!

The frustrating:

Parenting humour can be a great way to lighten the mood when parenting can be frustrating. However, not all humour is appropriate for all parents and children. It’s important to choose humour that is both appropriate and age-appropriate for your family.

Some tips for choosing humour:

1. Choose humour that is both appropriate and age-appropriate for your family. Humour that may be funny to an adult may not be as amusing to a child. For example, using naughty words or making jokes about disability may not be appropriate for young children.

2. Make sure the humour is relevant to your child’s age and experience. Not all children are familiar with grown-up terms or experienced life events, so make sure the jokes you choose are relevant to their level of understanding.

The unexpected:

Parenting can be a tough job, but it’s made easier by the occasional lighthearted moment. Here are 8 examples of parenting humour that will make your day, or at least make you smile. 

1. Don’t forget to give your child a hug goodnight – and don’t forget to tell them you love them!

2. When your child starts acting out, try not to take it personally – they’re just testing boundaries.

3. If you ever find yourself in an argument with your child, remember: all children test their limits from time to time. Just keep calm and carry on. 

4. Never underestimate the power of a good pun! For example, if your child has been throwing a lot of tantrums, tell them “you’re tantrumming like a T-Rex!” 


In conclusion, parenting can be hard but it can also be funny. It’s important to have a good sense of humor and to not take things too seriously. As a parent, you will make mistakes but you will also laugh a lot. So, go ahead and enjoy your journey as a parent, it’s sure to be a bumpy but hilarious ride!

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