These Tweets About Parenting Will Amuse And Terrify You In Five Words Or Less

    "Is that chocolate or poop?"

    Parents on Twitter are sharing what parenting means to them in five words or less, and the results are a mix of hilarious, sweet, and absolutely terrifying. Parenting is not for the weak!

    1. Parenting can be...a challenge:

    #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess Choose your battles...

    2. You find yourself saying things you never thought would come out of your mouth:

    3. And your priorities definitely take a turn:

    4. You can't take your eyes off of them, even for a second:

    Honey, where's the paint? #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess

    5. You ask this question more than you could have imagined:

    6. And you try to teach them important lessons:

    7. Sometimes, you just have to sit and take it:

    You’re a daddy jungle gym. #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess

    8. And there's a code you should never break:

    9. You celebrate all the wins, even when it's simply SURVIVAL:

    10. They teach you about sharing:

    #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess Forever asking for YOUR food

    11. All they need is love...oh, and Wi-Fi:

    12. Your needs, however, are not always met:

    13. Like, the need for privacy:

    Hiding in a locked bathroom #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess

    14. It's always something:

    15. It's usually this:

    16. You can't trust the silence:

    Quiet is suspicious #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess

    17. You actually have to say this out loud:

    18. Hide mommy and daddy's special treats very well:

    19. Because some days you REALLY need it:

    #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess Jesus take the wheel!

    20. Really:

    21. But no matter what, you have to stand your ground:

    22. Poop. Always poop:

    #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess "what is that smell?"

    23. The struggle is so real:

    24. But you have to let them learn and grow:

    25. You'll be more tired than you thought possible:

    Never Sleep In Ever Again #ParentingIn5WordsOrLess

    26. But it's all worth it:

    27. And there are not enough words to describe the love:

    28. But this does a pretty good job of summing it up: