Thanksgiving is upon us! It’s time for that wonderful holiday when you get together with family and spend even longer cooking something that your kids might decide they don’t want to eat at the last minute.
We’ve rounded up some of the funniest Thanksgiving tweets from some of the funniest parent tweeters for you to enjoy. And check out more of the funniest parenting tweets each week!
I like to host Thanksgiving so my kids can feel free to throw tantrums and not eat dinner in their own comfortable surroundings.— Jennifer S. White (@yenniwhite) November 21, 2016
Let's get married & have kids so instead of enjoying Thanksgiving dinner you can make sure no food touches on her plate while I microwave him a hotdog.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) November 22, 2019
If you want my kids to actually act thankful on Thanksgiving serve kraft mac n cheese, goldfish and apple— Sweatpants Cher (@House_Feminist) November 16, 2016
Thanksgiving: A time to be thankful even after pleading with your child for an hour to JUST TRY IT, giving up when they only eat a roll.— Jennifer Lizza (@outsmartedmommy) November 17, 2016
4-year-old: Can we have pizza for Thanksgiving?— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) November 22, 2016
Me: The pilgrims didn't eat pizza.
4: Their dad was probably mean, too.
7: I can't wait for Thanksgiving— Dr. Meh (@TheAlexNevil) November 17, 2016
Me: What do you like most?
7: When Aunt Pam's poodle eats the food I don't want
Me: What'd you learn about today?— Close to Classy (@closetoclassy) November 16, 2016
Me: Oh yeah, like we'll eat for dinner next week.
5: ...What? No, like the animal.
Just came from the kids' "Family Thanksgiving" at the school cafeteria & I've never been more grateful for hand sanitizer than I am today.— Domestic Goddess (@DomesticGoddss) November 16, 2016
It's not a true Thanksgiving dinner visiting family unless your exit strategy involves you and your spouse leaving the kids behind as decoys.— A Bearer Of Dad News (@HomeWithPeanut) November 21, 2018
My son made some Thanksgiving school art. He painted with all the colors of the wind but there appears to have been a tornado.— Andy Herald (@AndyHerald) November 11, 2016
My youngest is 5 & I still have maternity pants saved for special occasions*— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) November 16, 2016
I love buying Thanksgiving dinner supplies a week ahead of time so my family can eat it immediately and then I have to buy it all again the day before the actual holiday— Megalicious (@meghaffer) November 20, 2019
5: What's for Thanksgiving— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) November 19, 2016
5:*sets bag down
M: so pie
5:*orders bus ticket
Your sweet preschooler is thankful for Mommy and mine devoted his Thanksgiving artwork to Charmander.— Amy Dillon (@amydillon) November 21, 2016
Nov. 1: Invites extended family over for Thanksgiving feast.— Kate Hall (@KateWhineHall) November 17, 2016
3 weeks later: What in the hell was I thinking?
I love when my child has themed group lunches at school like “Thanksgiving Feast Day” or “Holiday Brunch” -— Amanda Marcotte | Mediocre Mommy (@storiesofamom) November 19, 2019
- so she can practice refusing all the food and ask for chicken nuggets, before her final performance in front of our family.
Instead of asking why I'm not making a Thanksgiving turkey for my family, ask yourself why you aren't ordering a Thanksgiving pizza.— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) November 21, 2016
When the kids leave the house, & you the eat pie they didn't know was here before they return, did the pie ever exist in the first place?— Beau Coffron (@lunchboxdad) November 22, 2016
Really looking forward to Thanksgiving so we can all yell at each with our mouths full. Quality time. It's so important.— CrazyExhaustion (@CrazyExhaustion) November 19, 2016
Tried to solve how long it will take a 22-lb Thanksgiving turkey to cook at 350 degrees at 15 minutes per pound using Common Core math and by the time I figured it out it was Christmas.— Rodney Lacroix (@RodLacroix) November 23, 2019