It inspired me to share some of my own favorite tweets, parenting theme not required.
My brother, of American Vernacular Landscapes, and dad to a 15-month-old:
Besides emphasizing meter and rhyme, are there things a parent can do to nurture a child's aptitude for gangster rap?
— Ethan Wolff (@lesster) February 21, 2013
My kitchen: the aftermath of a 48-hour crack bender, or a toddler left unsupervised for three minutes? #unsolvedmysteriesJessica of FourPlusAnAngel, whose family clearly is enjoying the clock change as much as mine:
— Ethan Wolff (@lesster) March 7, 2013
I decided to tell the kids we turn the clocks forward tonight because I don't already answer enough questions in a day.Amber of Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures, on husbands at the grocery store:
— Jessica Watson (@JessBWatson) March 9, 2013
Husband texting from store, "How many ice cream drumsticks? A box of 4 or 8?" My answer, "24." Obviously.
— Crappy Pictures (@AmberDusick) March 14, 2013
I'm late hopping on the Honest Toddler bandwagon, but I'm glad I'm finally there:
I know he's your friend, but please call Tigger's probation officer. That raggedy jungle cat is not high on life.
— Honest Toddler (@HonestToddler) March 7, 2013
And last but not least, this from Sarah Silverman (on Facebook, not Twitter, but close enough)
"CURTIS FINCH JUNIOR is a viable argument that God exists and is good."For those (i.e., my mom) who don't know who Curtis Finch Junior is, he's a contestant on American Idol. And he's awesome.
Know a funny Twitter account? Let me know in the comments!