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Today’s #MomCrushMonday goes out to Rainbow “Bow” Johnson, from ABC’s Black-ish. We love this TV momma! She’s smart, hilarious, strong, and loves her family so well. Here are our 6 favorite Bow Johnson moments.
It’s the middle of the work week which means you’re probably due for a pick-me-up.
This video of a little girl naming the days of the week will definitely put you in a good mood for the rest of the day. Can you imagine asking your boss for next Root Beer and Spider Web off? Honestly, they’d probably be so confused they’d give you off by accident, so maybe this little girl has actually stumbled upon something genius. Watch and enjoy!
Believe it or not, there are some people out there who think motherhood is a piece of cake. We’re cackling at the naivety of such a statement! If there’s anything motherhood isn’t, it’s easy. Being a mom is one of the most complicated roles a woman will ever have, so we’ve compiled a list of 10 facial expressions that describe exactly what it’s like to be a mom.
1. The “You Did Not Just Say That” Face
When your kid talks back to you and refuses to clean up their room.
2. The “Cashier Just Said My Kids Are Adorable Even Though They’re Misbehaving And Fighting With Each Other” Face
Yeah, they’re cute if they aren’t your kids!
3. The “It’s My Only Day To Sleep In And My Kids Wake Up At The Crack Of Dawn” Face
It’s like kids have an internal clock that is timed perfectly to wake us up when we’re trying to snooze.
4. The “My Kid Just Did A Total Face Plant And I Shouldn’t Laugh But It Was Actually Pretty Funny” Face
Obviously our main concern is that they aren’t hurt…but come on – it was pretty hilarious.
5. The “My Kidless Friends Are All Out Partying And I’m Cleaning A Poopy Diaper” Face
Here’s a pro tip: avoid social media in times of dealing with the woes of parenting. Seeing pictures of your friends taking shots or traveling to exotic places is probably just going to piss you off.
6. The “I Just Cleaned The Entire Kitchen And My Kid Just Spilled Cereal Everywhere” Face
7. The “My Partner Just Said They Needed A Night Off From The Kids” Face
We believe the phrase here is, “Absolutely not.”
8. The “How Did All Of That Come Out Of Such A Little Person?” Face
Horror movies couldn’t recreate what we witness daily.
9. The “Movie Is Sold Out But This Is Our One Date Night Without Kids So They Better Make Room In There Or Else” Face
You never want to mess with a woman and her one precious night off.
10. The “It’s Morning How Is It Already Morning Can I Go Back To Sleep” Face
The only proof of miracles there ever needs to be is a mom getting out of bed in the morning.
We can’t stop laughing at the twitter account @LosFelizDaycare, which perfectly pokes fun at the trends in modern parenting. If you need a laugh, this is the twitter for you. Who knew daycare was so full of drama?! Move over Gossip Girl.
Enjoy the funniest/best tweets below!
If your response to an incident report is “boys will be boys” u shouldn’t be here. Boys will be girls girls will be boys, kids will be trans
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) October 17, 2014
The toddlers keep dabbing after they pull out radishes in the community garden. We think they’re doing it ironically but who can be sure
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) February 9, 2016
Toddlers and their damn irony.
Football distracts us from important things like water conservation, self improvement, breastfeeding yoga, homemade kimchi, nitro cold brews
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) February 7, 2016
Breastfeeding yoga? We’re interested.
Sushi (2) euthanized a moth after it flew into his face (moth was a trigger). He let out a primal scream and planted a tree in its honor.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) February 5, 2016
Honestly, we’re shocked more celebs haven’t named their child “Sushi”.
TIP: Instead of sending plastic bags in your child’s lunch (HUGE NO NO), use recycled medical marijuana jars.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) February 3, 2016
They’re way better for the environment.
Tonight’s symposium on the 🍆 emoji and its effects on sexual identity will have an open mic so come prepared w/ questions, answers & poetry!
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) February 2, 2016
Symposiums are vital to the development of children, obviously.
Our support group for children and guardians who claim to have read Infinite Jest but actually haven’t meets at 2pm today!
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) February 1, 2016
If even one child asks for white bread (even “rustic”), we have failed as a community.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 27, 2016
It’s #NationalHugDay, but please take boundaries, triggers, consent to touch, germs, GMOs and past life trauma into account before doing so.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 21, 2016
If your child has to bring their coffee to class, please make it a cold brew. Accidental hot spills lead to burns which lead to biting etc.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 18, 2016
Cold brew > hot coffee.
Just got a scathing Yelp review from Clover (72 weeks). 😰 We DO provide farm to table snack!
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 16, 2016
Can’t. Breathe. Laughing. Too. Hard.
Challenging morning. Salsa said he wants a beard b/c they’re no longer “in.” Mabel said she’s his beard, and that led to a problematic convo
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 15, 2016
Anticipating lots of anxiety & tantrums in the morning due to the Coachella line up being released. Remember to pack extra lavender & benzos
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 5, 2016
If your child wants to discuss Making a Murderer they’re free to do so before or after school. We don’t censor but not everyone is caught up
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 4, 2016
This is arguably the most important tweet.
We’re open EVERY national holiday b/c it’s damaging to disrupt a child’s routine. Today we made equality themed gluten-free macaroni art.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) January 2, 2016
We don’t support “New Years” celebrations. We’re not bound by oppressive Gregorian calendars. Don’t tell us how to measure our lives, media!
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) December 30, 2015
We can only allow animal-based milk on campus if an animal willingly donated that milk.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) December 28, 2015
We’re not comfortable w/the term treehuggers. That’s a fraction of what we do. We sing to flora, we gently caress roots, we smile at flowers
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) November 17, 2015
We’re starting a support group for moms/dads whose spouses flaunt the three words of Spanish they know and refer to themselves as bilingual.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) November 12, 2015
*Throws mad side-eye.*
Reminder: to curb selfishness in the classroom, we’re asking that all students and parents refer to their iPhones as wePhones from now on.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) November 10, 2015
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) November 4, 2015
Unfortunately we had to euthanize a spider that wandered in from the garden. Directly after, each child let out a primal cry & wrote a poem.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) October 29, 2015
A moment of silence for the spider.
Our earthquake kit contains raw living water, soy protein powder, dustless allergy free chalk, dreamcatchers of all kinds, and coconut oil.
— Los Feliz Daycare (@LosFelizDaycare) October 2, 2015
Coconut oil is a must in every situation.
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