Fatherhood is no joke

Fatherhood is no joke but, in order to survive it, you do have to keep a sense of humor.

  • [finally gets the car seat installed correctly]

                 Me: Where’s the baby?
                 Wife: In college.

  • I wear a clown mask to sleep  just in case one of my kids has a nightmare and come to sleep in our bed.

  • Parents: don’t give your child the answers to his homework. He needs to learn on his own that you don’t know what you’re talking about

  • The best thing about trying to name a baby is realizing how many people you hate
  • It’s weird how we tell kids not to lie then tell them how good the picture they drew is.

  • I’d walk through fire for my daughter. Well not FIRE, because it’s dangerous. But a super humid room. But not too humid, because of hair.

  • [kid’s party]

           Me: Can we leave? There things take forever
           Wife: *harsh whisper* Shut your mouth. Watch our daughter open her presents.
  • I’m coaching my son’s soccer team because it’s important that he knows I’ll swear at other kinds, too.
  • If it ain’t broke, my children haven’t touched it yet.

  • 3 year old: What’s neglecting mean?

          Me: Shhh daddy’s playing video games.

  • I’m at my parenting best when I randomly yell out “be careful!” every few minutes without looking up from my phone.

  • Son, my best advice is to find a girl with and embarrassing tattoo and marry her. She know how to make bad decision and stick with them.

  • I constantly google “how to put your kids up for adoption” so my kids can find it on my search history and know that I’m not messing around.

  • Son: am I adopted ?
          Me: not yet, but we're  hopeful.

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