Parenting is difficult! Being a mom is a 24/7 job! Mothers go through so many struggles to raise their kids well. Although it is ultimately a very rewarding experience when they see their kids growing and getting shaped into beautiful human beings, it’s still a tough role to play. From the moment they are pregnant, they know that motherhood is a lifetime responsibility that comes with its own struggles and rewards.
However, mothers find their own ways to have some fun. Many moms add a pinch of humor to these struggles and often joke about them. So today we have collected some jokes by mothers. Some of them are hilarious and many of these might even be relatable if you are a mom yourself. Scroll below to read some of those jokes and share them with your mothers as well.
“I just watched my child individually pick off and eat every sprinkle on the donut I gave her. She has the patience for that, but can’t wait 30 seconds for me to pee by myself.”
Nothing is really lost until Mom can’t find it.
“Asked to switch seats on the plane because I was sitting next to a crying baby. Apparently, that’s not allowed if the baby is yours.”
I asked a police recruit during an exam, “What would you do if you had to arrest your own mother?”
He said, “Call for backup.”
“My mum just bought our cat a Christmas stocking even tho we are muslims and don’t even celebrate Christmas?? She was like “We don’t know what religion he is we can’t force him to be muslim” he’s a cat?!?!”
Daughter: Mom, I need my personal space!
Mom: You came out of my personal space.
Kid: What’s for dinner?
Kid: What kind?
Mom: The kind you eat.
“I always say if you aren’t yelling at your kids, you’re not spending enough time with them.” – Reese Witherspoon
*In Mary Poppin’s voice* “Kids, time to go!”
15 minutes later… *Christian Bale’s Batman voice* “I said, let’s go.”
When your mom’s voice is so loud, even your neighbors brush their teeth and get dressed.
A kid asks his dad, “What’s a man?” The dad says, “A man is someone who is responsible and cares for their family.” The kid says, “I hope one day I can be a man just like mom!”
“My 4YO fell off his scooter, and before I could help him, he stood up, dusted off, and whispered to himself, “shake it off big dawg.”
I’ve never been more confused about whether something was a parenting win or fail.”
Silence is golden. Unless you have kids, then silence is suspicious.
Mom’s recipe for iced coffee:
Have kids. Make coffee. Forget you made coffee. Put it in the microwave. Forget you put it in the microwave. Drink it cold.
Whoever wrote the song “Easy Like Sunday Morning” did not have kids.
“My mom once asked me to close the patio door because I was “letting the WiFi out.”
“I love to play hide-and-seek with my kid, but some days my goal is to find a hiding place where he can’t find me until after high school.”
“My 4yo grabbed the egg off my egg and cheese sandwich, put it on her plate, took a bite of it, and then grabbed the rest in her hand, squeezed it shut, and handed it back to me saying she didn’t want it anymore. And this… THIS is why I can’t have nice things.”
“Good luck robbing my house. My home security system is LEGOs on the floor.”
“I’ve conquered a lot of things… blood clots in my lungs — twice, knee and foot surgeries, winning Grand Slams being down match point, to name just a few. But I found out by far the hardest is figuring out a stroller!” – Serena Williams