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11 Tweets That Perfectly Describe Being a New Parent

July 28, 2016

Parenting is a crazy, hare-brained experience! There are late nights, messes, screaming, crying (both you and the baby!) and craziness. The adjustment to being a new parent is stressful but incredibly rewarding. You never realized how much you could love until you met your pooping, eating, crying bundle of joy! We loved these tweets that perfectly describe this amazing and crazy adventure of being a #newmom or #newdad.

  1. New babies create chaos everywhere, but especially when you leave the house!

      2. This dad is definitely looking at the bright side. haha 🙂

3. Wise words! Every baby is different. 🙂

     4. If you have twins, have you ever been guilty of this?

5. Hey, we can help with that! 😉 We can’t make your baby stop crying, though… sorry.

     6. I think everyone with a baby boy can relate to this one! haha

7. Ouch! Baby’s grip is strong!

      8. Finding humor in every aspect of parenthood! 🙂

9. Agreed! Why are car seats so complicated?!

    10. It’s the simplest things, really.

11.  Aww! It’s so true, though. In an instant, your heart is full of love for your little one.

It’s insane how someone so small can fill your entire heart. #july5#newmompic.twitter.com/cyMlNp6rKU

— Natalie Threlkeld (@nat_threlkeld) July 8, 2016


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