21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using

21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using

Because an emoji is worth a thousand words.

1. When your toddler won’t stop harassing the cat:

What it means: “You’re going to need to get the cat out from under the bed when you get home.”

2. When you finish doing your teenage boy’s laundry:

What it means: “I have seen things. Things I can’t unsee.”

3. When you get a whiff of your baby’s butt:

What it means: “This one’s your turn.”

4. When you have to break bad news:

What it means: “Your daughter found the scissors.”

5. When you don’t have it in you to cook:

What it means: “Can you pick up takeout?”

6. When you’re taking some “me time”:

What it means: “Keep the kids out of my hair for ten minutes!”

7. When your partner asks how your kid did at the dentist:

What it means: “Braces.”

8. When you’re at your kid’s dance class:

What it means: “Those creepy twins are here again.”

9. When you’re running late:

What it means: “The kid can’t find her shoes.”

10. When your kid has really cheesed you off:

What it means: “Do I have a story for you when you get home.”

11. When the baby is napping:

What it means: “Don’t wake the baby!”

12. When your kid is acting like a little shit:

What it means: “Tell him to shape up or Santa won’t come this year.”

13. When your kids insist on watching Frozen for the thousandth time:

What it means: “It’s happening again.”

14. When the kids are finally asleep:

What it means: “Mommy’s off the clock.”

15. Also, when the kids are finally asleep:

What it means: “What do you say we, you know.”

16. When one of your friends has a baby:

What it means: “She’s here!”

17. When your partner texts to say they’re getting a drink with friends five minutes before they’re due home:

What it means: “Enjoy that drink because it’s your last.”

18. When your kid is doing something cute:

What it means: “Quick! Get a video!”

19. When there’s a kid at the playground sneezing all over everything:

What it means: “Bust out the hand sanitizer.”

20. When you need someone to watch the kids:

What it means: “Is your mom available?”

21. When you think about your family:

What it means: “I love us.”

21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using
21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using
21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using
21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using
21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using

21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using

21 Emojis Parents Should Start Using

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