25 hilarische tweets die date nights (na het hebben van kinderen) omschrijven
Sinds jij en je hubby kids hebben is de romantiek ver te zoeken. Het schiet er simpelweg bij in. Maar maak je geen zorgen, dit is de meest normale zaak van de wereld. Leuk is het niet, maar realistisch is het wel.
Deze tweets omtrent date nights schetsen de meest realistische situaties:
Me getting ready for date night:
Shower, make dinner for kids, try to put make up on, get kid a snack, try to put make up on again, do my hair, referee sibling fight, get dressed.
Sits in a chair & asks why I’m not ready yet.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) 5 August 2018
Is it really “date night” if you don’t get annoyed at each other for repeatedly mentioning the kids & then have an argument about money?
— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) 26 February 2017
The term “date night” is reserved only for those w/ kids.
If you don’t have kids, EVERY night is date night. You just don’t know it yet.
— Tim Hammerich (@timhammerich) 22 July 2017
Going out on a date with my husband tonight. Still deciding if we’ll converse with or ignore the three kids tagging along.
— Kate Hall (@KateWhineHall) 24 October 2014
Let’s get married and have kids so instead of doing fun stuff on the weekend we can go to a kid’s birthday party where everyone coughs.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) 14 September 2014
Date night 1995: Sitting on couch in junky clothes, saying Ugh I’m so tired, watching 7 hrs of tv.
Date night 2017: same w/sprinkle of kids
— Mary (@AnniemuMary) 6 February 2017
My husband and I shouted at the kids to go back to bed at the same time and that’s the closest we’ve come to a date night in weeks.
— MotherPlaylist (@MotherPlaylist) 13 September 2018
Me: We should have a date night next weekend.
Wife: A babysitter will cost $150.
Me: We should have a date night when the kids move out.
— “Bare Minimum Parenting” comes out in 21 days (@XplodingUnicorn) 12 December 2016
Unlocked parenting level three by going on a date night and refusing to go home until kids are asleep
— Vinod Chhaproo (@Chhapiness) 18 September 2018
It’s Friday night and the kids are asleep, so you know what that means ???
Time for a 1000 piece puzzle date pic.twitter.com/vi6izSHcwf
— Count DracuDaddo (@officerdaddo) 4 August 2018
The hardest part of having date night after kids is not pointing out all the construction vehicles to your husband on the way to the restaurant.
— MyMomologue (@MyMomologue) 12 March 2018
I’m at Whole Foods with my husband at 5pm on a Friday and it almost feels like a date night out. Grocery shopping without kids is a delight
— Karen Travers (@karentravers) 2 March 2018
Me: Date night with the wife…
My kids: CAN WE GO?!?
— Coach Nash (iCoach) (@iCoachNash) 20 February 2017
Me [introducing new babysitter to kids]: Don’t be afraid, they can smell your fear.
Wife [already in car]: YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN
— Guy Incognito (@ShutUpThatsWho) 8 August 2015
Going out for a legit date night with my husband. No trips to Target or Lowe’s. We’re talking a restaurant with a dress code.
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) 29 April 2016
Date night mostly consists of checking the time for when the kids should be in bed so we can go back home
— Celeste Yvonne (@andwhatamom) 26 July 2017
My husband asked if I wanted to do something fun so I left him home with the kids.
Marriage is easy.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) 23 May 2015
Attempting a stay-at-home date night. The kids stay home too. We pay them $10 to watch themselves. Minus $1 for every question they ask us.
— Everett Toews (@etoews) 5 February 2016
Did he poop today?
A big one?
Yeah! And semi-soft!
Awesome! Good brown color?
– Date night conversation after kids
— Scary Mommy (@ScaryMommy) 14 July 2018
Helping couples finish a sentence
— Molly England (@bluebonetbabies) 6 May 2017
Single: I’m going to the bar!
Dating: Wanna go to the bar?
Married: Can I go to the bar?
Married w/ Kids: Pottery Barn?
— Will Rodgers (@WilliamRodgers) 12 September 2015
[kids gone for the evening]
wife: DATE NIGHT???
me: DATE NIGHT!!!
[we fall asleep watching 60 minutes]
— Grant Tanaka (@GrantTanaka) 16 October 2017
It’s 9:15 on Saturday night.
Married date night in progress. pic.twitter.com/Wdae0Q5c0p
— “Bare Minimum Parenting” comes out in 21 days (@XplodingUnicorn) 5 March 2017
Date night idea: post a guard outside the kids’ bedrooms so we can actually finish a 2-hour movie on Netflix.
— Amy Dillon (@amydillon) 14 June 2015
the best part of date night is that we don’t have to share the popcorn or the pick ‘n’ mix with the kids
— Future Dan Howell (@daninthefuture) 19 May 2017