There are a lot of reasons why the Internet, specifically social media, is awesome. Not only do you get to share photos and updates with family members who live across the country, find simple and delicious recipes that take no time at all from your friends, and get a daily laugh from cute animal videos your sister sends you, but total strangers are also able to connect, in more ways than one!
Sure, through an Internet connection you have the ability to meet people and connect with them literally, but you also have the opportunity to connect with them on a deeper level.
There are groups for just about everything you can imagine on Facebook like sewing or enjoying the same TV show, but there is a whole new world of groups if you’re a parent. Even unofficial groups.
Let’s face it, if you have a little one or one that’s already grown, you can relate to roughly 99-percent of the tweets and posts you see on social media. It’s almost as if the author, who may live thousands of miles away and whom you’ve never met before, is living in your house!
Don’t believe us? Check out these tweets from parents who shared something their six-year-old did or said that most parents can relate to and you will probably even get a chuckle out of!
Me: Did you have a good day at school?
6-year-old: That's not how school works.
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) May 8, 2017
Come on, dad, you remember what it’s like!
Me: Where are the pretzels?
6-year-old: I ate them.
Me: I told you to divide them into four equal piles.
6: Each pile has zero.
— James Breakwell (@XplodingUnicorn) April 12, 2017
He is right, dad. #Math
ME: Have you washed your hands?
ME: Really? That seemed too fast.
6: Oh, I thought you meant ever.
— Baby Sideburns (@BabySideburns) February 12, 2018
It’s sound logic, really.
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