Boomers, take a seat. Millennial parents do everything they can to keep a strong game face on while navigating the tumultuous last three decades of history. From amusing quips to solid advice, this Twitter feed is here to assist. What is the difference between Boomers and Millennials? Dads are with you, eager to share what they’ve learned! So please sit back, laugh, pay attention to a few of the parenting tactics and insights shared by millennial parents, and most importantly, have fun reading the following tweets and memes!
This is all part of being an adult, according to Emily. We have the freedom to do anything we want, which makes us seem extremely responsible and self-reliant. It’s a tragedy in every sense of the word. I recall the moment I first recognized that I was an adult. I complained about not having any cake when it suddenly struck me: “I am an adult.”
A lightbulb flashed above my head, and I thought to myself: “You can go to Publix right now and get cake. You may do anything you want!” So that’s exactly what I did. In the comfort of my living room, I ate that cake and even allowed a crumb as a memento of my independence. Perhaps the greatest (and only) advantage of being an adult is the ability to eat cake whenever you want.