15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 13th Edition

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts: 13th Edition

This past weekend was amazing and busy! My parents drove up from Florida to visit us for the week. Being good hosts, we decided to keep them and our children entertained. (Normally we aren’t good hosts and sit around doing nothing. I won’t lie!) Between trips to the farmer’s market, local aviation museum, church, and a pumpkin patch, by Sunday night, I was exhausted!

Tired from the weekend, I woke up hating Monday. I just wanted to sleep a bit longer, but I couldn’t. It’s a school day. I got my kids ready for the day (with lots of help from my husband) and my oldest to the bus stop to go to school. The rest of this Monday has been spent recovering (boy, I must be getting old!). 

After taking a couple of weeks off (for Labor Day and 9/11), I’m glad to be back! One of the best ways to help Monday survival is reading lots of funny posts that I get to share with you! Enjoy!

If you would like to nominate a post for inclusion, make sure it is a public post and tag or message me, Adventures of a Jayhawk Mommy, on Facebook.

Is that supposed to be a compliment?

Monday, again?

Sometimes it’s hard not to laugh at your child.


Who are you?

It’s all about balance!

Sibling rivalry

Yoda wisdom

Should I be worried?

Sums up most Mondays

Feel free to sing along

The fun of having girls

Parenthood will be fun, they said!

Get a clue


I hope these gave you a laugh. If you enjoyed these, go to the pages and show your appreciation! Come back again next Monday for 15 more funny Facebook posts or check out more of my Fantastically Funny Facebook posts!

15 Fantastically Funny Facebook Posts

About Denise

Hi! I'm Denise, a 40+ year old SAHM trying to navigate the world of motherhood. I blog about parenting, food, and have been featured a few times on BlogHer. I enjoys solving mysteries (Okay..reading mysteries or watching them on TV), cooking, and drinking way too much caffeine than I should. Basically, anything I needs to do to survive the toddler years.



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