As summer comes to an end and you kiss the beach goodbye, parents and kids alike have one thing on their mind: back to school. Yes, September is around the corner and the shopping, crowds, and childish tantrums are about to begin. Therefore, we have rounded up a few hilarious memes that every parent will definitely relate to.
Are you excited that you will finally not have to entertain your kids seven days a week? Well, we have a meme for you. Do the back to school shopping crowds have you going mad? Don't rip your hair out just yet; we've got you covered.
We know it can be a little (maybe?) sad to send your kids off to another year of growing up, but we bet these memes will help lighten the mood. Check out the list below:
For the woman who is a #SuperMom every day of the week.
Drinking at this point, aren't we all?!
Having a hard time letting go of your child in kindergarten vs. driving them to school now like you're competing in the Indy 500.
Asking your kid on the first day of school how it went vs. asking if they've got homework the next day.
When your kid tries to play sick during the first week of school.
Cheers to surviving summer with a house full of kids ... and their friends.
Remember when your kids acted like you were speaking another language when you asked them if they had summer work to do.
When your kid's friend's mom offers to carpool your child every morning to school.
Telling your husband that once the kids leave for school, you'll both have some alone time together.
Who else is popping champagne and spending the day baking a cake?
Overall, being an adult is hard.
When back-to-school shopping lowkey breaks the bank.
ME: "Do you really need everything on this list the teacher gave you?"
KID: "Yes, mom!"
"Wait, what time did Susie say she had to be up for school"
-Every parent on the first day of school.
When you tell your son he can't play Fortnite if his grades start to suffer.
When you're a cool, hip, millennial mom.
When you've finally dropped them off at school but need to take a moment to yourself to celebrate.
A friendly PSA as you tackle back-to-school shopping.