Ryan Reynolds Is Definitely The Funniest Dad On Twitter
Along with his ever-growing acting career, Ryan Reynolds has shown that he is one funny dad on Twitter. He’s so funny that if the whole acting thing didn’t work out for him, he could spend more time tweeting. The reason parents in particular need to know that Reynolds kills it on Twitter is because his tweets related to parenting are nothing short of comedic genius. He first became a dad when he and wife Blake Lively welcomed their daughter James (yes, they named their baby girl James) into the world in 2014. They were again blessed in 2016 with the birth of their second daughter, Ines. Fatherhood opened up a whole other realm of hilarity for Reynolds. His tweets are not to be missed, as you’ll see below, but make sure you aren’t drinking anything because damage to your electronics due to any spit takes are not covered. Sometimes when we use humor as a coping mechanism, this is what shows up. Here are some of Reynolds best tweets dealing with parenting.
@# Damn it’s hard letting your infant daughter go somewhere alone for the first time. I was a total mess dropping her off at Burning Man.
@# The mobile above my daughter’s crib is just a whole bunch of NuvaRings. So, she remembers how lucky she is. (He’s an advocate of making a deliberate choice to be a father and he wants his daughters to know they were a choice.)
@# It’s 2016. I’m not going to start drinking regular milk just because some asshat has a problem with public breastfeeding at the beach. (And Reynolds, like so many of us, is sick of shaming women for public breastfeeding.)
@# I watched Frozen without my two-year-old this morning. Despair reveals itself in many forms.
@# I’d walk through fire for my daughter. Well not FIRE, because it’s dangerous. But a super humid room. But not too humid, because my hair. (So many parents expect too much of themselves, but not Reynolds. He knows his limits.)
@# Went to Disneyland because my daughter’s obsessed with Mickey Mouse. She was so excited when I got home and told her.
@# Ask your doctor if you qualify for an extension. A 4th, possibly even 5th trimester can be very peaceful for the father. (As busy as he must be, he still takes time to advise newbie dads like this one, whose wife had just gone into labor)
@# Tip: It’s important parents take little “time outs” for themselves too. Even if you feel pretty guilty when you return 14 years later.
@# My daughter’s only 6 months old and already drawing. I’d hang it on the fridge but honestly, it’s absolute garbage. (He does not praise and reward his children for every little thing they do; he’s refreshingly brutal.)
@# This morning, my daughter said, “quiche” which means she’s smart, hungry and an asshole.
(Oh, and he’ll call his child out for bratty, privileged behavior, too.)
Is Reynolds Just a Big Kid Himself?
Susan Z’s Conclusion:
Most definitely. That is why his tweets are so hilarious as he sees growing up from a kid’s perspective more than an adult.
Ace of Wands: Inverted (Upside)
This is a card of passionate new life beginning or birth. Sort of says it all for him. He is really enjoying fatherhood much more than he ever expected to.
Knight of Pentacles: Inverted
This card is a solid, honest and steadfast young man. Being inverted, I believe that fatherhood makes Reynolds feel a little goofy about life now.
Two of Swords: Inverted
This card is about stalemate. Since the card is inverted, it supports Reynolds hilarious tweet about having children was a choice and no indecision was involved and he is still scratching his head trying to figure which way is up. Lol!
Susan Z Rich is an emotional addiction counselor, spiritual intuitive and holistic therapist. She counsels others to see life in a more positive way and teaches personal accountability for life choices. She is also the author of several children’s books and Soul Windows…Secrets From The Divine. (life cycles) Learn more at her website: www.szrwhitewings.com