Parenting Drinking Game

So, I was working on a post about things my kids do that make me want to drink when I got the idea to create a Parenting Drinking Game. Like the drinking game memes that go around during presidential speeches where you take a shot when the president uses a made up word or something, this is a game where you take a drink when your kids do something at least somewhat annoying or infuriating. I should probably release this after the other post, but here’s something a little fun to cheer up your Monday. (And if your Monday is perfect and doesn’t need cheering up, don’t tell the rest of us.)

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What would you add to this list?

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Author: Erika

I’m a SAHM to two kids. When I’m not doing all the typical mom things (diapers, soccer, etc.), I like writing, reading, and playing games. Clearly I live the life of a rock star.

59 thoughts on “Parenting Drinking Game”

  1. Again, you never fail to disappoint. This game could kill us. I would add Drink when summoned to “come here”. Or Drink when your kids do something you just told them not to do. Drink every time you have to repeat yourself. Drink when you say something you thought you would never have to say (like, “Who peed in the garbage can?”). Love your list!

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  2. I think I would have to take a shot for the kid tattle… it’s usually on one of us 🤣 luckily our friend count is on the low end for now so #fewbirthdayinvites. And I only have a shot for asking for something when in the shower. Our child is very “clean” and the littlest of mess requires an entire roll of paper towels. But I’m sure the volunteering for cupcakes last minute will come.

    But heeeeey I don’t have to finish my drink yet! I call this a parenting win

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    1. Hahahaha she tattles on her parents, that’s hilarious! BG was in preschool this year and got so many birthday invites. Of course we sent one out for hers for next month, so I can’t complain, but it all seems to come at once!


  3. Great post. Add drink when a child rolls their eyes at you. When a child tells you they need items from the store for a project that is due tomorrow (and they tell you 15 mins before bed time). I could go on and on…and probably end up with alcohol poisoning. 😜

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  4. Let’s add, take a sip every time your kid asks, is there school tomorrow – Didn’t I just tell you YES! Or, is it Friday yet – at the beginning of the week. 😳🙄 Or when my toddler asks to take off their shoes when I know they’ll be back 5 minutes later requesting I put their shoes back on! 🤦🏽‍♀️

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  5. Haha!

    The one I’d add is ‘drink when you’ve just sat down for the first time today and toddler instantly wakes from his nap / does a volcanic poo / screams the house down or some other thing that means you’re getting straight back up from the sofa!

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    1. This is especially funny, because I have a post saved in my drafts about a universal rule of parenting being that as soon as you sit down on the couch, they require something.

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  6. Finish your drink when… they suddenly don’t “yike” the thing they have been asking you for repeatedly for the last hour. Or take a sip every time your kid repeats a phrase until you acknowledge the observation/demand/gibberish.

    I’d be so drunk.

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  7. Good stuff!
    Drink every time your teenager says “It’s a mood.” Take a shot every time your teenager asks you for money. Finish your drink when your teenager tells you, “I know, but…”
    My Monday was crap, too.

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  8. This is hysterical, but I would certainly become a raging alcoholic if I put it into place. My addition is, take a drink every time my kids ask for a new towel. Maybe this is just a Florida problem, but while I love them playing in the pool, the constantly missing towel is a major summer-time problem.

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