What Superpower Would Be The Most Helpful For Parenting? – #TQOTD

We need to know what superpower you need to be a better parent. Steve said he needs super speed to keep up with everything and Fish wants to fly so he can like fly away from the kids to the bar or something… lol!

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
What superpower would be the most helpful for parenting?

  • now this isn’t a super power but as a mom of 3 small boys I have always wished I could have a limo window that separated the back and front. Just roll that bad boy up and enjoy the peace and quiet, instead of always being the referee for fight club LOL I’m sending lots of prayers up for Connie! Thank you for always giving me a reason to laugh and smile through these years no matter what I had going on in my life!
  • I would love to be Invisible! That superpower would come with good and bad but dang it’d be fun as heck!
  • I think the coolest superpower for parenting would be to multiply yourself. Because then I could get so much done at one time if there were like 10 of me.
  • My fiancé says the coolest would be to see into the future. Because then you could avoid a car crash, win the lottery, etc!
  • Super speed! Get everything done in record time, and still have time to yourself if you want to run away for a minute, you can go a lot farther
  • When our triplets were newborns (in car seats) and on oxygen, carrying them into their many appointments was impossible to do alone. I needed the superpower of cloning myself so there would be more hands (that being said, my mom helped out a lot ).
  • The ability to help them understand hard times without hitting an all time low of depression.
  • To be able to call up any amount of additional me I need at anytime.
  • To be able to tell when they are lying or telling the truth. When all 3 kids say I didnt do it, its harder to figure out who actually did it!
  • Having a 10 year old boy I think being invisible would be helpful when he is with his friends doing something he isn’t supposed to be doing.
  • I’m not a parent but being mature enough to talk to your child with respect, logic, teaching, positivity, and compassion (as opposed to being an authoritarian who uses fear, shame, and negativity) is pretty damn spectacular.
  • Reading mind’s would make things alot easier for new parents
  • Jedi mind control! “These are not the candies you are looking for”
  • The power to get my kids to eat when I put in front of them
  • Never needing sleep… Lol parent of a teen and infant…
  • Magic wand-finger, so I could fix all of thier problems with a wave of a finger
  • Mind reading for sure!
  • To be in multiple places at once.
  • Mindreading!
  • Reading minds
  • Mind control.
  • Mind control *eat your veggies* child eats veggies, * no back talking* *clean your room* *study* hahaha
  • Patience, organizing.
  • The power to say “bedtime” and poof! They’re asleep in their beds.
  • Extreme patience, cause you’re gonna need them starting at the age of 13.
  • Healing powers for self and others.
  • To stop squabbles with a wave of my hand or make money appear from thin air.
  • The ability to make kids (and all people) listen THE FIRST TIME!!!!!
  • Mind reading
  • Read minds. We dont always know what you want. KAREN
  • Patience
  • Mood control, to calm things down when she is scared or hurt
  • Ability to read minds
  • Super speed.
  • Mind control
  • Invisibility.
  • Super patience
  • Omnipotence
  • a finger snap that would magically do what I needed instantly…clean house, laundry, meals cooked, kids delivered to wherever they need to be, make everything quiet. and if it could increase my bank account…bonus!
  • Time warping
  • Put a sleep power lol!!! My kids never slept….
  • Being able to multiply myself. It would be nice to have 5 of me. Or more
  • Is patience a super power?
  • If could have a super power for parenting it would be to make the kids do what you say the 1st time without repeating yourself or screaming. Especially at bed time!
  • Oh & to always feel rested even after 2 hrs of sleep. 😆ter 2
  • Super Stretchy
  • The best superpower for parenting would be the ability to multiply. No not the make more kids which is necessary, but making multiple versions of yourself. Like the movie Multiplicity. One you for work, one for playtime, one for when you need a break, ect…
  • TQOD… My superpowers would be either Persuasive Suggestions (So the kids would do what I ask the first time around) or the ability to snap your fingers to have what I want done. Like dishes, dinner, house cleaned, fun family vacations etc. I would Love both!!
  • I have a super power…I can make wine disappear! 😁
  • Teleporting teachers to your home when your kids need help. (Beam me up Scotty)
  • A bulls@#$ detector!