26 of the best parenting memes of 2014

Remember the Prince George memes and the million meme variations of Grumpy Cat and Frozen? What about Apparently Kid? Does “Linda! Honey!” ring a bell?

From videos and memes to what can only be referred to as “phenomenons,” take a trip down memory lane with 2014’s best parenting moments.

1. #BabyEyebrows

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2. Grandparents be like

grandparents be like

 

3. Grumpy Cat and Disney

grumpy cat disney

 

4. Linda, honey!

 

5. Furby pregnancies

furby pregnancy

 

6. Just bought groceries and so not cooking

grocery shopping

 

7. Prince George

prince george

 

8. Apparently Kid

 

9. Have to pee… again

peesomuch

 

10. Your 36-month-old

36monthold

 

11. Baby loves Katy Perry

 

12. Meconium happens

It happens

 

13. #ShareACoke Pregnancy Announcement

 

14. Here’s to Friday

Friday

 

15. Thailand nails the parenting commercial

 

16. The Lego conspiracy

plotting-against-us

 

17. When Nurture Calls campaign

when-nature-calls-ad

 

18. Pumpers be like…

pumpers-be-like

 

19. #WorldsToughestJob

 

20. Losing track of toddlers

Toddler-garage-sale

 

21. #Babysuiting

babysuiting

 

22. Putting the kids to bed

after-kids-to-bed-LOTR

 

23. Thank you, Lord

thank-you-lord-its-bedtime

 

24. What does the kid say?

 

25. Porn for women

porn for moms

 

26. What a beautiful woman looks like

 

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About Stephanie Winans, President, Pregnancy and Pediatrics

Stephanie Winans is the Chief Operating Officer here at Bundoo. When she’s not working, you’ll find her hanging out with her husband and 5-year-old daughter, reading like it’s going out of style, or obsessing over shoes and baby nurseries on Pinterest.

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