There are a lot of things you have to learn when you become a parent, and not least of these is a new form of math known only as “parenting math.” These are basically equations, expressed as percentages, dealing with how you spend your time as a parent. For instance, you might say that parenting was 50 percent encouraging your kids to get out of the house and 50 percent trying to stop them from running into the road. Sometime the math doesn’t even add up, but that’s okay, too! Such are the mysteries of this new skill you have to learn! So, here are fourteen example of parenting math that will have you in stitches!