Most parents photograph or film their children growing up, but James Breakwell (previously here and here) has another way of documenting the precious moments he shares with his 4 daughters. Since April 2016, the comedy writer and family man from Indianapolis uses Twitter to share the daily conversations he has with his girls.

With over 1M followers and counting, James claims that his little ones love the attention. "They like what I do on Twitter mainly because it's all about them," Breakwell told Buzzfeed. "On one hand, Twitter makes me a better father because I spend more time with my kids. On the other hand, Twitter makes me a much worse father because I only do it to get more material." Scroll down to check out why there's so much buzz around the Breakwells and upvote your favorite tweets.

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Rue Granger 10 months ago

#GirlPower!

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MagicalUnicorn 10 months ago

damn, those girls are smart

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Mangoes'nRum 10 months ago

Ha ha ha! Dragons beats Social Studies

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Danish Dynomummy 10 months ago

I love this Girl!

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Sree S 10 months ago

ME NEITHER!! Yet I don't want to fastforward life...

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

Is this kid a lawyer in disguise?

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

Savage!

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Sree S 10 months ago

Your daughters are THE SMARTEST KIDS EVER!!

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

Priorities.

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cyberdemon0007 10 months ago

This one's really old...sorry but i doubt it's the original or that the kid said the exact same thing. And now the credibility of the entire post is gone. :( Still a cool post but if one's fake any could be fake.

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Sree S 10 months ago

I shall use this technic to steal candy from Mum. Wait that won't work... ;-;

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varwenea 10 months ago

True for lioness

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Sree S 10 months ago

What did I ever do to you....??

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

My precious.

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Kahlo Smith 10 months ago

Be your own hero <3

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Sree S 10 months ago

6 year olds reading Harry Potter?? Crazy smart kids u got there!!

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

Devastating logic.

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Kahlo Smith 10 months ago

I've done this XD Also, when you get the wrong food but can't bring yourself to tell the waiter...

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

I just stared off into space too!

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Hope Floats 10 months ago

This is because the majority of human beings rely on others, especially in our younger years.. Animals are independent from a very young age..

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

I love this 5yr old philosopher!

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Maike 10 months ago

I think you created a monster. A cute, clever, honest, tweeting, Monster

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Anastasia B 10 months ago

Me every Monday morning

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Pepper 10 months ago

They're officially fluent.

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

Your kids are so creative!

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stellermatt 10 months ago

nobody ever wins...

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Sree S 10 months ago

Well thats... good.

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Sree S 10 months ago

These genes.. they runs through majority of the human race.

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

...and Valar Morghulis...

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

ha ha ha, I will use this excuse next time I´m late!

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

LOL

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

Well, yes!

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Abby M <3 10 months ago

that sounds like me........ *whispers* i've done that before

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justagirl 10 months ago

Clever

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justagirl 10 months ago

Hahah your kids are absolutely amazing

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Luna Matara 10 months ago

That's my reason for not using high-heels in daily life

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

Love how kids are quite creative when trying to find an explanation to what they seem to regard as a mystery

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Aidan Tubb 10 months ago

ouch

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

It will be a long-lasting relationship! Love chocolate

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Totally a Dragon 10 months ago

How is that possible?!

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Jodi Ellis 10 months ago

Manipulation

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Alusair Alustriel 10 months ago

And we're not showing our 6 year old girl The Goblet of Fire, cause we think it's too scary.

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

I was thinking what that middle name could be... Peppa Pippa Pig... maybe.

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Maike 10 months ago

Ha! Hahahaha this is a dangerous assumtion. Now she feeds them they will follow her. She is just taking over. Be very frightened! She is raising the resistance. :0)

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Sree S 10 months ago

Your daughters are geniuses.

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Phoebe Bean 10 months ago

And you gave her the key to a better destiny!

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Rue Granger 10 months ago

Very fancy indeed!

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Danish Dynomummy 10 months ago

The Struggle is real

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