I don’t mean to start up the Mommy Wars again.
I know we’re all supposed to ‘lean in’ and help each other out. Y’know, put the Judge Judy type attitude off to the side.
But, well, I couldn’t leave this Instagram hashtag alone.
#ParentingFail 1 of 18Some are terrible, horrible, and awful. Some are comical things we've all slipped up on. Check out the best and worst of #ParentingFail ahead ...
Drink Bucket 2 of 18I don't know if this is fair to call a #parentingfail, I think it's kind of genius.
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Fearless 3 of 18Sometimes I think parents are afraid because kids are fearless. They balance it out. If you have fearless parents and fearless kids together, that can be a Darwin Award winning combination.
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Stroller Fail 4 of 18Apparently strollers are more difficult to load than carseats?
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Picture Day 5 of 18
LOL 6 of 18Totally guilty of seeing my kids crash, laughing, pulling out the phone, and taking a picture all before I reach out to help. Oh, it's good to be bad.
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Bumper Stumper 7 of 18I don't know why you'd put a sticker on your car anymore. I get them on your binders, or lockers, or skis, but a $20k, $30k, $40k vehicle isn't getting a sticker in my house. And certainly not a Playboy one on my minivan.
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You Complete Me 8 of 18Guilty.
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Tire Iron 9 of 18Changing a diaper is easier than changing a flat. I get that both can have "blow outs".. but ..
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Look At Me! 10 of 18Selfies, in a bikini, with the tag on. Cmon now. Just don't.
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Evil Dead 11 of 18
Coaster 12 of 18They have age/height restrictions on roller coasters for a reason. That's usually because they are not 2 yr old friendly.
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Drag Race 13 of 18Forget the stroller? Car seat too heavy? Just drag the kid.
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Don’t Touch That 14 of 18I get that kids climb and want to play with everything. Sometimes that's not a good idea.
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This Bud’s For You 15 of 18I think every single parent has taken this photo. Just some of us know better than to pop it on Instagram.
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Common Sense 16 of 18Should we cut them some slack that perhaps, in 1994, the dangers of riding quads like this wasn't fully known?
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Hood Like Me 17 of 18You're going to have enough trouble with them as teenagers, why would you give a preschooler any ideas?!
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Just Like Mom? 18 of 18We'll end it with a shot from the account for the hashtag. Why would anyone even pretend to do this to their daughter?
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