Parenting Fails: The funniest parenting blunders from NYC families (April 2)

Sometimes, we're bad moms and dads, okay? Laugh now and deny it later
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I stopped trying to brush my daughter's hair. It's not worth the fight." —Jamie, Queens
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"My husband let our daughter dress herself for picture day." —Carrie, Manhattan
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"Learned my kid wasn't ready to lose the bicycle training wheels after a hospital visit and 10 stitches." —Rebecca, Manhattan
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"Gave my daughter the grownup task of bringing Easter cupcakes to the table. They only made it to the carpet." —Jess, Queens
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I forgot to cut my preschooler's sandwich into a heart shape. Tears for days." —Jane, Brooklyn
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"My toddler is better at using my iphone than I am...maybe it's time to cut back on app time." —Shawn, Brooklyn
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli "I thought my kid was faking a stomachache to get out of class. She actually just needed to have her appendix out." —Laurie, Manhattan
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"Who let the dogs out? Our kindergartener, while I was cleaning up a mess she'd made." —Hannah, Bronx
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"NEVER turn your back. There's so much fun dip in my kid's hair right now that it's not ok." —Ali, Manhattan
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"Checked in on my napping four-year-old, and there was dog food covering the floor and her bed...I don't even know what happened." Dani, Brooklyn
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Between idyllic trips to NYC's 25 best playgrounds in New York City, exploring amazing museum exhibits for kids and enjoying family lunches at your favorite family restaurants, life can be less than picture-perfect. Let's be real-even the best moms and dads make a mistake now and then! See our favorite funny fails from parents around the city.


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