The funniest parenting fails from NYC families (June 11)

Sometimes, we're bad moms and dads, okay? Laugh now and deny it later

1/10
"I hid chocolate pudding in the back of the fridge. My kid climbed INTO the fridge to pull it out and broke the shelf." —Adrianna, Queens
2/10
"I rammed my daughter into an old lady while helping her on her kiddie scooter." —Leo, Brooklyn
3/10
"We let our six-year-old watch Rent. She then told her class that she'd seen "the voice of Elsa's butt" [Idina Menzel's butt]" —Simone, Manhattan
4/10
"I gave my daughter the green popsicle instead of the red one. The injustice!" —Maggie, Bronx
5/10
"I ate a whole box of cookies I bought for my son. Then I pretended I never bought them." —Jen, Brooklyn
6/10
"I gave my 1-year-old a lemon slice because I knew she would have a funny reaction. As payback, she refused to let me feed her dinner." —Kathryn, Queens
7/10
"Daddy was in charge of getting the kids to school. They got there...two hours late." —Jasmine, Staten Island
8/10
"One daughter begged for a cat and the other wanted a dog. We settled on a hamster...that promptly croaked for no apparent reason." —Marcus, Bronx
9/10
"We thought building bunk beds would make life easier for our kids who share a room. Now they just fight over who gets top bunk." —Leah, Manhattan
10/10
"I tried to make a fort for my kids in the living room based on this Pinterest tutorial and failed miserably." —Kim, Brooklyn

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