The funniest parenting fails from NYC families (May 28)

Sometimes, we're bad moms and dads, okay? Laugh now and deny it later
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"Our son drew a picture of us with our "interests" for class. Daddy had all kinds of things, but I got the wine glass and ice cream." —Jan, Manhattan
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I packed my daughter up for camp and drove her to MA a whole day early." —Margaret, Manhattan
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I told my daughter body boarding was easy and not to be scared. Right after that, she got tumbled by a wave and totally ate it." —Tara, Brooklyn
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I was sharing food with my two-year-old girl, and when she fed me with her hand, I accidentally bit one of her fingers!" —Ana, Queens 
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"That moment you realize you didn't remind your kid to clean up his toys and you step on a LEGO..."—Rebecca, Brooklyn
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"We had Metallica on in the car a few weeks ago. Now my daughter asks to listen to "Enter Sandman" on the drive to school every morning." —Jacki, Queens
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I pretended I was a robot to be funny and my son actually got scared and ran away." —Ellen, Manhattan
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"We were in late from a family trip the day before my kid's birthday. She cried the whole party out of exhaustion." —Alessandra
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I showed my son how to fold laundry. The next day, he told everyone his big boy underwear was bigger than mommy's." —Yukari, Queens
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Photograph: Lauren Spinelli"I left an iced mocha on the counter and my daughter drank it." —Rubi, Manhattan
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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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