Parent guilt: hysterical video has parents confess their biggest slip-ups

These parents aren't afraid to admit their mess ups, and their confessions are downright hysterical!

It's difficult for a parent to say that they haven't had a few blunders here or there. It's only natural that they make a mistake every now and then. Some of them are severe, and some of them are downright hilarious.

Luckily, today we'll be focusing on the latter.

Earlier this week BabyLeague released a video that serves as a parental confession booth. These parents decided they would share their biggest and most humorous child-rearing faux pas.

Let's take a look at some of the funniest entries on this hysterical list of errs:

 

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"I made my daughter wear her school uniform inside out because I didn't get around to doing the laundry," this dad confesses. "She does that sometimes anyway. This time, I just didn't correct her."

 

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This mom's kid lost his first tooth and was eagerly awaiting the arrival of the legendary Tooth Fairy! Unfortunately, the Tooth Fairy never came. Why? Because, as this mom reveals, "The Tooth Fairy was watching the season finale of The Bachelor..."

 

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This mom would do just about anything to provide for her kids, but sometimes Momma's got to eat! She admits that one time "There was no food in the fridge I was starving, so...I ate my kid's baby food."

 

Tsk, tsk tsk, parents. These are some pretty serious blunders. But hey, we're not saying these are bad parents. They're just honest and willing to share the mistakes that they (hopefully) learned from. Luckily for us, their slip-ups are pretty funny!

You can watch the video in its entirety below for more outrageous parenting mishaps:


What are your biggest mess ups, parents? Do you have a funny story that you'd like to share?

 

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