G I V E A W A Y – Bad Moms Prescreening Passes

I am so very excited about the Bad Moms movie opening in theaters nationwide on July 29!



The trailer makes the movie look so real and relatable when it comes to the trials, the judgements, the crazy that is being a mom today. I mean at the end of the day we’re all just trying our best right?

In this new comedy from the writers of The Hangover, Amy has a seemingly perfect life – a great marriage, over-achieving kids, beautiful home and a career. However she’s over-worked, over-committed and exhausted to the point that she’s about to snap. Fed up, she joins forces with two other over-stressed moms on a quest to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities – going on a wild, un-mom-like binge of long overdue freedom, fun and self-indulgence – putting them on a collision course with PTA Queen Bee Gwendolyn and her clique of devoted perfect moms.

So I’ve been trying to think of my worst Bad Moms moments. Believe me I’ve got more than a few to choose from.

From totally forgetting to pick a kid up at golf practice {after it started pouring rain} Sorry T. to kids who fell down the steps because I left the gate at the top of the stairs open while chatting on the phone. The time I backed over our jogging stroller {thankfully empty} to the time {s} I’ve left my kids in the car while running into the post office or grabbing a pizza. Some might say putting ones’ kids to bed at 5:30 for the night makes a bad mother but I swear those years were survival and still others think letting them stay out on Hennepin Avenue until midnight for the Aquatennial isn’t ok either.

There are plenty. The good news is we’re all in this together and I’d like to think we’re all just trying to do our best.

What are your bad mom moments?

Share your #BadMomMoment for a chance to win passes to the advance screening of #BadMoms on Thursday, July 21st 7:30 p.m. at AMC Southdale!

Five winners will be chosen and announced Tuesday July 19 by noon.


  1. Lisa Bissen says:

    Yelling at other kids who are blocking my view during my kid’s hockey game…#badmoms

  2. Yelling at my child for being squirmy while playing on my phone 🙁 #badmommoment

  3. Ann Ontjes says:

    Putting Lindsey in the trunk to change her diaper just as a police officer was driving by. The expression on his face was priceless!!!

  4. Ok so I also have a million #badmommoments but I would say my most frequent is putting my kids in the car WAY before we have to leave so I can go back inside, finish getting ready and clean up my house!! I also happen to think it’s my most cleaver idea for survival with young kids! Judge away ladies it works for me!! #badmommoment

  5. Stacy Zachman says:

    My kid and a neighbor kid were about 3 and playing in the backyard. I lost them for a few minutes and started running around frantically. The neighbor mom (whose kid I was watching) came out on her deck and said that she had just gotten home and the kids were in her house eating Popsicles! #badmommoment

  6. Instead of going straight home from work to relieve my mother in law and be with my baby, I sometimes use the kid-free time to run errands, which is more often along the lines of going to Starbucks, picking up a snack that I can enjoy uninterrupted, doing a little shopping, or getting my nails done… #badmommoment

  7. Michelle Campbell says:

    I have many but one of the worst was when I took the girls sledding. At the bottom of the hill was a fence. MacKenzie said one more time before we go mom…so I said ok! Then she went down, hit the bottom/fence and broke her leg! Not sure why going down a hill with a chain link fence at the bottom seemed like a good idea?!

  8. I have a blog called The Mad Mommy, I have too many Bad Mom moments to count, LOL!