bad parenting

After viewing the infamous movie, "Bad Moms", I decided what a great way to introduce my new parenting series. This is not something for the faint of heart. This series is simply a hard-core, heavy hitting, ground breaking, and no holds barred series that has the ability to change your life. And your family will thank you for it.
My girls have said the "F" word and "oh, sh*t." I'm not a perfect parent. I don't always say the right thing. Sometimes I forget that these little monkeys I live with act like parakeets -- repeating everything I say. Both my husband and I are guilty of this.
After finishing the book, "Rising Strong" by Brene Brown, the final pages really resonated with me. She was talking about rumbling with different emotions and a couple them really stuck out to me. Pain and trauma. The reason these stuck out so much for me is because my childhood was filled with both.
The father allegedly said, "I know I am messing up."
I'd love to know what other parents would have done. If your child had planted himself or herself at the front of the middle aisle at an outdoor wedding, how would you have handled it? What would your first or second or third -- or tenth--thought have been?
I don't have plans to offer my kids cash again for a movie night -- at least not any time soon -- but the evening was really lovely, and it wouldn't have happened without that lousy ten bucks.
Police are scouring a creek outside Myrtle Beach, SC, for a missing infant who disappeared under suspicious circumstances
"He told her it was to shoot the bad guys," sheriff says.
I feel like I'm about to witness a heinous car crash, and even throwing myself on the painted lines in the middle of the road wouldn't stop it.