Parenting is a tough job, no one will ever tell you otherwise. Except probably these parents because they are obviously horrible people.
If you're this woman, you're doing it wrong. When Patricia Krentcil's freshly tanned five-year-old is old enough to be terrified of her mother's face, she may put herself up for adoption. Sorry, sorry, that was harsh. Child Protective Services may do that first.
Now, I'm not 100% on this because I'm not a parent or anything, but I don't think you're supposed to put anything with a heartbeat into a microwave. This also applies to your children. Once again, I'm no expert, but the baby crying hysterically in this picture totally has my back.
If you get a matching tattoo with your 10-year-old, you're doing it wrong. Listen, tattoos are totally cool but best left for those probably over the age of eighteen who are ready for those awesome butterfly tramp stamps. No doubt this kid will be the coolest kid in school until he goes through that growth spurt and his tattoo becomes a stretched out indecipherable image. "Oh hey, cool tattoo, is that a horse riding an ice cream cone?" "I don't even know anymore, man, I got it before I had fully formed memories."
If you're giving your not even a decade old daughter botox injections, you're doing it wrong. There aren't enough words in any dictionary in any language to justify the fact that you, as a parent, want to show your little girl just how not beautiful she is by shooting botulin into her face to correct those pesky pre-pubescent wrinkles.
If you're funneling beer the day your baby was probably born, you're doing it wrong. I'm sorry to break it to you, but nine months ago you were doing the same exact thing and well, let's just say you aren't currently blacking out in front of the result. Maybe, just maybe, you should take a month or two off from the frat you graduated from three years ago and take care of your child. Just a suggestion.