Lacey Chabert reveals that she's been a 'Mean Girl' to another mom

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Lacey Chabert reveals that she's been a 'Mean Girl' to another mom

The 36-year-old mom of one opened up about how some moms can be judgmental.

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Lacey Chabert may have put Gretchen Weiners' "Mean Girls" character long behind her, but that doesn't mean she doesn't make an appearance in her life every now and again.

Explain to your kids why values are important. The simple answer: When you're kind, generous, honest, and respectful, you make the people around you feel good. More important, you feel good about yourself.

The 36-year-old mom revealed that she's been mean to another parent.

While playing a mom-friendly version of Never Have I Ever game with Carissa Culiner for E!'s YouTube series Mom2Mom, Chabert took a gulp of wine when Culiner asked her: "Never has mommy gone all mean girl on another mom for something they said."

"Well, because women be [expletive] sometimes," Culiner stated as she took her own sip of wine.

Chabert explained that although she has an amazing group of mom friends surrounding her, there are also moms who are just super 'competitive' and 'judgmental.'

"I have found in the community of motherhood, there are also some incredibly, maybe the most judgmental people I have met in my life," explained the mom of one. "Like, 'I can't believe you do that!' or 'Your baby doesn't do that.'"

During the game, Chabert also confessed to the following parenting "sins":

  • Pretending to be asleep so her husband would take care of the baby
  • Using her child as an excuse to get out of plans she didn't want to attend
  • Lying to her daughter about her toy being broken

Chabert welcomed her first child, Julia, with her husband Dave Nehdar in 2016.

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Pick your battles. Kids can't absorb too many rules without turning off completely. Forget arguing about little stuff like fashion choices and occasional potty language. Focus on the things that really matter - that means no hitting, rude talk, or lying.

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