I still can't figure out why the bad reviews keep mentioning the kids and how they were not in a lot of the scenes. Like this one:
"The only scene I enjoyed in this film was the one in which Mila Kunis' character goes to the spa with her daughter. It was a genuine moment between the two, and was equally entertaining and touching. Therin lies the biggest problem with Bad Moms: it too often forgets about the children. When it focuses on the relationships between the struggling mothers and their kids, Bad Moms shines. However, instead it wastes time on partying and petty fighting while the audience is wondering: "who's taking care of the kids?"
This movie was intended to be funny not be heartfelt and touching all the way through. It was not about the children as much as it was about moms being "bad moms" having a good time with friends and taking a break from such a tedious life running errands, working and tending to their children. It didn't waste time on partying or petty fighting and no one (except someone without a sense of humor) is thinking about "who is taking care of the kids?"
Laugh a little and get over it.