Check Out “KinderPerfect” – A Hilarious Game For Parents Like Us!

When I first read about KinderPerfect last spring on The Huffington Post and Scary Mommy, I was so excited to play. As a fan of games like Apples to Apples and Cards Against Humanity, the idea of a “parent version” sounded great. A fun way to relax and connect with your mommy and daddy friends? Yes, please! So when KinderPerfect put out the call to have bloggers review the game a few months ago, I jumped at the chance.

I was so excited when I received my complimentary game in the mail. It was like Christmas morning! Like the similar card games mentioned above, KinderPerfect includes both Question cards and Answer cards. Each round the “Parent”, or leader of the round, will read a red Question card and the other players will select a white Answer card from their hand of 10 cards to respond. The “Parent” then reads the cards they received out loud and selects his or her favorite. The person who submitted that white card wins the point for the round. [Note: Some cards are kind of NSFK (Not Safe For Kids) so playing with adults only is the way to go.]

As finding time to socialize with other parents without constantly attending to children is difficult, it took a while for me to find the opportunity to play this game. I had the chance this past weekend, and I am so glad I did! My husband and I played with another couple and enjoyed some much-needed laughs together.

Here are some of our favorite card combinations:

The game was so much fun, my only critique would be that there should be more Question cards to keep the game going. Well, KinderPerfect has this covered and is working on creating expansion packs in the future. In fact, if you want to submit your own ideas for cards, you can do so here.

If you have a dinner party coming up with your parent friends, a moms’ night or any other occasion where you want to laugh with other grown-ups, pick up KinderPerfect now. It is available for sale through Amazon. You won’t be disappointed!

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Note: I was given a free copy of KinderPerfect in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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