By Marissa Donovan

Bad Moms was the just beginning for the hilarious mom squad. A Bad Moms Christmas is the follow-up feature that shows the lives of Amy (Mila Kunis), Carla (Kathryn Hahn), and Kiki (Kristen Bellduring the chaotic winter holiday. The friends decide to rebel against the tradition of coordinating the holiday for their families and new love interests. Plans to relax during the holiday seem to go haywire once their own mothers stop by for a visit.

This holiday movie can provide us with relationship advice for the holidays!

Should you see it:

If you laughed over the crazy shenanigans from the last movie, you are bound to giggle over the raunchy humor and relatable mom jokes this film will provide.

Who to take:

This is definitely a girls’ night out movie. Take a break from shopping, and go with your friends! Due to the adult humor in this film, it’s best to let someone watch your kids instead of bringing them to the theater with you.

Cupid Advice:

In A Bad Moms Christmas, Amy’s love interest Jessie Harkness (Jay Hernandez) has his children celebrate Christmas with Amy’s kids. Amy tries to juggle looking after their children, getting ready for the holidays, and maintaining a relationship with Jessie. Like Amy, the holidays can be stressful for anyone in a new relationship. Here are some ways to keep your family and new partner happy during the holidays:

1. Take two large shopping trips separately: Shopping with your partner and your family can be stressful. Between secretly buying gifts for each other or losing each other in large crowds, it can make you want to pull your hair out! Instead of going together, plan two shopping trips. One trip can be spent with you and your partner, and the other trip can be spent with your family. It will be less stressful and you get to surprise each other with the gifts that you get!

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2. Decorate your home together: Bring out your holiday decorations, and let your partner and family bond over getting into the spirit of Christmas! You partner can help your children put a star or angel on the top of the tree or wrap the tree with lights. Everyone will enjoy getting festive as a family!

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3. Prepare a meal as a family: Instead of leaving all the cooking up to you, let your partner and family help. They can join in on creating christmas cookies or even mashing the potatoes. You will be less stressed out and your partner will get to know your family traditions when it comes to food!

What do you plan on doing with your family and partner during this holiday season? Let us know in the comments!