Mom's hilarious 'mom police' skits have mothers everywhere nodding and chuckling
The items she pulls out of her 'Molice' vest are perfection.
Parenting is a long, tough gig no matter how you slice it. And if we don't approach the process with a healthy amount of humor, it's even harder. Being able to laugh about the pitfalls and woes of parenting is one of the keys to not losing your everlovin' mind as you strive to raise good humans.
Enter Bridgett Mack, mom, author, motivational speaker, pastor's wife … and friendly neighborhood "Molice" officer.
Practically every parent wishes they had someone on speed dial who could help us when we are at our wits' end or when our offspring are doing something we don't know how to handle. Someone with some kind of authority, who had the power and skill to convince our children to cease their tomfoolery. Someone these kids might listen to when they've tuned mom and dad out.
An officer of the peace in the parenting sense, if you will.
That's why Mack's mom police—or Molice, as she calls it—skits have gained a following on TikTok. Decked out in a Molice vest stocked with a two-way radio, a stationery pad, a dozen or so pairs of backup glasses, a spatula, a face roller, a fan and more, Mack plays the role to perfection.
Watch her pull over a speeding teen:
The Molice (mom police) pulls over speeding teen.
"The Molice knows everything." Yes. Yes. This is the kind of help we need.
How about calling in help for the teen who won't clean their room?
Episode 2: Teen won’t clean room #molice #bmackwrites
Her giggle at the end gets me every time.
The Molice does investigations as well, and hoo boy, is she thorough.
The Elders are still traumatized from Keisha’s last boyfriend. They have asked me to her current boyfriend before deciding on whether or not, he can attend the family Christmas party.
(There's a Part 2 and Part 3 as well.)
If only parents really could call in the Molice when we want to get to the bottom of something or need a little help straightening out our kiddos. Can we make this a real thing, please, Mama Mack?