This movie is at least partially targeted toward parents, the sleep-deprived teachers and child guardians who deal with potty issues, feeding time, crying and also the rewards that pop up from time to time. The film features some funny moments including one in which Holly Berenson (Katherine Heigl) and Eric Messer (Josh Duhamel) do NOT want to change one nasty diaper. Parents and babysitters will all relate to the moment.
The premise is that baby Sophie’s parents unfortunately suddenly die and it is in their will that their good friends Holly and Eric should raise their daughter. Holly and Eric had once been set up to go out on a date and it was a disaster before it even got started. But they somehow manage to take on the responsibility and hang in there and they begin to learn they are more right for each other than they ever would have dreamed.
Although the movie has some nice moments, there is also a scene which has bothered some audience members which includes baby Sophie beginning to walk. Holly is not in the room and as she races to see her, after first getting out of the bathtub, she yells at Eric to not let her walk anymore until she gets there. His response is to jab her in the stomach so she promptly falls back and sits on her rear. It was uncomfortable watching how it was done and definitely not in good taste.
At any rate, the film contains strong language and sexual comments as well as unmarried couples sleeping together so we are unable to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to the movie.