Ask any parent, their children are pretty much perfect in their eyes. But that's the problem, the love that parents have for their children could be blinding them from seeing a growing problem.
A study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln found that some parents are overlooking their kids' obesity.
The researchers analyzed 20 years of data from nearly seventy studies of children ages 2 to 18-years-old.
Researchers found more than 50 percent of parents underestimated the weight of their overweight or obese child.
This has important implications for kids and parents.