unparental

unparental

(ˌʌnpəˈrɛntəl)
adj
not befitting a parent
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(10) This decidedly unparental act is no doubt largely responsible for Apsu's frequent identification as a monster, as in a discussion by Livingstone: In the first tablet of the epic it is explained how a primeval monster, the Apsu, came to be slain by Ea, Marduk's father, and how Ea established his residence on the monster's body.
Not really, but I have glimpsed the doily in the mind, with gaps where the unparental laser burned through.
In fact, for the parent not to have held their child would have been considered "unparental."