When it comes to parenthood, we can relate.
Your kids have some disgusting habits. We’ll talk about them. Your husband served nachos for breakfast? That sounds good. You cried today? That’s gonna happen.
These are the ups and downs of motherhood, and we are here for them all.
Join WQAD News 8 anchor Denise Hnytka as she explores parenthood on a MOTHER level. She’s opening up about what makes being a mom the best/worst/most amazing/unexpected adventure in life.
You’ll meet unstoppable moms who handle the home life while launching their own businesses. And we’ll teach the men a thing or two about multi-tasking when we explore parenthood through their eyes.
Find the show @onamotherlevel on Instagram and it's host @denisewqad.
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Amy Liz Harrison's new memoir explores the problem of mommy wine culture, where it's become normal to use wine as a way to celebrate with friends, cope with being sad, or destress from a long day.
From her website:
"Here’s the nutshell, Cliff Notes version : “Mommy playdate drinking“ coupled with the high flying lifestyle of an airline executive’s wife, led to my disintegration into the depths of alcoholism. By the time I had my first 4 kids, I was drinking around the clock and eventually hit a soul-crushing brokenness I had never known. (Spoiler Alert = I have a mugshot out there at King County Jail.)
BUT, I managed to get sober, my husband stayed with me, and I’ve given birth to four MORE kids. Yup - that means 8 in total - and I’m not even Mormon. (NO offense to Mormons, it’s a joke because I’m often asked if I am one.)
This spring commemorates a decade of continuous sobriety for me, and it seemed like the perfect time to share my journey. From essentially being the “Fyre Festival” of motherhood to becoming a sober mom of 8, it’s a wild ride and I’m so honored to have you along for it!"