Y’all, there’s no denying that we can all use a healthy dose of humor right about now.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve *almost* made it through an entire week of doing school and work from home. So if you haven’t killed your children or your spouse yet, you’re doing pretty good my friend!
Breaking up our coronavirus social feeds this week is none other than funny-man Trey Kennedy. The 27-year-old comedian shared a new video Thursday titled “Every Mom in America Right Now,” and you guys, IT’S LIKE HE HAS A CAMERA IN MY HOUSE.
Kennedy perfectly depicts “every mom in America right now,” who’s desperately trying to homeschool, entertain, and maximize this quarantine time with kids in the house.
“Just because you guys are home from school doesn’t mean we’re playing video games all day, you understand me?” He says, “I have some extra jobs for you guys right here.”
Battling boredom, distractions, and online schooling, Kennedy absolutely nails the struggle that is parenting through self-quarantine.
The end of the video is the absolute cherry on top as Kennedy holds up a book titled “American Prison,” and says, “Look, someone wrote a memoir about us.”
The struggle is REAL, mamas. But we WILL get through this. Let’s take it one laugh at a time and keep things light. And when the going gets tough, go watch a Trey Kennedy video.