‘BBC Dad Interview’ Parody Shows What Mom Would’ve Done and It’s SO ACCURATE

Not to bash the original BBC Dad interview, buuuuuut…this is perfection! Mom’s got this, as we all knew she would!

In this re-imagining of the now-famous BBC dad interview where Professor Robert Kelly’s 3-year-old daughter Marion came busting in on him while he was on live TV, the creators wonder how MOM would have handled it if she was the one in the hot seat when the kids came marching in.

As a work at home mom, this has happened to me MULTIPLE times while on video conference calls—thank goodness I have NO reason to be on live TV! But unlike Kelly, I don’t have a wife to handle the kiddos for me—and my husband works outside the home. Much like this mom, I just have to deal with it and not miss a beat.

Although this is an exaggerated account, I think most multi-tasking mamas will certainly RELATE! We do it all, handling the unexpected as if it’s expected. It’s a beauty and a burden on womanhood…but I’ll take it!

In other news,  I am loving all the press little Marion Kelly is getting! She’s my new hero, the way she busted in on dad with all that confidence and swagger! And those glasses are too adorable for words. Can’t wait to see what big things Marion does as she grows up!

Jenny Rapson
Jenny Rapson is a follower of Christ, a wife and mom of three from Ohio and a freelance writer and editor. You can find her at her blog, Mommin' It Up, or follow her on Twitter.

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