She describes her typical day, which begins at 3:15amET, and ends about 17 hours later. “I tuck the kids in bed by 7:45, do my homework for the follow day’s show and fall into bed by 8:30. Repeat,” she says.
“Recently we had The Wiggles on our show. My children are big fans…so I brought the kids to the studio to watch them perform,” she says. “Now my daughters think I actually work with (or maybe for) The Wiggles! Every day when I come home from work, they ask about The Wiggles.”
(photo courtesy of WorkingMother.com)
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