This Working Mom Wore Her Baby to Work—on the Local News


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Sometimes being a working mom means the work never really stops, especially when you’re a meteorologist like this mom! When this working mom wore her baby on air, she got plenty of well-deserved attention. Read on to find out why.

Recently, Utah meteorologist Susie Martin went on air and did her entire weather forecast with her kiddo on her back. So why did Martin wear her baby to work? Well it wasn’t exactly out of necessity. Instead the mama wore her baby in recognition of International Baby-wearing Week.

Not only did her news viewers see Martin’s baby-wearing ways, but plenty of other people also got to watch the so-sweet clip. After the weather service Praedictix posted the clip on Facebook, the video went viral. With more than 1.6 million views already, it’s clear that the baby-wearing mama is an instant internet star…or maybe it’s her son who is the true star of the show!

Amazingly, Martin’s cute kiddo managed to doze off while she was filming. Even through lights, cameras and plenty of action, her tot seemed completely comfortable on his mother’s back.

Hmm. A child who can sleep during a noisy newscast? Maybe there really is something to this baby-wearing thing!

—Erica Loop

Featured Photo: Josh Willink via Pexels



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