Pandemic parenting: CBS 58 meteorologists balance work and home life
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Feb 2, 2022 4:47 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The pandemic has changed how people balance parenting and work.
CBS 58 Meteorologist Rebecca Schuld recently went viral for holding her baby, Fiona, in her arms as she shared the forecast with viewers.
But she's not the only CBS 58 meteorologist who received national attention for their pandemic parenting. Watch the video above for her interview with Meteorologist Justin Thompson-Gee and CBS 58's Amanda Porterfield.
But working from home doesn't just affect parents, it affects kids, too.
Amanda Porterfield asked her 11-year-old son Christian what he thought about pandemic work from home life. Here's what he had to say: