Modern-day motherhood, a viral prom date between mother and son, and why mothers matter

Flashpoint
May 13, 2018 - 10:08 am
Temple Professors Judith Levine, stay-at-home mom and Mom's Club past President Amanda Parashir, and working mom and newsmaker Myia Hurst discuss modern-day momming with Cherri Gregg.

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PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Recent video of Duchess Kate Middleton wearing heels, stockings and a dress while holding her newborn just hours after giving birth caused reaction from mothers around the world. 

Is there pressure on moms to do it all and look great while making it happen? 

Temple Professors Judith Levine, stay-at-home mom and Mom's Club past President Amanda Parashir, and working mom and newsmaker Myia Hurst weigh in on the phenomenon of modern-day momming.

Also, Fatima and Nassir Faruq made headlines when the mother-son duo attended prom together. Why he asked, why she said yes and the reaction they received.  

Finally, Susan Rose, founder of Mothers Matter, discusses why she founded the South Jersey-based nonprofit and explains how the work they do helps mothers dealing with tough times.

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