Does your life (at times) feel so challenging that you just want to crawl into a corner and hide?
Today, we’re talking to Deva Dalporto of YouTube fame. Yes, she’s the real woman behind the series of parody videos that you see on Facebook all the time. She’s the mom behind What Does the Kid Say?, My Lips are Movin’ and her brand new Back-to-School Rap. Listen in and find camaraderie in the fact that:
- Housekeeping is hard.
- Parenting is hard.
- Kids are hard.
- Life balance is hard.
- But there are millions of other moms out there who feel just like you do right now. And maybe, just maybe if you step back and allow yourself to find joy in the big and the little, that burden will be eased.
Listen in and find out how you can recapture the joy in your day-to-day life, then click over to Deva’s YouTube Channel to watch her hilarious parody videos and add a little laughter to your day.
Meet Our Guest
Deva Dalporto is the creator of the viral videos “Suburban Funk,” “I Just Need Some Space,” “What Does the Kid Say,” “Let It Go – Mom Parody.”
NBC recently called her the “Weird Al of YouTube Moms.” Her viral videos have been on The Today Show, People.com, CNN, Headline News, Fox News, Today Parents, Yahoo’s homepage, HuffPost Parents, Parents.com, and many more.
A former Senior Editor for Nickelodeon’s ParentsConnect, Deva’s writing has been featured on The Huffington Post, Yahoo! Bio.com and WeAreTeachers. Deva is a contributor to the anthologies I Just Want to Be Alone and The Bigger Book of Parenting Tweets. Deva blogs about the crazy, amazing journey of parenting at My Life Suckers.
She and her husband Roger are the parents of four young adults in San Jose, CA. When she’s not dating her husband or hanging out with her puggle Jake, Kathi is speaking at retreats, conferences and women’s events across the US.
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