Dad Goes Viral As He Gives a Sports-Style Press Conference about Parenting on a Typical Day
Evan Kyle Berger's press conference was impressive, but his "game" was different. In lieu of discussing collecting rebounds, he talked about his day with his children.
Evan Kyle Berger of the Dumb Dad podcast is seen sitting with his microphone in front of a sponsor wall in a hilarious TikTok video captioned, "Hate doing these but it's part of the deal."
Berger starts by summarizing the day. He claims they got behind early and that coming back from spilled milk and one of his children drawing on the wall took too much time.
"It felt like we were losing our heads there for a minute, so we wanted to just calm things down and get back to the basics."
Millions of people have watched the hilarious video. Several viewers also left comments on the now-viral post. An individual hailed the video as frighteningly accurate and extremely well done.
As Alissa tickles her two sons, she shows how she stops the activity when they ask her to stop.
In related news, Alissa, 32, a Chicago-based elementary school teacher, went viral on TikTok last April after sharing her techniques for teaching her children consent and body autonomy.
A video Alissa posted on the platform illustrates how she models consent while parenting, with examples of how she asks her boys' permission before hugging them or getting them dressed.
During hair brushing, the doting mother also shows how she asks her children if they need assistance, posing the question: "I noticed your hair needs some brushing. May I brush it for you?"
As Alissa tickles her two sons, she shows how she stops the activity when they ask her to stop. The video also shows the teacher asking her child for permission before embracing him.
Another parent, Shiri Kenigsberg Levi, a special education teacher, also won the Internet recently after she made a rant about homeschooling her children while the COVID-19 was being dealt with
Meanwhile, a kindergarten teacher from Seattle, Garrett Talcott, organized a virtual field trip for his class last March. The idea that the lesson would become viral on TikTok never occurred to him.
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