Tamron Hall and her baby boy Moses are adorable on the March cover of Parents magazine.
In the “Mom Boss” themed Issue, Tamron who has a huge social media following, shares with readers what a day in her life is like since getting married, having a baby, and launching her own talk show.
I don’t mind Instagram, with all its filters, as long as we also get real and say, ‘Do you know how many pictures I took before I posted this one?’ ” says Hall. “If we all just rip off our masks and say, ‘Damn it, this is hard,’ we can release the pressure we unnecessarily endure. We’re all just doing the best we can.
Tamron day starts at 5:35 a.m. and consist of kissing her husband, letting her dog out, and spending time with baby Moses before she leaves the house at 6:30 a.m. to head to work.
I don’t feel bad about saying goodbye to Moses. It’s the reality of being a working mom. I also love my job. I mean, if I hit the Powerball, would they hear from me again? Probably not. But I try not to focus on the leaving part too much. I just give Moses a kiss and go.
By 8:00 a.m. Tam and her diverse team are preparing for the show.
I hired a diverse staff. I know how it feels being the only woman to walk into a room full of men. I also know how it feels to be the only woman of color to walk into a room of white women. So for my show, I addressed not only the gender disparity in the television industry but also the racial disparity. When I say, “Sisterhood is real,” I include all women.
During her day, Tamron juggles a lot, but makes sure to check on baby Moses and call her husband.
My nanny texts. Moses is going down for his nap. My husband set up a camera-intercom system so I can see and talk to Moses. I always check in before his naps and say hi via intercom. “See you soon, Mosey!” Now’s also the time when I do my Amazon orders. I recently said to my husband, “Do you think those paper towels just magically appear?” I have this “I can handle it all” attitude, but I’m trying to stop. Not as a punishment to Steven, but as a lesson to myself. I have a partner and should pass off some of the household management.