Jennifer Garner Highlights Parenting Struggles In Quarantine In Hilarious Promo Video: "The Juggle Is Real"

Jennifer Garner Highlights Parenting Struggles In Quarantine In Hilarious Video: "The Juggle Is Real"
September 1, 2020 - 19:34 / Amanda Stanford

Jennifer Garner is getting real about the realities many mothers all over the world are struggling with as we still hunker down during the novel Coronavirus pandemic. In a new hilarious video posted to her Instagram, Garner shares her struggle!

Celebrity or not, quarantine has been hard on us all, especially mothers! Jennifer Garner posted a humourous video to her Instagram highlighting the challenges she is facing while at home with her three children.

The video, which is an ad for her organic food company, highlights what most moms have to juggle on a daily basis!

Jennifer Garner keeps it honest

Jennifer Garner posts a hilarious, yet all-too-true reality many mothers are faced with during this pandemic. Many moms are forced to play roles of nanny, maid, chef, and teacher while the world takes a small pause.

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In the video, which is also an ad for her organic food company Once Upon A Farm, Garner rushes to get food prepped for all three of her children while trying to hop on a conference call.

"Whatever Back-to-School means for you this year—it’s here!" she captioned the video.

"If you’ve been hired to teach Reading, Writing and ’Rithmatic - let us make your job as Snack Lady a whole lot easier," she added.

On Friday's podcast episode of Raising Good Humans, Garner shares the struggles she's facing with trying to balance this new normal with her three kids Violet, 14, Seraphina, 11, and Samuel, 8, all of whom she shares with ex-husband Ben Affleck. 

Garner also said that her eldest daughter, Violet, is heading into her first year of high school virtually and has an "incredibly tough load of classes."

"I feel like the transition into school for her feels almost unfair because I know she’s going into a real crunch of a year, but without the anticipation of being with her classmates," she said.

"I just want to help her shift gears in a healthy way, and also to set the boundaries that I would set if she had an early bus ride or whatever, that she does have to go to bed," she added.