The candid mama, who has a 2-year-old at home, wants to help other new moms navigate the world of parenting, and she says no topic is off limits.
All the women, who are independent, throw your hands up at me!
Grammy winner Kelly Rowland is pretty much the definition of an independent woman. She's a singer, an author, and a television personality, plus a mom to 2-year-old son Titan. And the former member of Destiny's Child has just announced over on Instagram that she's a YouTuber now with the launch of her new channel for modern millennial mamas.
"I'm doing this channel because I wanted a cool, fun space for the new modern mom," she explains in the trailer. "We basically have to juggle our home life, our kids, our work. We have a lot on our plate. We're going to be making sure that all you moms out there do not feel alone the way I did at the beginning of my motherhood."
It seems like a perfect fit for the candid star, coming on the heels of her new book "Whoa, Baby!", in which she openly dishes about things like having pregnancy nipples that look like UFOs, and the shock of seeing her not-so-cute post-pregnancy vagina. I mean, with this kind of candor, we can't wait to see what Rowland brings to the table in a forum already known for its bounty of secret divulgers and oversharers!
The plan is to cover topics like food, music, fashion, and work. Plus, Rowland says she'll sit down to have convos with other millennial women about balancing homelife and career.
"It's also gonna be an open door for my friends to stop by and chat about all the things that they want to talk about," she explains. "The sky is the limit."
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So does this mean we can expect Queen Bey to pop in and whine about how hard it is to lose the baby weight after popping out twins sometime in the fall?
Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and mom of two who writes about parenting and pop culture. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Instagram and Twitter.