Reese Witherspoon jokes about having to use Snapchat to communicate with her kids as they head back to school
She’s not a regular mom, she’s a cool mom.
Reese Witherspoon, 43, gave some renowned parenting advice on how to communicate with kids.
The actress took to her Instagram to share she has resorted to chatting with her kids on Snapchat. But this time, it seems as though her kids forgot to fill her in on their school supply list until it was the last minute.
Uh-oh! Reese Witherspoon gave some renowned parenting advice on how to communicate with kids after they seemingly waited until the last minute to ask her for school supplies
‘Are you seriously telling me TODAY about all the school supplies you need tomorrow?’ she wrote alongside the photo on Instagram.
‘How to talk to your kids on snapchat… the filter adds a much more serious tone, don’t you think? #momlife #backtoschool’ she added.
The mother of three shared the photo of her in a sun hat wearing white headphones with a filter of black glasses as she blankly looked into the camera.
Reese is the mother to Ava, 19, Deacon, 15, and Tennessee, aged six. She didn’t specify which kid needed the school supplies.
Morning Show: Reese’s new series co-starring Jennifer Aniston premieres on Apple’s new streaming service coming this fall
Earlier this week, it was announced that Reese has a new project in the works.
According to Variety, Netflix’s new lifestyle series will add the working mom as one of its producers
The Home Edit company’s Clea Sherer and Joanna Teplin will come ready to organize fan’s lives and remove all clutter to help inspire viewers everywhere.
This isn’t the first time Reese has stepped behind the camera.
She was an executive producer for her hit HBO show, Big Little Lies as well as her new Apple series, The Morning Show.
And finally the outlet also reports, she’s set to star in and executive produce in the new Hulu series, Little Fires Everywhere.
Family outing: Reese poses with her daughter Ava and son Deacon at the 29th American Cinematheque Award in which Reese was honored