Serena Williams- “So Happy To Have Spent Time With New CEO”


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American Tennis star Serena Williams is spending her quarantine days with 2-year-old daughter Alexis Olympia and lovable husband Alexis Ohanian, the co-founder and executive chairman of the social news website Reddit. At the same time, Serena became a full-time Mother, Cook, and Cleaner for her beautiful family.

“I’m a Full-Time Mom”-23-time Grand Slam Champion Serena Williams

During the Coronavirus pandemic, Former World No.01 Serena Williams has shared pieces of advice about parenthood through various social media posts. 

Mother Serena said to People Magazine “I kinda love being a full-time mom and not having the responsibilities to travel and play but now that I’m training again, it’s become a lot.”

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“I love to spend so much time with Olympia, but it’s interesting. “She’s in every single call that I have, every single meeting. I feel like she’s getting a little bit of it so she’s going to be a really good businesswoman when this is all over,” she added. 

“A rare look at my internal meeting. Olympia is in every meeting I have. It’s pretty awesome. My baby CEO. I’m so happy to have spent all day everyday together.”

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“Being A Mom Is Not Easy”- 2-years-old child Mother Serena

Serena Williams,38, also recommended to the parents, you don’t be afraid to let your child explore.

“The advice I can only give is to really be scheduled on your day,” she says. “I have really tight schedules and I make sure to try to do as much as I can on time.”

“Also, like, include your kids!” Williams says, adding that they are “the voice of the future,” regardless of age. “I like to think of it as we’re living a future history lesson and that’s very rare.”

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“My advice to parents is [to] always bring your kids in and let them,” she explains. “You never know what they’re going to pick up on.”


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