Hilary Duff admits to struggling with son's homework in hilarious Instagram post
Hilary Duff took to Instagram yesterday to share a hilarious snap of her attempting to coach her son, Luca, through his homework.
The erstwhile Disney star left school in third grade to pursue her acting career, and this hasn't proved to be a fruitful when it comes to homework duties.
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This guy with his spirit and kindness 💔 Homework is already no joke in 2nd grade," Duff captioned the post, which sees her pull a face alongside her seven-year-old. "I stopped going to “real” school in 3rd grade so I’m actually doomed... I am left scratching my head alll the time looking at his homework and I’m terrified for next year! Although Singapore math is the shit....also learned a lot about tick birds this week. #rhinosbegrateful."
In related news, parenting can sure be tough, and Hilary isn't afraid to be candid when it comes to the matter.
Hilary welcomed her second child, Banks, with her partner, Matthew Koma, last October, and she's been inundating her Instagram with adorable snaps of the newborn ever since. Earlier this year, however, she shared one of her most candid posts yet; detailing her experience with breastfeeding.
"THIS ONE’S FOR THE LADIES Just a few thoughts that I wanted to share on Breast-feeding [sic]," she began. "Last week was my last week nursing Banks (my six month old). I am a working mom of two. My goal was to get my little girl to six months and then decide if I (and her of course) wanted to keep going. Let me tell you. Pumping at work sucks."
"I had zero down time and am usually pumping in a hair and make up trailer while four hands work to get me ready for the next scene with lots of other people around," Hilary continued. "Even if I had the luxury to be in my own room, it’s not even considered a “break” because you have to sit upright for the milk to flow into the bottles!"
"With the stress of a dropping milk supply and a baby that was getting bored or not caring about nursing when I was available to. I was sad and frustrated and feeling like a failure all of the time. When really I’m a bad ass rock star. Moms get high on feeling like superwoman...because we are! Doing too much, because we can! [sic]" she concluded.
You go, Hilary!