Whitney Cummings Demonstrates How She’s Thriving As a Working Mom

The actress and comedian gave birth to a son late last year.
Whitney Cummings

Whitney Cummings.

Last December, comedian Whitney Cummings announced on Instagram that she had welcomed her first child. “3-D printed a human,” she wrote at the time, alongside a selfie with a tiny baby hand holding on to her chest. “Enjoy me never having brushed hair again.”

Earlier this month, she introduced her baby boy, Henry, to her 1.5 million followers on the platform, and since then, her newborn has made a few funny appearances on her social media account. On Jan. 29, the 41-year-old actress and producer showed how she’s quickly adapting to life as a multitasking mama. In the video, Cummings propped her baby on her lap atop a pillow and simultaneously fed Henry with a bottle while holding it in place with her chin and typing on her laptop.

“i’m officially a MILF - Mom I’d Like To Fire bc all these e-mails are misspelled,” she quipped in her caption.

The majority of the Made of Honor actress’s fans found it comical and left their support in the comments section.

“Queen of the Multi-tasking @whitneycummings,” one person wrote.

“I didn’t think of using the pillow! Genius!!!” someone else noted.

“Seeing you as a mommy makes my heart smile!” another fan gushed.

“I love mother Whitney 😂❤️,” an additional user applauded. “I’m loving this era.”

“I love your mom vibes!” someone else cheered. “You’re not that uptight mom! You’re a mom who’s acting like she’s on her third baby and i love it! Keep it going!!!❤️💕💕💕.”

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