Meteorologist Does Live Weather Report With Toddler Strapped To Her Back

Meteorologist Does Live Weather Report With Toddler Strapped To Her Back
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A US weather reporter has presented the evening’s weather live to air all with her 18-month year old strapped to her back.

But far from any form of a protest, meteorologist Susie Martin’s stunt was all in the name of a good cause – to promote  International Babywearing Week.

And the unnamed child appeared to show its full support, sleeping throughout mum’s reporting. Check it out below.

“I wanted to promote this wonderful tool that’s helped me as a mum and the bonding experience between mother and son,” Martin later told Good Morning America.

“I suppose it’s a way for the baby to be comforted. It was nice for me personally because I could multitask while comforting my child,” the mother said.

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