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Mom tracks down daughter on gaming platform and tells her to defrost the lasagna

Watson said, 'I was like, ‘People got to see what I go through to get in touch with my child.''

Mom tracks down daughter on gaming platform and tells her to defrost the lasagna
Cover Image Source: Facebook | ChaCha Watson

Some things never change when it comes to moms. A mother tracked down her daughter on a gaming platform to tell her to take the dinner out of the freezer before she reached home. ChaCha Watson, hailing from Chicago, was trying to call her daughter, Miracle, but she did not pick up. She immediately logged onto Roblox, a gaming platform, and asked her to take out lasagna and garlic bread from the freezer so that she can cook it once she got home. 

Watson posted about the incident on Facebook on January 4, Wednesday. She captioned it, “When my baby don’t answer the phone I pull up on ROBLOX 😭.” It soon went viral. 



 

Narrating the incident, she said that her daughter was in the "beginning stage" of the game when Watson popped up on the game. So her daughter pulled up and then she "got into a car with her daughter's avatar in the game." Watson said, “And I said, ‘You see me calling you!’ and then she was like, ‘I'm sorry mom.’" Watson asked her daughter to take out food from the freezer, as reported by Scary Mommy. Watson, who is also a comedian, said this is one of her ways to show the "hilarious lengths" that moms go to get through to their children. She said, "I was like, ‘People got to see what I go through to get in touch with my child.'"

However, she said that she loves playing Roblox with Miracle. Being a single mother, she said that she has to work very hard to provide for her family and this is one of their common interests which helps her to connect with her daughter. Watson said, "Being a single parent, you just want to make sure that you’re spending time with your kids. That’s really important to me — to make sure I’m spending quality time with her. So I downloaded Roblox and ... that was just one of the best things ever." She suggested all parents should find out a game or hobby that their children are interested in and that would help to connect with the kids and also to get to know more about the children. “Try actually going and playing with them, it's actually really fun and my daughter, she really loves it,” she said.



 

 

Watson also joked that parents should not download games to tell children what they need to do. Talking about single moms, it is often difficult for them to manage everything on their own. However, a Tiktoker Kristin, a single parent, spoke about an army of moms backing her up and they call it a “mommune.” They help each other out whenever needed. And one such instance was when Kristin became sick. They not only baked her favorite cookies, they even made home-cooked soup and took her children to the park so that she could take rest.



 

 

The Tiktok video starts with the caption, “When you’re sick AF but live in a Mommune so you get treated like this.” Then goes on to show a text message which reads, “Your cookies are done” and she says that these are her favorite type of cookies made from scratch. She then shows homemade vegetable soup being made for her and her kids. The video concludes with the in-lay text, “This is your sign to move into a mommune.”

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