At the time of quarantine of the coronavirus epidemic, most parents are homeschooling their children, Drew Barrymore is also doing the experience. She has shared the Up & Down experience of teaching children at home with everyone.
Barrymore was called to a show on Tuesday, in which she spoke to Savannah Guthrie and said that the homeschooling of her daughters Olive and Frankie along with her work during the quarantine is very challenging for her.
Drew told Guthrie “I don’t know if there are good days and bad days. I think there are good hours and bad hours. I cried every day, all day long.”
“It was like every church and state. It was the messiest plate I’ve ever held in my life to be the teacher, the parent, the disciplinarian, the caretaker.”
Barrymore appreciates the teachers’ work and said “I didn’t think I needed to respect and appreciate teachers any more than I did.”
“Then you start to get some systems and you see people on social media making lists and you’re like, aaarghh. You find your way. You’re resilient.”
Barrymore Said “I’m one in a sea of people that’s supporting this.”
“The thing that I take away from this as well is, this is a moment in time where everyone is putting their separate companies aside and going into alignment.”