Welcome to my blog!
I’m a mom muddling through life with my two adorable life suckers and my life-sucking husband. I was a Senior Editor for Nickelodeon’s parenting website for 6 years where I wrote about snot and ear infections. And then I got a lovely (and by lovely, I mean horrible) autoimmune disorder called Hashimoto’s. So I left my job. Got healthy. Got bored. And then my husband bought me a video camera.
After cursing him for two months straight for spending so much money on it, I finally used it. I created my first video What Does the Kid Say for fun. The video went viral which was shocking and intense and insane and amazing. A few months later I made a second video and went viral again with my Let It Go – Mom Parody. And then again and again and again. I’ve “gone viral” now over twenty times and my videos have garnered over 250 million views. CRAZY!!!!! My videos have been featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, ABC, NBC, Fox, Yahoo’s homepage and many, many more. NBC called me the “Weird Al of YouTube Moms” which is pretty much the best compliment ever. You can check out all the coverage of my work on my press page. And you can watch all of my parodies and funny (I hope) funny mom videos on my YouTube channel.
Thanks so much for being here and for joining me on this crazy, amazing journey! We can muddle along together. And be warned, I like to write and make videos with a sense of humor because I like to laugh at the insanity of life, so please don’t take me too seriously. My kids aren’t always total life suckers. Not when they’re sleeping, anyway.
So glad you’re here!
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PPS- You pronounce my name “Day-va” not “Diva” thankfully!
PPPS- All the work on here is copyrighted and can’t be reprinted or embedded without consent from yours truly. Please ask if you’d like to reprint anything or use my videos in any way, mmmm-kay?
If you’re interested in advertising on my site or doing a sponsored post shoot me an email at deva (at) mylifesuckers.com. I’m represented by United Talent Agency and can put you in touch.