Serena Williams is looking for some support in maternity. She brought out the word on Twitter with #ThisMama and asked other mothers and fathers to tell how children humiliated them. (Photo: Eamonn McCormack / Getty Images for WTA)

Even Serena Williams, one of the most prominent working mothers, can not resist the nerve-wracking fears of parents when flying with small children.

Williams, 36, returning to the US Open for the first time since her daughter Olympia on Monday, had her own shattering adventure flying with babies.

With the help of hashtag #ThisMama, Williams called back to Twitter to say goodbye to her eleven-month-old daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.

. "Another day on a flight home, Olympia insisted on running and down the aisle and when I finally got her to sit still, she threw herself on me all over " Williams tweeted.

When Williams prepared to return to work, she asked for support from other mothers and Fathers. With the hashtag #ThisMama, Williams asked for more humiliating tales of parenthood.

Parents did not hold back

Williams & # 39; Twitter Post was liked more than 8,000 times and several hundred parents shared their own funny, terrifying and embarrassing moments.

Williams says she's "Stronger Than Ever"

Williams wants her 24th Grand -Slam title, her seventh at the US Open.

The tennis star has shared her experiences as a new mom and the stress of juggling career and motherhood on social media, including her struggle with postpartum depression. Your last tweet also shows that nobody, not even one of the world's greatest athletes, is perfect.

Last week Williams said in a Twitter post that also included the hashtag #ThisMama – which is part of a new ad for Chase, in the Williams Lines LL Cool Js "Mama Said Knock You Out "recites. – It's "stronger than ever, thanks to all the love and support you showed me."

Contribution: Cydney Henderson


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