Emily Mills calls her witty parody "Hello From the Mother Side", a song inspired by her goofy response to a girls night invitation.
The singer-songwriter covers everything that drained moms deal with, from her kid having issues with fractions to the house being a mess.
The stress-eating, wine-craving, homework-hating anthem is a little serious, a lot funny, and filled with talent.
But Mills isn't just hilarious, she's also charitable.
Mills and her husband, Brett, run a nonprofit called Jesus Said Love, which works to help those victimized by commercial sex exploits.
The charity helps women transition out of the industry by providing loans and other support.
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Mills' a cappella version: