EVESHAM TWP., New Jersey (WPVI) -- In today's Morning Moms, we are celebrating all the multi-taskers out there adjusting to the new normal.
Like Heather Cooper.
She is a mom to two boys, and the deputy mayor of Evesham Township, New Jersey.
During the pandemic, Cooper has had extra time to spend at home with her 9 and 13-year-old sons, A.J. and Elijah.
She says a priority was making sure they felt safe.
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The family was able to fill their summer with chess games, hikes, pizza nights and even jump rope.
"Being an elected official and a mom in a pandemic, as well as a working career mom, has been interesting to say the least. It has taken me to a level of multi-tasking I didn't know existed," Cooper said.
Heather is also giving a shoutout to her husband Joshua, who has taken on the role of chef, teacher and supporter during this time.
Morning Moms: Elected official multi-tasks with her family during pandemic
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