No Difference

Her former life as an English teacher emerges when Amy shares a poem by Shel Silverstein for her Fireside Chat. After hearing T Pain read the poem and have a different, darker response, Amy reflects on what it means to her. She illustrates her point by having 8-year-old daughter Analise, and 7-year-old son Archer on the show to answer important questions like, “What’s your favorite color? and “Do you like being part of a big family?” They answer with the candor of children who live in the moment, don’t see a difference and whose mother is, Eternally Amy