Remix: Gabrielle Union, Bobby Hundreds, and Larry Miller on parenthood : The Limits with Jay Williams For the next few weeks on The Limits, we're pulling together some of our favorite conversations from The Limits Plus that were only available to subscribers – until now. In this week's Remix episode: host Jay Williams and his wife Nikki just welcomed their third child. Jay's kids are the joy of his life, but balancing multiple careers while raising a family is tough. He breaks down the parenthood struggle with streetwear mogul Bobby Hundreds, actress Gabrielle Union, and Larry Miller, chairman of the Michael Jordan brand for Nike.

Follow Jay on Instagram and Twitter. Email us at thelimits@npr.org.

Remix: Gabrielle Union, Bobby Hundreds, and Larry Miller on parenthood

Remix: Gabrielle Union, Bobby Hundreds, and Larry Miller on parenthood

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For the next few weeks on The Limits, we're pulling together some of our favorite conversations from The Limits Plus that were only available to subscribers – until now.

In this week's Remix episode: host Jay Williams and his wife Nikki just welcomed their third child. Jay's kids are the joy of his life, but balancing multiple careers while raising a family is tough. He breaks down the parenthood struggle with streetwear mogul Bobby Hundreds, actress Gabrielle Union, and Larry Miller, chairman of the Michael Jordan brand for Nike.

Follow Jay on Instagram and Twitter. Email us at thelimits@npr.org.


The Limits is produced by Devan Schwartz, Diba Mohtasham, Max Freedman, and Leena Sanzgiri. Our Executive Producers are Karen Kinney, Veralyn Williams, and Yolanda Sangweni. Our Senior Vice-President of Programming and Audience Development is Anya Grundmann. Music by Ramtin Arablouei.