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“He’s [son Louis] all dude. He’s just a dude. And, I’m learning a lot about being a dude!,” the Oscar-winner told E! News.
“Apparently when you sleep, your hand needs to be down your pants. I didn’t know that as a woman! What are we doing wrong as women…should we be doing that?”
In her book, Yes, Please, Amy got candid about motherhood.
“There is an unspoken pact that women are supposed to follow. I am supposed to act like I constantly feel guilty about being away from my kids. (I don’t. I love my job.) Mothers who stay at home are supposed to pretend they are bored and wish they were doing more corporate things. (They don’t. They love their job.)”
“You never know when you’re gonna get crapped on or when you’re gonna get a big smile or when that smile immediately turns into hysterics. It might be like living with a drug addict,” Blake told the Los Angeles Times.
Most people already realize that Olivia Wilde is an awesome mom, but her interview with Shape solidifies it.
“If I wasn’t at work, I just wanted to stay home and party with my little man— and by ‘party’ I mean, of course, endless rounds of the ‘Itsy Bitsy Spider.’ Also, I like beer. And pizza. And, these two ingredients are not found in the purely fictional book I like to call How to Look Like You Never Made a Human: A Guide to Socially Acceptable Motherhood.”
“I don’t think there’s been an hour of my life since Ava was born that I don’t think of my kids. I call it my CNN ticker tape: Is Ava OK? Yes. Is Deacon OK? Yes. Is Tennessee OK? Yes. Back to Ava,” the actress dished to Glamour.
Always one to tell it like it is, Julie got real with People.
“At the time I only had one kid, but with two on the way I was always hearing talk about golden mystical baby things and precious time. And, I was like, ‘Who the f— are you talking to?!’ If you could see me naked, you would weep. Children are like crazy, drunken small people in your house.”
In an interview with the Today Show, Kate said, “There’s something really empowering about going, ‘Hell, I can do this! I can do this all!’ That’s the wonderful thing about mothers, you can because you must, and you just DO.”
“He’s [son Jackson] great. Seth [MacFarlane] calls him ‘the little Republican’ because he’s just always saying no. No Seth. No Mama. No. No. It’s a lot of that,” she said in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
“It’s so funny because they’re not strong enough to kill you. And they want to kill you so bad! They can’t kill you. Not yet. Try again in a couple years,” the comedian once said.
On Twitter, Carrie Underwood explained the diet of a mom.
“It just occurred to me that the majority of my diet is made up of the foods that my kid didn’t finish…”
“‘It’s 8:30 am & I’ve already gotten into 5 fights’ – thugs and parents of toddlers,” the mom of two once tweeted.
“I figure that if the children are alive when I get home, I’ve done my job,” the comedian joked.
The actress once dished on the sweet and sour of motherhood.
“[My son] is at that age now where he’s so loving and says the sweetest things to me. Of course, I still get karate chops and all those other sort of things, too.”
“Becoming a mom to me means you have accepted that for the next 16 years of your life, you will have a sticky purse. [Mine] is always filled with stuff I didn’t put there, from leftover Tootsie Rolls to wet wipes that got squished to the bottom. It makes me laugh every day,” the My Big Fat Greek Wedding star has said.
How’s this for relatable?
“My favorite thing about my son is that he comes home from school and the clothes go flying! Like, clothes off, right down to the undies,” she revealed.
Motherhood is one of the most beautiful and challenging things in life. That’s why celebrities sometimes fall back on humor to describe the triumphs and tribulations of raising their children.
Scroll through the gallery to see 15 hilarious parenting quotes from celebrity moms that are super relatable.