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Jennifer Garner on Ellen: Pregnancy, Thongs, and Baby Names (Video)

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Jennifer Garner on Ellen

Jennifer Garner sits down for an interview with Ellen DeGeneres to talk about her pregnancy, baby names… and thong underwear?

Garner says that the first trimester is “just yuck,” adding, “But after that, yeah, it’s no big thing, except, there is one big thing…”

Jennifer notes,”…and that is my bottom.”

Garner shares a funny story about her almost 6-year-old daughter and having to explain thongs to her: “You know how once you have kids you never pee by yourself again? They’re always, at least one of them is always in there with you at all times. So, the other day, I had on a dress, and my daughter was in there with me, and all of a sudden, she went, ‘Gasp! Mom, we have to have a talk.’ ”

Her daughter said, “‘Mom your bottom has gotten so big that your panties don’t even begin to cover it.’”

Ha!!

Jennifer explained, “It’s called a thong, you wear it when you’re a grown up,” and Violet said, “That is so Gross.”

As for baby names, Jennifer and Ben Affleck’s girls are happy to throw out suggestions, including Ralphie, Frankie, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, and Rose Marie.

Ellen said it would “make me happy” if they named their child Daisy Duck Affleck!

Do Jennifer and Ben want a little boy or girl? She said everyone says they hope it’s a boy, but Garner says “we’d be happy either way.”

Ben has loads of girl experience now and Garner says he plays a lot of baby doll with the girls: “He’ll be sitting on a little chair and he’ll have a baby doll.”

Picture, please!

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