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Pink Adores Motherhood: "I'd Love to Have More Kids"

Pink wants a big family.

Motherhood really does change you – and in ways you’d never expect.

For Pink, having baby Willow Sage Hart (who just turned 1!) transformed her from a fast-living rocker to a devoted mom who can’t stop marveling over her daughter.

“It feels as if everything has started to make sense,” she told London’s Daily Mail yesterday. “I used to be bemused by people who sat around talking about their kids all day. I thought that was a cliche. Well, now I’m a walking cliche.”

She calls her toddler “fiery and funny, with Carey‘s looks and my attitude,” and is amazed at how her husband has taken to parenthood, as well.

In fact, Pink doesn’t want to stop at one!

“I’d love to have more kids,” she says. “I’d like to have a big, dysfunctional basketball team full of them!”

The singer, newly crowned as a spokesmodel for CoverGirl, credits her little girl for helping strengthen her marriage, which nearly ended for good a couple of  years ago.

“We still have our moments, but that’s normal,” she says. “We both come from families affected by divorce, so we have vowed to do things differently.”

Motherhood has even changed her work schedule and habits: “Before, everything was very kamikaze. Now things have to suit my life with Willow and Carey.”

Looks like change has done her good!

Wouldn’t you love to hear some new baby news from Pink soon?

[Photos: via PacificCoastNews.com]

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