Pregnant Celebrities: Celeb Moms Remember Pregnant Days

celeb moms pregnantAlyssa Milano posted a new pic of her baby bump yesterday on Twitter, and no surprise she’s adorable!

Seeing this celeb mom-to-be made me wonder what other celebrity moms had to say about their barefoot and pregnant days.

I love my daughters but being pregnant was not an easy thing for me.  I gained tons of weight and I was sick for the whole 9 months.  It’s nice to know that some of the celebrity moms had some of the same issues I did during pregnancy.

Julia Roberts claims she was huge during her pregnancies.  The actress and mom of three told PEOPLE magazine:

“My stomach was enormous! The bigger it got the smaller my ass looked so I kind of enjoyed it.”

I totally know the feeling but Julia Roberts carried TWINS for one of her pregnancies so she should have been bigger.

Sarah Jessica Parker had pregnant cravings before…and after the baby came.

“I must be the only woman to get cravings AFTER giving birth as well as during it.”

SJP gave birth to son James Wilkie in 1998  but her twin daughters Marion and Tabitha, who are almost 2, were born via surrogate mother in 2009.

Scream and Cougar Town star Courteney Cox says being pregnant wasn’t as hard as she thought it would be:

“Pregnancy wasn’t as tough as I thought it would have been, but it wasn’t as relaxing as maybe it would have been if I were 22.”

Finally, British actress Liz Hurley did a little OVER-sharing about her pregnancy and her son Damian:

“Damian was unplanned but not unwanted. I think the best things that happen to you are preordained.”

I think Alyssa Milano looks fabulous, at her stage in my pregnancies I literally could not DRIVE because my stomach was so far in front of me.  Follow mom-to-be Alyssa Milano on Twitter via @Alyssa_Milano.

Photo: Twitter via @Alyssa_Milano

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