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Rachel Zoe Says Being a Mom Is The Greatest Thing in the Entire World

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Rachel Zoe loves motherhood so much!

Rachel Zoe has become a baby pusher!

“If you’re thinking ‘Should I? Shouldn’t I?,’ you should!” the celebrity stylist told ET Canada.

The reality star also contemplated having kids herself but now can’t imagine life without her son.

“It does change your life,” she said. “It does turn it inside out and upside down, but in the best way possible, and the difference is you don’t care because you’re altering your life for the best reason in the world … He’s everything.”

Zoe is taking her 5-month-old son Skyler Morrison with her as she attends upcoming fashion weeks in New York and Europe.

“I’ve only spent one night away from him since he’s been born,” she said.

The designer, 39, and her husband Roger Berman, have adjusted to parenthood well.

“It’s the greatest thing in the entire world.  Everyday I ask my husband, ‘Is it possible to over kiss your child?’ I literally think I kiss him 200 times in a day. It’s not normal!”

The Rachel Zoe Project star is, of course, already talking fashion regarding her baby’s style.

“I put him in really beautiful clothes, but they’re all soft and comfy. I think he’s going to rebel and just be like, ‘I’m wearing a soccer uniform,’” she says with a laugh. “‘I’m wearing Adidas and Nike, Mom. That’s it.’”

“I’m going to have to deal with it, because kids need to express themselves,” she notes. “I don’t want to control him that way. Style is the best way to say who you are without having to open your mouth.”

Photo: PacificCoastNews.com

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