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Time Magazines 100 Most Influential People! What Celeb Moms Made the List?

Amy Poehler - Most Influential!

Being a mom is pretty influential; you are one of the main role models for your children. But some women go beyond influencing their offspring and also influence people all over the country, and even all over the world.

Time Magazine has just announced their 100 Most Influential People and there are many moms on the list. What celebrity moms did they deem worthy of the title and to be included in their rankings?
Amy Poelher
Mommy and madly funny Amy Poehler made the list for her contributions to the world of comedy. She’s one funny mama, nice to see Time Magazine is in on the joke.

Patti Smith
Singer, songwriter Patti Smith has been influencing generations of musicians from girls singing along in their dorm rooms, to moms humming her songs to their babies, Patti Smith is as valid now as when her first album was released.

Amy Chua
Amy Chau became an overnight sensation when her controversial book Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother was released. Love her or hate her, she certainly got people talking.

Kim Clijsters:
She is the number one tennis player in the world! And she also just happens to be a mom of a three year old daughter.

Michelle Obama
The First Lady and First Mommy (to Sasha and Malia) has proven she is a good influence on her own children and now she’s proving to be a good influence to everyone else’s kids too. With her health initiates and good works, Michelle Obama is fine example for anyone and everyone.

Big screen or behind the screen– meet more influential moms through Babble’s list of Top 50 Mom Blogs!

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