From Mila Kunis to Kristen Bell, we have been blessed with so many awesome celebrity moms to commiserate with. It’s truly refreshing when one of these high profile celebrities can relate to us regular mamas. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite celeb mom moments to share with you!
“There’s something really empowering about going, ‘Hell I can do this! I can do this all!’ That’s the wonderful thing about mothers, you can because you must, and you just do.
“Women should own the fact that we are superheroes … breastfeed and be proud of it.” — Kristen Bell
“I think the practice in my marriage is to feel free, but also be committed to someone. There is are in that.”
“I’ve learned something about kids — they don’t do what you say; they do what you do.”
“I despise mommy shamers. I am a proud shamer of mommy shamers.” — Chrissy Teigen
“When can I expect to stop having avocado under my fingernails at al times? When they go to college?” — Kristen Bell
“I think being a mother made me realize how maternal the role of director is. It made me much calmer under stress.” — Natalie Portman
“Becoming a mother and being with my boys has made me so much more accepting of myself.” — Britney Spears
“Having an infant son alerts me to the fact that every man, at one point, has peed on his own face.” — Olivia Wilde
“It’s changed how I look at the jobs that I take … that’s why I started taking more family-friendly things. Everything is a means to the end, which is my kids. Everything.” — Tina Fey
“Being a mom has made me so tired. And so happy.” — Tina Fey
“Everything I do, I do for my girls. Everything I write, I imagine handing off to my girls to read. Strong girls, smart girls, powerful girls – that’s what I know and what I write.” — Margaret Stohl
“It’s a zoo! When there was just one kid, somebody would get to sit down. Now nobody gets a break.” — Emily Blunt
“Once he leaves that house and I’m not with him, it’s his life and how he approaches it is his decision. But I want to know that I did the best I could as his mom to educate him on the ugliness in the world, and also the beauty.” — Sandra Bullock
“A lot of women see themselves like Mr. Potato Heads. Like, if they could take this part away, if they could eliminate this part, they would look better. They don’t see themselves as a package. They see themselves as pieces.”