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Julianne Moore Covers InStyle Magazine [October]


Just in time for the release of her new movie, Carrie, Julianne Moore covers InStyle magazine.

In the October issue, Moore chats with InStyle about her personal life, motherhood, and how her life has changed since hitting the big  5-0.

On her life:
“I feel very much in the middle of my life: being in a relationship for 17 years, having kids who are not babies anymore, living in the house we want to live in, and really enjoying the work I do.”

On being a parent:
“When your kids are young, they’re always holding your hand. Then suddenly you turn around and it’s not happening anymore. The days are long; but the years are short.”

On her career since turning 50:
“I can’t complain. I’ve been pretty lucky. And I think the more we talk about it, the more we make it real. I hate being asked this stuff! Let’s appreciate where we are. Let’s not wish our lives away.”

P!nk Covers September Issue of MARIE CLAIRE Australia


P!nk blazes the cover of  Marie Claire Australia.

The singer chats it up with Marie Claire Australia about parenthood and whether or not she wants more children. Check out some excerpts below.

On life before motherhood:
“It’s different. I used to stay up till 4 o’clock in the morning on the Internet, drinking wine, smoking cigarettes, wake up at noon, roll out of bed, got to the gym. Now it’s foot-on-face here, hot breath… it’s just awesome. It’s exhausting and it’s terrifying and it’s the best thing that has ever happened.”

On parenting ups and downs:
“When we got home from the hospital, Willow had a meltdown and I had a meltdown and it was like a mother-of-all meltdowns for both of us. Carey didn’t know who to comfort first. He was like, ‘arrrggggghhhhh.’ It’s like, ‘Wait you sound like her!’ Carey’s eyes were like saucers. He didn’t know what to do.”

On wanting more kids in the future:
“I don’t want to do the baby stuff five times, but the idea of, like, a holiday with five kids fighting and me just sitting at the head of the table cracking up, pouring more wine, I just love that idea. I love the idea of all the chaos.”

Drew Barrymore Covers LUCKY Magazine [May ’13]

Natalie Morales Covers Siempre Mujer Magazine [April]

Christina Milian Covers Feb 2011 Latina Magazine

Christina Milian graces the cover of the Feb. 2011 issue of Latina Magazine. Milian looks great in her puroke dress, The singer/actress opens up to Latina about her marriage, cheating, life lessons and what she’s up to. Check out some snippets from her interview below.



On her marriage to The-Dream: “No matter what, you can’t change who you are. I know that now. I tried to be someone I wasn’t because I wanted my marriage to work. But ultimately, if it’s not working, it’s not working.”

On the cheating scandal: “I didn’t know anything. But looking back, my gut was telling me something was off. But I thought I could fix it.”

On lessons she’s learned: “I learned a lot about myself this year. I learned what I can handle. I learned how much I can take. I learned who I am and what I will accept for myself and my daughter.”

On being a mom: “Being a new mother definitely makes me feel so much sexier than ever before. There’s a certain responsibility that I carry being a mom that makes me feel very confident and so blessed. Being a mom is the best thing that’s ever happened to me.”

On what’s next for her: “I feel brand new. I’ve been to hell and back, but I survived. I’m stronger for it and now I’m ready for the next phase of my life.”

Kourtney Kardashian & Mason Disick in Parenting/BabyTalk Magazine




Kourtney Kardashian & Mason Disick are featured in the latest issue of in Parenting/BabyTalk magazine.  BabyTalk sat down with Kourtney to discuss how she’s adapting to motherhood, how she felt during her pregnancy, her hopes for Mason and much more. Take a gander at what Kourtney had to say below.


BABYTALK The first thing people do when they find out they’re pregnant is go online or buy a stack of baby books. What did you do?

KK I read What to Expect When You’re Expecting, which I think every woman reads. But I found myself wrapped up in questions like, “What do I buy? What do I need?” I looked online, and my friends with children sent me their lists. That’s how I wrapped my head around it.

BABYTALK Did you enjoy being pregnant?

KK I loved it. I gained 40 pounds.

BABYTALK That’s a good, healthy weight. They say 25 to 40 pounds is normal.

KK I definitely ate what I wanted. I worked out and was even jogging until my seventh month because my doctor said it was fine. Then one day I decided to go for walks instead and not concentrate so much on what I ate. After the baby, it wasn’t my major concern to lose weight. I was nursing, so I ate more. [Boyfriend] Scott had to go to the market daily to get vanilla wafers. I was just craving them.

BABYTALK And you weren’t even pregnant anymore.

KK I’m actually still craving now!

BABYTALK How did you adjust to your post-baby body?

KK When I first became pregnant, my friends told me I had to get a Belly Bandit ( to tighten and shrink my tummy because you aren’t supposed to work out for the first four to six weeks after having a baby. I loved the idea that I could wear something comfortable under my clothes that would help shape my body without hitting the gym. It also gave me incredible back support, especially while breastfeeding.

BABYTALK What was the first month with a new baby like?

KK I remember how quickly those first few days went by. I cried every day that it was one less day I would have with Mason [as an infant]. I had never really spent much time around babies before. When Scott and I brought Mason home from the hospital, we had no clue what we were doing. But I instantly figured it out. Call it maternal instinct. We had lots of visitors, but I remember basically living in my pajamas. We never left the house. That month was all about Mason.

BABYTALK How did the lack of sleep affect you?

KK It was hard to get some sleep. I nursed Mason every two hours. He loved to sleep all day and party all night. Everyone told me to nap when he napped, but I just couldn’t do it. It was actually a fun time, though! Scott and I would stay up watching movies and taking turns trying to rock Mason to sleep.

BABYTALK Is there one baby item you can’t live without?

KK Right now I am obsessed with my Beaba baby food maker. I make all of Mason’s food with organic fruits and vegetables. We steam and puree and it lasts for four days. I gave him red beets and it got all over his face, which made for the funniest picture. He doesn’t like broccoli, and he wasn’t so into peas. But he really loves fruit. Sometimes I mix it with plain yogurt, nothing sweetened; other times it’s an all-natural organic jelly. I’ve also put scrambled eggs on his tray. He will play with them and eat a little and it’s fun. I have this great book called Super Baby Food. I should be on this Mason diet!

BABYTALK Anything you forgot to do with Mason or didn’t know you should do?

KK I forgot to write down some of Mason’s milestones. Luckily, a lot of them were caught on camera so I was able to find out the exact dates. Now I immediately enter everything into my cell phone so I always have them, and then into the baby book.

BABYTALK What is one memory of Mason’s infancy that you’ll never forget?

KK I will never forget the first time Mason smiled at me. The innocence of a baby is magical.

BABYTALK What is your biggest wish for him?

KK Happiness. That’s what all parents wish for their children. Whatever makes him happy. I really want to enjoy the stage he’s at now. I don’t look forward and say, “I can’t wait until he’s walking.” I want to enjoy right now.





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