"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," Kate Winslet told Today.
"No-one told me I would be coming home in diapers too," Chrissy wrote on Twitter.
"My family is blended and diverse, nutty, and loving and understanding. That’s a family," Sandra Bullock shared in an interview with PEOPLE.
"There's a difference between boys and girls. You know, I'm nursing both… I breastfed Nahla and I'm nursing my baby. When I would put Nahla on the boob she would go (imitates light sucking) a nice little girly suck; with him, it's like he's like sucking the life out of me," Halle Berry told The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"I always feel torn or guilty about something. I'm not working right now, and at first I stressed about that, like, 'Oh, I shouldn't stay still this long.' And that's ridiculous. I have a child; it's totally fine to not be slammed all the time. It feels really good to not be on someone else's schedule — besides Luca's. I'm basically his chauffeur!" Hilary Duff told Redbook.
"You never know when you're gonna get crapped on or when you're gonna get a big smile or when that smile immediately turns into hysterics. It might be like living with a drug addict," Blake Lively told the Los Angeles Times,
"(When) I try to kiss him, he's like, 'Mummy there are people! You can't kiss me!'...'But I'm your mummy. I should be able to kiss you," Jennifer Hudson told Today.
"Seth (MacFarlane) calls him ‘the little Republican’ because he’s just always saying no. No Seth. No Mama. No. No. It’s a lot of that,” Charlize Theron told The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"I try to be the best version of myself and to have faith that they’re watching me as carefully when I do something right as they do when I roll through a stop sign," she told TODAY Parents.
"I like beer. And pizza. And, these two ingredients are not found in the purely fictional book I like to call How to Look Like You Never Made a Human: A Guide to Socially Acceptable Motherhood," Olivia told Shape.
My mother used to dress rather risqué when I was a kid, and that sort of shocked me. I always thought moms were supposed to wear cardigans and flats, but she was in leather bracelets and minidresses. In hindsight, I thought it was pretty cool, but I’m probably more conservative because of it," Drew Barrymore told Elle
"I have a really sweet daughter. She wants to hug all the other kids. I didn't teach her to be sweet. It has nothing to do with me. I've realised you can only control so much," Mila said to Glamour.
"Being a mother is probably the hardest job in the world. I feel like, in a lot of ways, children come into the world to teach us," Mariah Carey told Life & Style Weekly