Elisabeth Röhm Celebrates With ‘Moms And The City’

Elisabeth Röhm Celebrates With 'Moms And The City'

On Monday night (February 7), award-winning journalists Denise Albert, Melissa Gerstein and Raina Seitel Gittlin celebrated the launch of the West Coast debut of their hit NBC show Moms And The City & a Dad Named David. More than 75 guests and VIPs sipped on Skinnygirl cocktails and indulged in Wolfgang Puck cuisine while enjoying treats at the newly opened and ultra chic Le Posh Salon/Spa/Lounge in Hollywood. Guests also ‘fished’ for gift cards provided by Zulily.

Alongside Parks & Recreation star Jama Williamson, fellow celeb mom Elisabeth Röhm was on hand to answer a few of our questions. Read on about Elisabeth’s Valentine’s Day plans with her 2-year-old daughter Easton whom she loves to “discovering life with.”

CBS: What’s the best part of being a mom?

ER: “The constant change. Easton has taught what it means to love, grow and to not be stuck. Every day is different because she is changing so fast!”

CBS: What are some of your favorite activities you like to do with Easton?

ER: “I love discovering life with her. Whether it is a destination like the Aquarium or just a walk on the beach. We are girls who need to be ‘out and about!’ ”

CBS: How do you like to celebrate Valentine’s Day?

ER: “I’ll be spending it helping out at my daughter’s school where we’ll be delivering love notes to all her friends and teachers.”

CBS: Do you set aside time just for yourself? How do you re-energize and rejuvenate?

ER: “Work allows me time for myself although I end up talking about her to everyone. So, I actually just miss her when I’m away from her.”

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