Sarah Drew: Guest Blogger For Celebrity Baby Scoop!

Sarah Drew: Guest Blogger For Celebrity Baby Scoop!

“I’ve always wanted to be a parent,” actress Sarah Drew revealed in a recent interview with Celebrity Baby Scoop. With her first baby on the way, the Grey’s Anatomy star won’t have to wait much longer!

From hearing her baby’s heartbeat for the first time to that never-ending nausea, Sarah has been experiencing the ups and downs of pregnancy. And as she navigates through the world of baby names, mood swings and maternity wear, Sarah has agreed to share her journey with us!

Having signed on as a guest blogger with Celebrity Baby Scoop, the 30-year-old mom-to-be will be writing about impending motherhood and taking questions from our readers along the way.

Submit your questions for Sarah in the comments below.

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  1. Anonymous

    If you’re going to be a blogger, you need to act with honesty. Stand up for your opinions or clarify the things you say if they need explaining. The comment section is here to open discussion of what’s posted to the readers of this site. The text of the last interview was changed after readers expressed disapproval of some of the things that were said. For the administrators of this site not to own up to that was very low.

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    • Anonymous

      I’m guessing the changes were made by the blog without her knowledge. Don’t blame here without knowing what happened.

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      • Anonymous

        I don’t know who was responsible for the change. Maybe she asked them to change it, or maybe they did it without her permission, in which case I’d expect her to take issue with that. Either way, the right thing to do is for the administrators to come clean about what happened.

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        • Anonymous

          Well, obviously. But they didn’t even post an “update” comment indicating that the text had been changed or that the interview answers were not true quotations, which is standard journalistic ethical practice, so I would not expect much else from them.

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      • TLP

        Actually we SHOULD blame Sarah! Not for taking down the offensive material, but for MAKING the offensive statements in the first place. She said some pretty awful things about motherhood and showed she should be no role model for anyone.

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  2. Anonymous

    I’ll pass.

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  3. Ryann

    so, do you know how they(grey’s) will hide your pregnancy? do you worry that you will gain too much weight for them to hide it? i think they made Chyler Leigh a stress eater in the show when she was pregnant, but her weight gain actually wasn’t that obvious.

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  4. Laura Wood

    Are you considering natural birth? Have you looked into Blissborn? Just sayin’…

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  5. TLP

    This woman should NOT a guest blogger! For anyone who didn’t read the original interview- Sarah went on and on about how important her career is, and how she is returning to work immediately after giving birth, and she’ll be hiring a baby nurse and nannies, and how there’s no shame in that. She said stay-at-home mothers are not respected. It was appalling!

    To CBB- she is no role model for pregnant woman or mothers. Get her off of your site.

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    • Anonymous

      She never said that she herself didn’t respect stay-at-home moms. It was a general statement about how society views them, and it’s true. Women can never win with their choices. They’re criticized no matter what.

      Sarah’s still relatively new to Grey’s Anatomy, so I’m guessing she feels pressure to return to work ASAP if she wants to keep developing her character and her career. What is so wrong with wanting a career too? I find the scathing judgmental attitude on here far more appalling.

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  6. Anonymous

    CBS, why not get a recognizable celebrity? I’ve never heard of this woman and I’m sure she’s not universally known unless you watch her show.

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