5 Celebrities Say Motherhood Is Transformative

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There’s no question about it – motherhood is transformative!

Celebrity Baby Scoop sat down with some of our favorite celebrity moms and asked how motherhood has changed their lives. From Tia Mowry-Hardrict‘s “rebirth,” to Farrah Abraham‘s life lessons, to Alyson Hannigan‘s new perspective on life, read through our list.

With her first child, son Cree, celebrating his first birthday last month, Tia & Tamera star Tia Mowry-Hardrict says motherhood has given her a “rebirth” and a new perspective in life.

“Motherhood has changed me in a way that is just so beautiful,” Tia shared with Celebrity Baby Scoop. “It’s funny how we give life to babies, because I feel like they give you life. I feel like my son has given me life – he’s given me a rebirth. The world just seems like a different place! He’s changed my perspective on the world.”

Reality TV star Farrah Abraham returned to the small screen last month for the fourth and final season of MTV’s popular docu-series Teen Mom. Welcoming daughter Sophia at a young age has taught the aspiring model many valuable life lessons.

“Hands down, I would say the greatest life lesson I’ve learned since becoming a teen mom is that life is unpredictable,” Farrah told Celebrity Baby Scoop. “I’ve felt all kinds of emotions through this journey such as sadness and stress. I’ve had horrible relationships, and felt a lack of support at times. However, it’s these situations that make you stronger and more mature.”

Reality TV mama Tori Spelling shocked fans recently with the announcement of her fourth child on-the-way. The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum – already mom to son Liam, 5, and daughters Stella, 4, and Hattie, 8 months – opened up about the joys of raising a large family.

“I don’t like putting limits or boundaries on our family. But, I think 4 is a really nice number,” Tori shared with Celebrity Baby Scoop.  “Liam and Stella have grown so fast. It’s bittersweet for a mommy. I’m so proud of everything they do and the people they are becoming, but it’s hard to see your babies grow up.”

Actress Laura San Giacomo stars as the wife of a man involved in an extramarital online relationship in Tall Hot Blonde. The Pretty Woman alum shared her inspirational story of raising her 16-year-old son Mason, who has cerebral palsy, and creating a groundbreaking fully inclusive school for children of all abilities.

“I’m certainly most passionate about my son and education and literacy and opportunity for all kids,” Laura told Celebrity Baby Scoop. And that’s, you know, other than acting and mothering that’s what I’ve been most focused on in the last decade and a half in starting a school and keeping that up and running. And now with a new project on the horizon, a technology and literacy center. So that’s kind of my ‘hobby’ and I really love to see kids learning and laughing together and struggling together. And you know, that’s really one of my passions.”

She’s one of our favorite celebrity moms year-after-year. And now, How I Met Your Mother star Alyson Hannigan is expecting her second child with husband Alexis Denisof. The actress – who is already mom to 3-year-old daughter Satyana – opened up about the joys of motherhood.

“There’s so many in a day,” said Alyson of her favorite mommy moments with her daughter. “It’s hard to choose any of them, but they’re all so special. I love her perspective on life and I love getting to be a part of her world. She’s just such a sweet, sweet person and I love the things that come out of her mouth. She’s just so full of personality and so lovely. [Motherhood is] just the greatest thing ever!”

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