Gwen Stefani took Zuma, 4, and Kingston, almost 7, to Color Me Mine in Los Angeles, on Wednesday (May 8). The No Doubt singer – who just returned from her trip to New York – bought the boys clay modeling kits from the store. Zuma chose a Star Wars space ship to build while Kingston opted for a police car model.
Earlier in the day when dropping Zuma off at school – she was seen carrying a handmade Mother’s Day card decorated with his baby photo and the word ‘mom’.
In an interview with Vogue she talked about how motherhood has made her grow up.
She said, “It’s really gradual. At first, your life is totally the same. You have this cute little thing that you get to drive around everywhere and you’re so proud and it’s amazing. And as they grow older, it really does start to change your life. Time kind of stops when you’re in a band. It’s this suspended childhood, and it’s really awesome, that part of it. But then when you have a family of your own, it forces you to go into the adult world a little bit more.”View Slideshow »»