I love hanging out at home with my kid. It's hard to get me to leave the house.
I have a very normal life. I go to the grocery store, I go to Target. I don't have an assistant, I don't have an entourage.
I love 'House' - I love 'House' so much.
Cats are more interesting, let's face it. Dogs are loveable and a bit boring.
I keep my sisters on speed dial.
I keep lip gloss everywhere. It always makes me feel like I am slightly put together.
My mom, the fabulous Bertie Kinsey, is an amazing seamstress. She quilts and sews and is so crafty. We call her the Southern Martha Stewart!
I can't watch iceskating because the whole time I think they're going to fall! I get so uncomfortable.
My very sassy, older southern sister is very quick to point out that it's a luxury that my daughter gets to come to work with me. She does, and I have lunch with her every single day. My mom says I have 'high class problems.'
I hope my daughter knows that in our house we can make messes and have fun and we'll laugh through it. Granted I don't want her to trash the house, but we do make a lot of messes.
I have so many messy moments.
I think a lot of times we can get distracted and not be in the moment with people and be missing all the life happening in the moment.
I think we've all worked with that person at the office who takes themselves and their job so seriously.
I'm sure, to many people, my life is not that exciting, but to me every day is an adventure.
If you change a character too much, the audience falls out of love with the character, but characters need to evolve and grow over the years.
Parenthood is such a lesson in self-sacrifice.
Seriously, I will probably out-talk you if you come up to me because I'm a chatterbox.
I think we want our kids to grow up to be people who can think outside of the box, be creative and innovators, sort of the forward-thinkers of our future. I think a way to inspire that is through art and music.
Here's the thing: I'm not in shape.
I have a special place in my heart for working moms - it's a constant pull on your heartstrings.
I don't want to live in a world where I could say to my daughter, 'There used to be turtles that swam in the ocean.'
My friend, Sue Ann, in college pulled me aside and said, 'Honey I love you but you have got to start waxing your eyebrows. They look wild!' So thank you , that kinda changed my life.
As a busy working mom I'm always pressed for time, so a quick and easy beauty routine is key!
I think that the biggest beauty essential is as simple as a good, full night's sleep.
Now that I'm a mom, I'm way more laid back. If you come into my house, don't look for a coaster. Forget it. There is not a piece of furniture in my house now that is too precious.
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