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Happy Mother’s Day! Angelina Jolie, Beyonce, Blake Lively and more to celebrate Special day

Being a mom is a beautiful mess, whether you are a celebrity or not.

But when famous mamas speak up about their experiences, it makes us feel better right?

They laugh, cry, stress, love and wipe babies’ bottoms just like the rest of us. We dug through the internet to find those great celebrity mom moments and advice. Some are funny. Some are sweet. Here are our favourites.

For years, we have been celebrating mothers all around the world on the particular day designated for them, Mother’s Day, i.e. May 12, 2019. Being a mother is the most thankless and sacrificing job taken up by women as they do whatever it takes to give their children a good upbringing. They say that a mother plays an important role in shaping their children’s personality as well as an outlook on life when they become an adult. Mothers really are the very definition of superheroes. Happy Mother’s Day to Hollywood moms: Angelina Jolie, Beyonce, Blake Lively and more to celebrate Special day

In Hollywood, we have many celebrity mothers who have been a constant inspiration for many as to how they look after the upbringing of their children. Whether it be Angelina Jolie, who is the mother of six children – Maddox, 17, Pax, 15, Zahara, 14, Shiloh, 12, and ten-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne or even Blake Lively, who has two children – James, 4 and Inez, 2, and is expecting her third child very soon. They are definitely doing motherhood right! Happy Mother’s Day to Hollywood moms: Angelina Jolie, Beyonce, Blake Lively and more to celebrate Special day

Here are 9 some inspiring, some funny quotes and Posts on motherhood by famous Hollywood moms:

Angelina Jolie

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“I see myself as a mom first. I’m so lucky to have that role in life. The world can like me, hate me or fall apart around me and at least I wake up with my kids and I am happy.”

Happy Mother’s Day to Hollywood moms Angelina Jolie, Beyonce, Blake Lively and more to celebrate Special day

Mother’s Day: Blake Lively

 

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PokeMOM…. Out now.

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As Blake Lively works on baby number three, she described the whiplash reality of living with newborn James, now 5, but before Inez, now 2, came along with “Deadpool” actor and husband Ryan Reynolds.

“Having a baby is just living in the constant unexpected. You never know when you’re gonna get crapped on or when you’re gonna get a big smile or when that smile immediately turns into hysterics. It might be like living with a drug addict.” – Los Angeles Times 2015

Serena Williams

 

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Pink things 📸:@alexisohanian

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Tennis superstar Serena Williams, 37, said of her daughter Alexis that children even the playing odds. So she reached out to other parents, asking for a little support after her daughter ran amok on a plane.

“Kids humble us,” she said. “The other day on a flight home Olympia insisted on running up and down the aisle and when I finally got her to sit still, she threw up all over me. #ThisMama would love to hear your stories of motherhood.. even ones like this!”

Beyonce

 

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“My daughter introduced me to myself. You know, my mother and I are so close, and I always prayed that I would have that type of relationship with my daughter. And she’s still a baby, but the connection I had with her when I was giving birth was something that I’ve never felt before.” – The Oprah Show

Carrie Underwood

 

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Kicking off 2019 right…Me and my boys cuddled up watching a movie. Yes, I’m wearing Mike’s shirt. 😬 #LettingItAllHangOut 🤰

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The country music star is every mom trying to find work-life balance. But She and husband Mike Fisher share 3-year-old Isiah and just welcomed their second son, Jacob, three months ago.

“Balance is what it’s all about. No matter what your job is,” Underwood told Us Weekly. “Being a mom, working and dividing your time. It is what we all have to do as mothers.”

Hilary Duff

 

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THIS ONE’S FOR THE LADIES Just a few thoughts that I wanted to share on Breast-feeding. Last week was my last week nursing Banks (my six month old) I am a working mom of two. My goal was to get my little girl to six months and then decide if I (and her of course) wanted to keep going. Let me tell you.

Pumping at work sucks. I had zero down time and am usually pumping in a hair and make up trailer while four hands work to get me ready for the next scene with lots of other people around.

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Even if I had the luxury to be in my own room, it’s not even considered a “break” because you have to sit upright for the milk to flow into the bottles! Plus you are having your damn nipples tugged at by an aggressive machine that makes an annoying sound, that echoes through your head day and night (I swear that machine and I had many conversations at midnight and 3 am)! Ttttthen having to find someplace to sterilize bottles and keep your milk cold (ok I’m done with that rant lol)! Anyway, I didn’t know this because with Luca I didn’t work until he was about nine months old, so I didn’t pump very often.

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Your milk supply drastically drops when you stop feeding as often and lose the actual contact and connection with your baby (😞). So I was eating all the feunugreek goats butt blessed thistle fennel cookies/drops/shakes/pills I could get my hands on! It was maddening. (Does fenugreek make anyone else smell like maple syrup and rubber gloves?…not chill) With all of this complaining, I want to say I enjoyed (almost) every moment of feeding my daughter. Felt so lucky to be so close to her and give her that start. I know many women are not able to and for that I am sympathetic and very grateful that I could. For six wonderful months.

 

But I needed a break. I was going to break. With the stress of a dropping milk supply and a baby that was getting bored or not caring about nursing when I was available to. I was sad and frustrated and feeling like a failure all of the time. When really I’m a bad ass rock star. Moms get high on feeling like superwoman…because we are! Doing too much, because we can! KEEP READING in the comments below 👇🏼♥️

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“I was sad and frustrated and feeling like a failure all of the time. And When really I’m a bad ass rock star. Moms get high on feeling like superwoman…because we are! Doing too much, because we can!” Happy Mother’s Day to Hollywood moms: Angelina Jolie, Beyonce, Blake Lively and more to celebrate Special day

 

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Chrissy Teigen

 

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So It’s impossible to choose just one. So we’ll choose a few, short quotes.

The mom of Luna, 3, and Miles, and almost 1 tweeted, “no one told mei would be coming home in diapers too.” But She also likes to take down those that go after her for her personal or parenting choice.

“I despise mommy shamers. I am a proud shamer of mommy shamers,” she wrote on Twitter.

Kristen Bell

“The Good Place” actress and mom to daughters Lincoln, 5 and Delta, 4, tries to live by another quote, and one by Eleanor Roosevelt. And “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”

So when it comes to mom shamers she has this to say:

“Take responsibility and go like … ‘No, I feel confident with what I’m doing. No, thank you for that advice.’ That’s a choice,” she told Cafe Mom. So “If you’re confident with what you’re doing even if that’s some weird, and bizarre parenting technique that you know works for your kid or you feel happy about, do it! So Don’t let anyone tell you shouldn’t be doing that.”

Pink

The 39-year-old singer and mom of two explained to Carson Daly on the “Today” show just how life-altering it is to become a mother and how that has changed her songwriting. So Pink has two children, Jameson, 2 and Willow, 7 with husband Carey Hart.

 

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“I am completely changed since being a mom. I’m much more open, I’m much more accepting of myself, I’m much more thoughtful. But I think about the world more, and what we’re leaving for these kids, and the direction we’re headed in. And so I guess it changes your music.

 

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