Last night millions tuned in to watch the American Music Awards and it was filled with great fashion and amazing performances! Celebrity parents were out in force, bringing their red carpet A-Game! Celebrity dad Tyrese Gibson not only brought his A-Game, but his daughter, too!
OMG. Alicia Silverstone is sharing more of her parenting techniques as she promotes her book ‘The Kind Mama.’ She talked about how she began potty training son Bear Blu (now three) when he was SIX MONTHS old. That’s about the youngest I’ve ever heard! She says she used a parenting technique called “elimination communication.” RELATED: Alicia Silverstone emphasizing good health with son Bear Blu.
Mom Alicia Silverstone is going back to basics with her three year old, Bear Blu. Our food contains more sugar than ever, and Alicia is fighting back for the sake of her son’s health. She’s substituting sugary foods for sugar-free rice cakes and things like plastic toys for vintage gardening buckets. RELATED: Alicia Silverstone starts a breast milk sharing service.
Last night celebrities hit the red carpet for the 2013 American Music Awards. Our favorite celebrity moms didn’t disappoint! Jennifer Hudson, Nicole Richie, Alicia Silverstone, Heidi Klum and Christina Aguilera were a few who got glammed up for the event.
Did you watch the broadcast last night? What did you think? I was impressed by how quickly it went by. It seemed to be a good mix of performances and handing out awards. Pitbull did a good job with hosting and Taylor Swift carried home an armload of awards (four total). Rihanna was also honored with the first annual “Icon Award”. If you missed the winners, you can see the full list here.
Take a peek at our gallery and tell us which celeb mom nailed their red carpet look?
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Celebrity mom Alicia Silverstone is doing good deeds for vegan moms wanting to breastfeed, but find themselves unable to. Alicia is launching a breast milk sharing service for vegan moms in her community.
Alicia explained on her site, “A couple weeks ago, another mama I know gave birth to a son. She e-mailed to let me know how things were going, and she was beside herself. She’d tried to do everything so that this baby would have the healthiest, happiest start in life — she nourished herself during pregnancy with clean, kind foods; had a beautiful home birth; and planned to breastfeed from now until her son could say, ‘No thanks,’ But because of a breast reduction surgery, she found she wouldn’t be able to make enough milk for him.”
Alicia explains that the mom tried to get some donor milk, but was never 100% certain about the health of the mom/milk doing the donating. Alicia continued, “She tried reaching out in her community for donor milk, but it was almost impossible to figure out what kind of lifestyle choices the donors had made. And after all that hard work keeping herself vibrant and healthy, she felt she had a right to demand better for her baby. A lot of women unfortunately have a similar struggle, and there’s no reason why they shouldn’t be able to give their babies the most amazing start in life with clean, mean, glorious breast milk. And because we are a community of beautiful souls who recognize the importance of food as health, I say we help support those mamas and babies who need a hand during one of the most important times in their lives. It’s why I’m starting the Kind Mama Milk Share, a way for moms to connect with other moms in their area. If you have milk to share–post it! If you are in need of milk — post it! Think of all the babies we can help raise together!”
Good for Alicia for trying to help others in any way she can!
Also, there is still no confirmation or denial of baby #2 for Alicia1
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