Gwen Stefani Shares How Parenthood Influenced No Doubt’s New Album

Gwen Stefani and her group No Doubt have all become parents during their time together (and apart). The singer and fashionista shares how their families helped to shape the direction of their new album, Push and Shove.

Gwen shared with Access Hollywood:  “I think it’s when we got together to write, [that] was our moment to kind of escape and just be creative and not think about that for a minute and then go back and think about it again.”

She says the song ‘Settle Down’ covers a bit of that balance between work and career. “It’s overwhelming to try to do everything. It is impossible. So there’s a lot of that in the record.”

Guitarist Tom Dumont shared, “There’s a lot of kids between us so we’re pulled in many different directions but we’re so proud of this record and we put a lot of time into it. ”


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Gwen Stefani Finds It Hard To Juggle Motherhood And Music Career

We may have found the reason that has taken No Doubt so long to come out with a new record! Gwen Stefani is finding it extremely difficult to juggle motherhood with her singing career.

“I’ve never been able to balance being a mum and my singing career – it’s a nightmare,” Gwen, who has kids Kingston, 5, and Zuma, 3, with her husband Gavin Rossdale, tells Closer magazine. “I love my boys, so if there’s a decision to make, they come first.”

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Gwen Stefani Opens Up About Family Life and Her Beauty Regimen

Celebrity mom Gwen Stefani opens up in InStyle magazine about family life, her beauty, and balancing motherhood with her career.

On making time for her young sons, Kingston, 5, and Zuma, 3: “The thing I’d like to do is enjoy these boys while they’re young—so I don’t regret I was working too much when they’re big and don’t want to cuddle with me anymore….Being a mother is probably the most challenging thing I do.”

On her career and family life: “At work I’ve learned how to delegate. You don’t have to be on a ladder in a warehouse, micromanaging. You can be at home. And teamwork is also such a big part of marriage and parenting.”

On her beauty preferences: “My hair color is L’Oréal, but I won’t reveal the number. And I do my roots as often as Marilyn Monroe did hers. I’m serious. I found out.”

On her diligent makeup routine: “The makeup goes on every day, even if I’m not going anywhere.”

Pick up the November 2011 issue of InStyle, on newsstands Friday (October 21).

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Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani’s Kids Are Following Their Musical Footsteps

It’s every parents’ wish – to have their kids grow up and take after their footsteps. Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani seem to have no problems in that department as their boys, Kingston and Zuma, are showing signs of interest in the music industry.

Gavin told People, “Kingston still likes the drums, but he’s into everything now. He’s always busy doing things. We’re just trying to give them lots of opportunities. Zuma is really into the guitar. If I’m playing he’ll come and jam with me – he’ll sit with me, it’s really fun. He moves his hands up and down. His positioning and charisma are amazing. He’s so relaxed, looks great and he’s three!”

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