Red Carpet Fashion – Maggie Gyllenhaal, Laila Ali, And More

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One thing we love almost as much as cute celebrity kiddos on the red carpet with their parents is celebrity moms glamming it up on the red carpet.  And this week plenty of moms were putting their best fashions on display.

Maggie Gyllenhaal was gorgeous in a long black gown with a plunging neckline at The Gracies awards in L.A.

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Photos – Jennifer Garner And Other Celebrity Parents Hit The Red Carpet

"Draft Day" - Los Angeles Premiere

Jennifer Garner once again stuns on the red (or green football field..) carpet this week!  The actress was attending the premiere of her new flick “Draft Day” in an all black jumpsuit and stole the show.  Jennifer wasn’t the only celeb parent to step out for a red carpet even this week.

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Laila Ali Is the Best Mom She Can Be

Former boxer Laila Ali opened to NY Daily News at a recent New York Fashion Week event where she talked about being the best mom you can be!

On having 2 young kids, 3 step-children and being a working mom: “It’s hard. It’s a lot of work and you have to make a lot of sacrifices, but for me it’s just priorities being in order and for me that’s my kids come first and everything else works around them. I’m very hands-on with my kids. I don’t just want to have a nanny taking care of my children, so of course, you know, I lose a lot of sleep. But it is what is. You know, I feel like as a mom that’s what you have to do. You have to wear lots of hats and you have to make sacrifices.”

On putting herself in the shoes of somebody less fortunate: “You know, it’s hard for me to put myself in someone else’s shoes, but I’d never knock anybody for how they tried to get it done. Like as long as you’re doing the best you can and you’re putting your kids first. You know what I mean? But there are a lot of women I see making excuses and they’re not even trying to be the best mom they can be. Those are the ones that you know, I would have something to say about.”

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Ricki Lake Enlists Celebrity Moms For ‘More Business Of Being Born’

Ricki Lake’s documentaryThe Business of Being Born” is a huge hit among many celebrity moms (and “everyday” moms in general), which is why they’re helping her on the follow-up “More Business of Being Born“.  Alanis Morissette, Gisele Bundchen, and Laila Ali are all sharing their birthing experiences with Ricki and director Abby Epstein:

“I think because they feel so strongly about the experience they were able to have or the message of the film, they’ve been happy to come forward.  Alanis is particularly private and she was so candid with us. She allowed me to interview her while she was still pregnant. She was planning a home birth and we interviewed her before she had her baby and after. She’s incredibly articulate and eloquent about her experience.

Gisele was incredible. Abby went to her house in Boston and she was in tears talking about this experience that she had.  It’s amazing. She said to Abby [that] she would do anything [to help us].”

Ricki is hoping to release the “sequel” in October and is currently raising funds to make that happen.  It will focus quite a bit on the issue of VBAC.

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Laila Ali Shares Her Breastfeeding Mistake

Laila Ali shares that giving birth to her second child, Sydney, gave her another shot at breastfeeding the way she intended to the first time around.  With her first child, C.J., she unintentionally wound up bottle feeding:

About a week into it I made the mistake of giving my son a bottle so my husband [Curtis Conway] could help, and then the baby started liking the bottle, and I ended up having to pump.  I wasn’t going to give up or stop. I feel like God gave us, as moms, our own custom formula specifically for our child. Why would I want to go buy something from the store instead, that’s made in a factory?

Breastfeeding is a job made for moms to do. I don’t see arguing with that, though I am sure people will. It’s such a short period of time in a child’s life that you are going to be breastfeeding, so let Mom do her thing.”

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