How old will your kid be before she gets her first cell phone?

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I don’t worry about when kids need cell phones

I don’t really worry about when kids need cell phones. I kind of just do things as they come. When your kid is ready to use the potty, they go on the potty. When your kid’s ready to get out of the crib, you kind of sense that. I think moms can overthink things — and I overthink everything in my life, except motherhood. So for me, I think about what’s going on today.

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Would you ever consider plastic surgery?

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I don’t want to be sliced

Probably not. I don’t want to be sliced and then pulled and then stapled. With breast implants, I have this weird vision in my head of being buried and my body starts to decompose, except for boobs. One of these days, someone will open up the coffin and there will be bones and boobs.

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What trait do you hope not to pass on to your kids?

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My flair for disorganization

I really hope my kids don’t get my flair for disorganization. Those things come about from my personality and my creativity. I just hope they have more motivation to keep organized.

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What do you do if you hate the mom of your kid’s best friend?

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I suck it up

What I have done when there are moms that I don’t care for (but our kids seem to like each other), I kind of have to suck it up. I limit my exposure. If we happen to be together at a playground or a birthday party, I keep my distance. We’ll make this work because we’re adults and we have to.

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What do you worry most about raising a girl today?

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You’ll do the best you can

I worry about having a sassy, pretty little girl. A lot of people are attracted to her because she’s a lot of fun and she kind of runs the show. I don’t really worry about social media when it comes to my daughter right now. I think it’s the same no matter what generation we’re in. I think if you are with your children, and you spend time with them, and you have your eyes open, you’ll do the best you can. There is no perfect parent.

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