Celebrity moms who hilariously dished out their experiences on motherhood

Person holding their belly. Image credit: Suhyeon Choi on Unsplash

Celebrity moms who hilariously dished out their experiences on motherhood

(Partner Content) Motherhood is a beautiful and challenging journey filled with many highs and lows. Not only your body changes but your mindset, your way of living, and most certainly your sense of humour!

Celebrity moms who hilariously dished out their experiences on motherhood

Person holding their belly. Image credit: Suhyeon Choi on Unsplash

Motherhood begins the moment a baby is conceived. For some, the pregnancy journey is a smooth one with not too many changes taking place, at least not until the little one enters the world. For others, it is a rollercoaster from day one right up until after the baby is born. However, all mothers can agree on this one thing – your life is never the same once you bring a little one into the world. 

A lot of us assume that because of the money celebrities have, they couldn’t possibly relate entirely to the struggles of motherhood we laypeople go through. But, motherhood does not revere celebrity; it humbles us all the same, from leaky nipples to screaming babies and even basic pregnancy cravings. Our hormones jump around like a disco; our emotions are all over the place – as are our food preferences. Pregnancy hankerings tend to be weird as they generally defy logic. Most women are often overwhelmed with the whole experience, let alone the new schedule that comes with the baby; sleepless nights, less shower and bath time, no time for makeup! Every mom needs all the assistance she can get when expecting and postpartum. 

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Some celebrity moms have been really relatable in their journey through motherhood. This has been especially true for first-time moms. Last year we were privileged to welcome celebrity babies from DJ Zinhle, Babes Wodumo, Zikhona Sodlaka, and Londie London. We must say though, Jay Anstey caught our attention the most as she did a DIY birth. She had her mum, dad and partner Sean-Marco Vorster there with her. Support is everything when you become a mother. Any woman will tell you that you need a community of others who’ve been through the same process to walk through the humour and change of it all with you. So let’s chat about some of the most relatable celebrity moms below. 

  • Chrissy Teigen

Never one to shy away from speaking her mind, colourful commentator, supermodel, cookbook author, and mom, Chrissy had us in stitches after the birth of her first child when she tweeted that both she and the baby went home in diapers! It was as hilarious as it was relatable and informative for those who may not have known this might happen.

Photo By: Chrissy Teigen on Instagram
  • Blake Lively

The actress described motherhood as ‘living with a drug addict’ because you never know what you will get from the baby; one minute, it is a gummy smile, the next, it is hysterics. Definitely, something new moms experience on a daily basis!

Photo credit @blakelively on Twitter.
  • Jennifer Garner

Jennifer said one of the most relatable and funniest things about motherhood – that once this happens to or for you, you will never pee alone again! Many mothers across the globe laughed at how true this is because many of us have gone through or are going through it. 

Photo credit @jennifer_garner_lovers on Twitter
  • Serena Williams

Her comment about struggling to assemble had us laughing hard because we saw ourselves in her. Multiple Grand Slam winner, one would assume Serena has a barrage of help, but her speaking about her struggle with this very basic thing spoke to our vulnerability, needs, and the need for humour as mothers.   

Photo By: Serena Williams on Instagram