There are certain inevitable truths about motherhood, and it's always refreshing when a celebrity comes clean about her personal challenges with having kids. The latest to do so? Actress Sarah Jessica Parker, who got very real in a candid interview with The Edit magazine.
But what she revealed wasn't any of the ugly truths about the process of childbirth (hours of terrible labor pain, anyone?). Nope, instead, Parker only wanted to talk about the beauty of it all, disclosing that not only does she fondly remember the day she gave birth to her son, James Wilkie, in 2002, but that she'd like to relive it again and again if she could.
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“I only got to give birth once,” Parker, 51, explained. “I would give birth as often as I could, if I could. There is this suspended animation... everything goes away; the entire world is sucked up; time suspends. It’s just you and, in my case, my husband, and this child, and it’s absolute euphoria.”
Parker, who is a mom of 3, wasn't able to conceive another child naturally, so she and husband Matthew Broderick turned to a surrogate to bring their twin daughters, Marion Loretta and Tabitha Hodge, into the world in 2009.
Apparently, James, who is now 14, is a little annoyed by his mom's raving about his entrance into the world.
“James is like, ‘Why do you always want to talk about that?’” says Parker in the candid interview. “I’m like, ‘Because it’s the greatest!’"
What do you think, moms out there? Would you relive childbirth again if you could--or are you more than happy to stick to babysitting for others these days?
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