Rachel said that while her job may be glamorous, being a mom, well, not so much.
I have a lot of men in my life. I am surrounded by testosterone. I’m a boys mom. I’ve been pooped on and puked on, you name it. It’s really glamorous.
“It’s even happened on Chanel. It was a sad moment. But it went to the dry cleaner and it lived.”
Sounds like being a mom, whether you have a boy or a girl- LOL.
If you’ve been missing your Rachel Zoe fix on TV, then you’re in luck: she has a new show on Lifetime called ‘Fashionably Late with Rachel Zoe.’ It airs on Thursdays, and we get to see what Rachel’s life is like balancing work as a celebrity stylist with being a mom. Rachel explained some of the things that have changed for her since having kids.
It’s everything and more. I don’t sweat the small stuff anymore. The things that used to eat at my insides and keep me awake at night just aren’t important. When you become a parent, your priorities shift in such a way that the right things matter.”
She joked that she’s gotten good at wrestling.
Because I have two boys, I only know how to wrestle them to do anything. I have to hold Skyler down while I put his pants on. It’s a tackle.”
Yet they enjoy more affectionate moments, too.
I kiss my boys every second. I kiss them on the lips. At some point, I know that might not be okay, but for now, that’s what happens! They sleep with me, we snuggle. It’s the greatest thing ever. There is definitely a bond between moms and their sons. It’s like a love affair you can’t describe.”
SO true! If there’s anyone who I would imagine would’ve had fun styling a little girl, it’s Rachel, but hey, you can’t control those things. It’s great to hear about her settling into motherhood. Do you plan to check out Rachel’s new Lifetime show, ‘Fashionably Late with Rachel Zoe’?
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