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Brooke Shields: “I’d Love More Kids”

During New York fashion week, Brooke Shields opened up to Life & Style about her "good" husband, Chris Henchy, "great kids" -daughters Rowan, 6, and Grier, 3 - and how she would "love" to have more children.

On if she wants more kids: "I’d love more kids. I don’t know how much longer my clock is going to tick, so it’s going to depend on my egg age."

On how she balances career and family life: "I don’t think you ever feel you’re balancing anything. My kids are great, and I have a good husband. You’ve just got to keep everything in the air."

On how she stays in shape: "I go to SoulCycle. It kicks my ass. If I can get there three times a week, I feel lucky. I’m trying this new food-combining thing; we’ll see. Whenever I do anything too much, I start to rebel."

On what she did on Valentine’s Day: "I had a Donna Karan dress all laid out because I was going to go on a date with my husband, and I looked at him and said, “I just can’t do it. Let’s just hang around with the kids.” We were all in sweat pants and made cookies all day!"

Brooke is currently filming the family comedy Furry Vengeance costarring Brendan Fraser, set to hit theaters this April.


Catherine McCord: “We Can’t Allow Eating To Become A Passive Activity For Kids”

Listen up parents of picky eaters! Once a model for Donna Karan and Calvin Klein, Catherine McCord traded in her stilettos for an apron and headed to culinary school. When her first child was born, the model mom noticed a lack of great recipes for children and she created weelicious. The mom of two - son Kenya, 2 1/2, and daughter Chloe, 8 months - sat down with Celebrity Baby Scoop and dished it out: get your kids involved in the entire process, from the market to the plate! Read below for some great tips on how to get even the pickiest of eaters to enjoy food and hear about Catherine's journey from the catwalk to the kitchen.

CBS: You are mom to 2 1/2-year-old son Kenya and 8-month-old daughter Chloe. How has motherhood changed you? What is your favorite part of motherhood? Most challenging?

CM: "All the cliches are true. The day I had Kenya, it made me selfless. Before, I was so wrapped up in what was important to me. Now it's all about what makes my family happy, which in turn makes me happy. Believe me, I have a lot more respect for my mother now that I'm a mother myself. Funny how that happens!

My favorite parts of motherhood are those unplanned moments when my son wraps his arms around my neck and says "I love you so much" or when my daughter crosses a developmental milestone and I'm there to see it happen. That to me is heaven.