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The Hot Mom To Be Handbook

The Hot Mom To Be Handbook: Womb With a View

Our culture is obsessed with moms feeling the need to be "hot" even though they may have children climbing, tugging and spitting up on them 24/7.

For those ladies who are determined NOT to let children soil their fab image, the Hot Mom to Be Handbook: Womb With a View ($17) is a necessary read.

After enjoying a foreword by the famous Bachelorette Trista Sutter, readers will laugh their way through the humorous tales of motherhood — make that hot motherhood.

Are you concerned with being HOT?

Check out the gallery to see what "hot" mamas were at the book release party.


Trista and Ryan Sutter with son Maxwell.

Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon looked lovely in white.

Brooke Burke walked the red carpet with her two oldest daughters.

Ali Landry is another hot mama.

Melissa Joan–Hart cradled newborn son Braydon in her arms.
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Ericka Ericka 7 years
I don't think it's a "need" to feel hot. I look at is as being balanced and trying to make time for yourself and your child. Why not try to squeeze in a little time for a haircut and color, or a manicure? I want to look my best for myself.
lickety-split lickety-split 7 years
stupid. and yes, i know that's a bad word.
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