Few women have had a better year than Tina Fey. Any mom that could steal the spotlight from the four people vying for the nation's top posts deserves the Wonder Woman title.
The Vanity Fair cover girl was the star of the election season with her dead-on impersonation of vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Not to mention that the creative genius walked home with two Golden Globes last weekend and four Emmys last year for her hit show, 30 Rock. She also recently signed a $5 million book deal. The first female head writer for Saturday Night Live, Fey left the show following the birth of her daughter, Alice, 3, with whom she has appeared in adorable ads for American Express.
The supermom is also involved in the fight against hunger through her work with Mercy Corps, an organization that educates about world poverty. With her schedule filled to the brim, it is no wonder that Fey disclosed to Vanity Fair that the possibilities of having another babe were slim. She said:
"I feel like the window is closing — I’m 38. Obviously you want the best chance of the baby being healthy, and I think with our life and jobs right as they are at this moment, it doesn’t seem possible. It’s the year after the baby comes that is like someone hitting you every day in the face with a hammer."
Congratulations to the revolutionary mom who once said that her daughter carried a candy resume to her preschool interviews.