Once our favorite celebrities become parents, we're exposed to an entirely different side of their personas. Alicia Silverstone, who was at one time best known for her Clueless role as spoiled valley girl Cher Horowitz, is now an advocate for attachment parenting, orgasmic natural childbirth, and prechewing her son's food for him. On the opposite end of the spectrum, there's Tina Fey, whose bestseller, Bossypants, includes a (hilarious) prayer to her daughters: "Lead her away from Acting, but not all the way to Finance. Something where she can make her own hours but still feel intellectually fulfilled and get outside sometimes . . . and not have to wear high heels." Which celeb mom's parenting style is closest to your own? Take our quick quiz to find out if you're more of a Beyoncé, Alicia, or Kourtney.

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What's your favorite color?

Let's go shoe shopping! What's in your bag?

Where did your babies sleep?

In our family bed — it's best for all of us.
Wherever they'd give me a break.
In their cribs, unless they needed some extra loving.
In their cribs (where else?!).
In our bed — they just seemed happier there.
Who can keep track?! We're in a different hotel room every few nights.

Which looks most like your diaper bag?

Hot-topic time: What's your attitude toward breastfeeding?

It's the greatest gift you can give to your baby. You can make it work!
Easier said than done for working moms!
If it works for you, that's great. If not, don't beat yourself up over it.
You can do it! If it's tough going at first, keep trying.
Do what works for your family and with your schedule.
I loved being able to do this for my babes.

How do you get around town?

What's for dinner?

Miso soup, mochi, and daikon.
Champagne and caviar (no, really).
Brown-rice sushi.
We're hitting the drive-through. Guilty as charged.
Brick-oven pizza and a big salad.
Breaded chicken with asparagus and potatoes.