"What I remember the most is the cry," Nicole Kidman says about her 6-year-old daughter Sunday's birth. The mom of four — Isabella, Connor, Sunday, and Faith — appears in a 15-page spread in the most recent issue of Net-a-Porter's The Edit, where she reveals some of the best memories of her life. In addition to reading War and Peace and tasting snow, Kidman vividly shares her thoughts on childbirth, saying:
"Giving birth is just whoa! What I remember the most is the cry. When the baby is born the cry penetrates on such a deep level and Keith says that too. He goes, 'what about that cry!' And we actually did record our birth. So we've heard it back. And every time it jolts me back into the moment."
Watch the beautifully shot video above to see Kidman's proudest memories (and read the entire article to see some gorgeous shots of the 47-year-old mom), and tell us, what do you remember most about your children's births?
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