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Tori Spelling Discusses Motherhood

Tori Spelling Asks: Are Little Girls Born to Be Mommies?

We're happy to share a new post from ediTORIal by Tori Spelling, Tori's daily blog about everything from food and fashion to parenting and relationships. This week, Tori wonders if all little girls want to be moms.

It's fascinating to me that, from the time little girls can walk and talk, they already have the mommy gene. It's so natural for them to want to be mothering and nurturing. Stella, from such an early age, was obsessed with holding her baby, changing her baby, pretending to feed it, and putting it down for naps. I often hear her calmly yet firmly reprimanding her baby doll for acting up. After she gives her tough love, I see her hug the baby and tell her, "I love you.” It's beyond beautiful!

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So, as women, is it just in our nature from birth to be mommies? Do your daughters play Mommy, too? I’d love to hear your take below.

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YOUR baby does that. It doesn't mean they all do! Now that you have two of the same gender perhaps you'll get to see that they're not all built the same. And that's just fine.
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