Kelly Clarkson's Quotes About Her Kids Are Incredibly Real & Relatable
Kelly Clarkson strikes me as one of those moms I would want to hang out with if ever we happened to be at the park together. There's something open and accessible about her that has fans everywhere rooting, not only for her, but her whole family. As her second pregnancy comes to a close (and we get closer to finding out what she will name the baby boy she is expecting), let's take a look at some spot on Kelly Clarkson quotes about her kids as a reminder that parenting is a learning curve — even when you're a famous singer.
So what is it about Clarkson that has fans really rallying behind her? I think it's her honesty. She has never shied away from being real with fans. She's been open about so many things, whether it was sharing her body image struggles, her complicated relationship with fame, or her long path to finding love with adorable husband Brandon Blackstock, Clarkson has really let fans in to her life. Maybe that's why so many fans feel such a strong connection with Clarkson. She's like that super talented friend who never takes herself too seriously. Serving up real life wisdom with a smile and a large side of eye-roll. It's why people love her, and it's why her quotes about parenting are really relatable.
On Being A Stepmom
While Clarkson is pregnant with her second baby after giving birth to daughter River Rose Blackstock in 2014, she has actually been a stepmom for much longer. Back in 2013 Clarkson spoke to People magazine about marrying husband Brandon Blackstock and how it felt to be a stepmom to his two kids.
"We all live together and everything," she said. "It's so different, but it's perfect. They're awesome, and I actually really dig the mom thing."
The love has clearly continued to grow, as Clarkson brought stepson Seth onstage at a recent Nashville concert to sing "Uptown Funk" with her, putting her in line to be crowned coolest stepmom ever.
On The Possibility That River Rose Could Be Gay
Kelly Clarkson has said she doesn't care if her daughter is gay as long as she's happy.— Seaway Valley CHC (@SVCHC) March 5, 2015
Clarkson has already... http://t.co/H4WoEr7Pv8
When media outlet Pride Source asked Clarkson how she and her husband might react if her daughter River Rose was gay, she had this to say:
On Making Motherhood A Priority
We all know how hard it is to find a decent work-life balance, and Kelly Clarkson is no different in that regard. While she has gotten a massive amount of satisfaction from her work, she told People in 2015:
On Coming To Terms With Her Own Childhood Through Being A Parent
One thing is certain — the new addition to the Blackstock-Clarkson clan is going to be a well-loved, lucky little boy.