Some celebrity moms really need blogs. Whether we want to hear more from them because they are fascinating, inspiring, quirky, or a bit crazy, these celebrity moms would probably have some of the most read blogs on the internet:
Britney Spears – This pop star probably isn’t one of the best celebrity moms to take parenting advice from, but she’d definitely have one of the most popular blogs. After all, who doesn’t want to know what kind of crazy comfort food Britney Spears whips up for sons Sean (4) and Jayden (3)? (Cheetos casserole, anyone?) And can you imagine her trying to help with homework as the boys get older? But as much as we’d all love to have a laugh at a Britney Spears blog, I actually think seeing her thoughts on the trials and tribulations of being a parent might win her a few more fans.
Christina Applegate – After her difficult breast cancer battle and all she’s been through, Christina Applegate is one of the celebrity moms-to-be we’d most like to see blog. She’d be an inspiration for so many other women after bravely undergoing a double mastectomy and now experiencing the joy of a pregnancy, and her optimistic, upbeat personality would make hers one of the most fun blogs by celebrity moms to read. She’s already tweeted about having major avocado cravings, and I think it would be fun to see what else she experiences on her way to becoming a new mom. Plus I’ve got the perfect name for her blog, too: “Almost Married with Children.” (She’s currently just engaged.)
Angelina Jolie – When it comes to the sexiest celebrity moms we’d most like to see blogs from, I think Angelina Jolie is one of the most obvious. We’re definitely curious about what it’s like to have so many kids running around, as she and daddy Brad try to balance their movie careers and twins Vivienne and Knox (2), daughter Shiloh (4), adopted son Pax (6), adopted son Maddox (8), and adopted daughter Zahara (5). It would be fascinating to know more about her kids’ personalities, especially with little Shiloh so often dressing like a boy, and I think she’d have one of the most read blogs by celebrity moms not just for what one of the world’s most fascinating celebrities has to say about being a mom, but because of the incredible pictures she could post (who doesn’t want to see what breakfast in the Jolie-Pitt household is like?).
Gwen Stefani – I think it’s fairly obvious why Gwen Stefani is one of the sexiest celebrity moms that would have one of the best blogs: for the fashion. Busy moms barely have time to dress themselves or their kids, so it would be fun to see how this mom stays so stylish while helping her sons, Kingston (4) and Zuma (1), look just as good. Besides advice for helping mom and child both look great, it would also be fun to see what it’s like living in such a rockin’ household (I wonder if Kingston or Zuma have expressed their parents’ same interest in music?).
Tina Fey – As one of the celebrity moms here least known for being a mom, I think Tina Fey could have one of the most interesting (and humorous) blogs about mommyhood (hey, at least we know she can write!). I would love to see how different this Sarah Palin impersonator’s real life is from that of the geeky single lady she plays on ’30 Rock’, and it would be fun to see if 4-year-old Alice exhibits the same comedic skills as her mommy. Oh yeah, it would also be nice to get some insight into what it’s like to be the sexiest mom alive (Tina Fey was recently awarded that honor by CafeMom.com).
Sandra Bullock – After a nasty breakup and an adoption that shocked the world, I think it’s safe to say that every American mom would want to read a blog by America’s sweetheart and our favorite single mom. Plus, in addition to how she’s adjusting to life with adopted baby Louis, we definitely all want to know more about Sandra’s role in the life of little Sunny, ex Jesse James’ daughter. (I’d love to see how she’ll manage to keep things from getting messy with Jesse.)
Katie Holmes – I know Katie Holmes would be one of the celebrity moms here with one of the most-read blogs, thanks in part to hubby Tom Cruise, however, it would also be interesting to get some insight into little Suri’s camera-filled life. She seems to be one of the most-photographed celebrity children these days, and moms would love to know the effect all that attention is having on Katie Holmes’ 4-year-old-daughter. Plus everyone wants a peek at the little fashionista’s closet (does she have anymore controversial pieces hidden in there somewhere, like those little kitten heels?), and the world already loves watching little Suri grow up, so her mom might as well commentate on the ordeal.
Isla Fisher – This rom-com star hasn’t quite achieved the status of some of the other celebrity moms on this list, but one of hte sexiest celebrity moms on this list is married to Borat. It would definitely be interesting to see how this mom handles living with Sacha Baron Cohen and how 3-year-old daughter Olive reacts to him when he’s in character.
Jamie Lynn Spears – Since Britney’s little sister and star of ‘Zoey 101’ became a teen mom and disappeared from the public spotlight, why no start a blog about the experience? Shows like ‘Teen Mom’ and ’16 and Pregnant’ are extremely popular, so I know the world would love to see how one of the most famous teen moms and daughter Maddie (2) are doing today.
Madonna – So what’s it like being one of the most powerful women in the world as well as a mom? Well, apparently it’s pretty wild in Madonna’s world. With reports that Madonna won’t let her kids watch TV and that daughter Lourdes (13) isn’t allowed to date until she’s 18, it would be interesting to see what life in that household is like. I imagine not all moms would agree with the way Madonna raises Lourdes and son Rocco (9), but I know she’d have one of the most popular blogs if she tried her hand at handing out parenting tips. (Plus it’s fascinating how Lourdes looks more and more like her mom).
So from moms-to-be to moms that cause controversy, these celebrity moms would have some of the most-read blogs on the internet for many different reasons, whether we value their advice or just want to have a good giggle at it.