Law and Order actress Mariska Hargitay takes a break on the set of Law and Order to visit her adorable son August

Lisa Rinna along with her husband Harry Hamlin in Mexico with their daughters Delilah, 12 and and the adorable Amelia, 9
Helena Christensen and her son Magnus stroll through NYC yesterday

Sarah Jessica Parker interview about family in Vogue magazine

Sarah Jessica Parker, on trying to conceive naturally: "We tried and tried and tried and tried and tried to get pregnant but it just was not to be, the conventional way—I would give birth as often as I could, if I could. I cherished all the milestones, the good and the bad."

On the day their surrogate mother went into labor unexpectedly: Sarah's hubby Matthew Broderick wasn't home, so it was just she and her son running around the house throwing things into a suitcase. "And I came back into the room and saw James Wilkie combing his hair down in a certain way and standing in front of the mirror. And he doesn't know that I heard him say, 'I have to be handsome when I meet my sisters.' It killed me."

On meeting her twin daughter for the first time: "Meeting your children rather than giving birth to them, it's as if, um, it's—suspended animation. The gestational experience is gone. It's as if everything else disappears for a moment, and the world goes silent and—I can't explain it except to say that nothing else existed. I don't remember anything but the blanket on the bed that they were lying on and my husband's face and their faces and my son's. It's literally as if sound is sucked from the room. Time stands still. It's so different, and equally extraordinary. I am very poor at describing it. But it's amazing."

On the months leading up to the birth of her twins: "I think the biggest thing is you can't celebrate something that is potentially filled with joy, nor can you share fears and worries about every checkup, you know—the sixteen-week checkup, the amnio, the this, the that. The bone scan, the nuchal test. And the waiting is different, the whole nine months. We couldn't talk about the fact that we were having children to anybody for soooo long. All the stuff that matters is secretive and worrisome. You can't talk about how you feel about the woman who's carrying your children; you can only talk about it to your husband." She laughs. "And he just doesn't want to talk about it as much as you do."

On wanting siblings for her son James: "I didn't want him to have to shoulder the burden of us—later in life—by himself."

On being away from the twins while filming Sex in the City 2: "I haven't seen my daughters for almost two months, with the exception of Skype, and I have to tell you, I never felt like this." [James] Stayed here [London] ; he loved it." He also visited Morocco briefly, flying home without her (and filling in his own customs card on landing). But the twins were too young to get their H1N1 shots.

On if doing theater is easier for moms than doing movies is: "[It's harder] because I really like putting the kids to bed. And when I'm doing a movie, for the first few days of the week I can almost always get home in time to put James Wilkie and my daughters to sleep. If I'm doing a play, I miss all of that."

On the girls' nicknames: Tabitha Hodge ("or Babe") and Marion Loretta Elwell ("or Kitty"). "Aren't those great names? Babe Broderick! Kitty Broderick! It's like it's 1940. I wish it were 1940."

On loving these early years with her kids: "[There'll come a time when] my son doesn't like us the way he really loves us now. He certainly won't want to have us there and pushing his hair back and tucking him in and putting lotion on his body and the routine that we love. My daughters have a bottle at 6:30 to 7:00 and then they get like a dream feed at 9:30 to 10:00, and I love it."

On loving motherhood: "I make my children's food myself. We put together their high chairs ourselves; we do a lot ourselves! We do our own grocery shopping, we go to the market ourselves, you know? I do my laundry."

Kendra Wilkinson & Family: Strollin' In The Sun

Reality Television star Kendra Wilkinson along with her husband football pro Hank Baskett were spotted on a stroll with their 4-month-old son Hank IV in Los Angeles today

Knox Jolie-Pitt & Grandma Give A Wave

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's son the gorgeous Knox Leon 1 1/2 year old with Brad's mother, Jane Pitt, in Venice, Italy on Tuesday today

Model Christy Turlington and her husband Directo Ed Burns were spotted walking with their two adorable children daughter Grace, 6, and son their Finn, 4 spotted in New York City on Sunday (April 11).
Supermodel Karolina Kurkova and her family fiancé Archie Drury along with their 5-month old Tobin Jack were spotted having lunch in New York City yesterday

Amy Poehler's Big Apple Babe

Actress and expectant second time mother actress Amy Poehler, was spotted along with her son adorable Archie, 17 months in the park New York City yesterday (April 12).

Naomi Watts "If I could guarantee myself a girl, I'd say yes to having more kids"

Naomi Watts is already a mom to two sons, Sasha 2- years old and 15-month-old Samuel, with Actor Liev Schreiber. She said: “If I could guarantee myself a girl, I’d say yes to having more children… but I’d be sure to have another boy.” The 41-year-old actress also admitted she constantly questions her choices when she is trying to juggle her family life with her career, but knows in her heart she is doing her best. She added to She magazine: “I see myself as any other working woman. Every day I’m struggling to get it right, do the best I can, make the right choices for work, be a good mother and have time for my relationship with Liev. I’m never sure whether I’m doing any of it right, but I’ve finally got to the age where at least I know that I’m just doing my best.”