Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 September 2014

Molly Sims: Diaper bag is best friend

Molly Sims

Molly Sims loves travelling around with a diaper bag filled with baby products for her son.

The 40-year-old model-and-presenter welcomed her first child with her film producer husband Scott Stuber in September 2011.

Their baby boy, Brooks Alan, travels nearly everywhere with his jet-setting mother and Molly makes sure she is armed with everything he might need at all times.

“I’m not going to lie, I love my butt cream,” she laughed to America’s OK! magazine.

“I love my diapers, Born Free glass bottles, pacifiers, toys, bibs and spoons. I think Ziplocs have become my best friends because I have a bag of toys, the bag of diapers. I can see everything, so those are really great.”

Although Molly’s son is too little to be going to school in September, the star expects that she’ll love sending him off to class every morning when the time comes.

When she was a child the star used to love getting ready for school at the end of the summer break and claims these were some of her best memories.

“Going shopping with my mom [was exciting]! I love when you go back and get the new backpack and #2 pencils, it’s so fun,” she gushed.

“I was [also] a big plaid girl.”

Molly likes to reminisce over her school days and supports American retailer jcpenney’s charity Adopt-A-Classroom because of their commitment to making children’s education a happy experience.

“Having a son made it that much more real,” Molly explained.

“He’s not going to school, but in one year he will be and I want him to have as much as another child will. [Adopt-A-Classroom] has given millions. They do a really, really good thing.”

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