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Molly Sims: I make calm babies

Published 10/06/2015

Molly Sims
Molly Sims

Molly Sims says her baby girl has only cried six times.

The American model and actress welcomed her second child, daughter Scarlett in March. The 42-year-old already has two-year-old son Brooks with husband Scott Stuber but having a little girl has brought out a side of her she hadn’t expected.

“I always thought I was a boy mom, but I have never had so much fun dressing anyone in my life!” she told People magazine. “I’ve become the cliché I didn’t think I’d become. It’s like, ‘What do you want to wear today? Pink or hot pink?’”

Molly tied the knot with her film producer spouse in September 2011. Less than a year later they welcomed little Brooks and the blonde beauty feels they have been very lucky with their children, as while some babies scream the house down, hers have been placid.

“I don’t know why, but I make calm babies,” she smiled “She’s probably cried six times in her whole life! I don’t know how.”

While Molly says having two kids has been a “game changer”, she does feel she had learnt a lot from her first few months with Brooks that she has been able to apply to Scarlett.

“I had much more trepidation with Brooks because I didn’t know what I was doing,” she explained. “With her, it’s like, ‘Okay, you’re pooping, you’re eating, you’re drinking — we’re good!’ In that way, it’s been really good.”

Meanwhile Brooks loves being a big brother to his new sibling.

“We were FaceTiming with them the other day and he said, ‘I need to see baby sister!’” Molly added. “He loves her.”

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