Molly Sims Reveals How Her Daughter’s Tendencies to Get Naked All a Time Are ‘Payback’ for Her Own Childhood

The czar has no garments  oh wait, that’s Molly Sims‘ 2-year-old daughter!

The singer and indication tells PEOPLE that she has “that’s my kid” moments since her daughter Scarlett May can’t seem to keep her garments on  —  and when she was Scarlett’s age, Sims couldn’t either.

“It’s so humorous since my mom used to contend this about me, that we could never keep my garments on,” Sims, 44, says in a Celeb Parents Get Real segment. “[Scarlett] is constantly naked.”

“She answered a doorway … boundary naked,” she adds. “And we consider it’s payback.”

My small minions. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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The mom of 3  Sims also has dual sons: Brooks Alan, 5, and Grey Douglas, 8 months — goes on to contend that “there were many times over many pregnancies that we roughly mislaid it.”

“I consider this pregnancy with Grey was a hardest. we was so sick,” Simms continues, describing a noted outing into New York City on a Long Island Expressway. “I was like, ‘You’ve got to lift over’ and we was queasiness on a side of a highway since we was so sick. we was so nauseous.”

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Asked either there was one parenting impulse she would redo, Sims answers she wouldn’t have put so most vigour on her oldest son Brooks to be potty lerned so early.

“I did jellybeans, we did plaque charts, we did toys — we can’t trust I’m revelation this, though yes, we bribed,” Sims says. “Someone pronounced to me, ‘When they’re ready, they’re ready.’ The day he was ready, he didn’t need a Batman toy.”

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Sims also brings adult her impasse with Life Health Summit, an online use that’s “basically like a alloy in your pocket” for a many women who experience postpartum depression.

“So many women go by pregnancy … they’re taken caring of and their baby’s taken caring of and [then] we have a baby and we comprehend that, ‘Wait a second, no one’s holding caring of me,’ ” Sims says, adding that it’s “a village of support that we consider we all need.”