As a mom of 3 and horde of a new TV show, Megyn Kelly could use an occasional siesta. However, that oppulance went out a window when her second child arrived.
In a shred for PEOPLE’s Celeb Parents Get Real, a radio luminary — who usually debuted Megyn Kelly TODAY — talked about wrangling kids Thatcher Bray, 4, Yardley Evans, 6, and Edward Yates, 8, with husband Douglas Brunt.
When asked what she missed many about life before motherhood, Kelly immediately responded, “Naps.” And nonetheless a horde says she could still hide in a few Zs when she had her initial son, that existence became a thing of a past on a arrival of her daughter.
“It’s dual on two. There’s no downtime for anybody,” she explains. “Then we had Thatcher, my third child, and we hardly beheld a difference. We had already given adult all personal time with a birth of a second child.”
Adds Kelly, 46, “But we used to adore my naps and we was an glorious napper. we could do it with no problem. we could revitalise from it and go about my day. That is gone, though not forgotten.”
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Kelly describes herself as an tractable primogenitor — expected since of a approach she was raised, in that her possess parents told her that she was “not special.”
“It usually unequivocally took all a vigour off me, and we never felt like we needed to be extraordinary to have their love. we knew I’d have it even if we was unchanging aged me,” she shares. “I didn’t go to an Ivy League college, though it worked out excellent for me in a end. we always felt comfortable in my possess skin, and we still do.”
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) September 30, 2014
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But that doesn’t meant there isn’t an annoying moment or dual along a way. Kelly describes a time when she brought her son to a arcade and began personification a turn of Skee-Ball while he napped in his hiker nearby.
“I was nailing it. we was carrying a diversion of my life, and afterwards he woke up,” she says. “He started great a little, afterwards he unequivocally started crying. we usually had dual balls left and we was like, ‘You’re fine. Mommy will be right with you.’ ”
She continues, “And during that moment, a lady came over and was like, ‘Aren’t we Megyn Kelly?’ ‘No. No, I’m not. Never listened of her.’ That was not my proudest moment.”