Sara Evans and her three kiddos

05/01/2005 at 09:25 AM ET

Sara Sara‘s a country singer, for those that don’t know. Her kids are Avery (boy), Olivia, and baby Audrey. This scan is from Callie, who found it at Sara Online. You can also see the full page article in this weeks People. Some interview highlights:

How a baby changes everything: "I did not get pretty or cool until Avery was born. I was a complete geek. I always carried 10lbs too much. My hair was shorter. I had no clue how to dress."

Her new attitude: "Just because you’re in your 30s and you’re a mom doesn’t mean you can’t be fit and cute. There’s no reason why, even if you don’t have a lot of money, you can’t go to Old Navy and get a cute pair of jeans, cute top, flip-flops, and stay young and trendy."


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Emma on

Um, I think her baby daughter’s name is Elizabeth Audrey.

Sarah, CBB Editor on

It’s listed as Audrey in People. *shrugs*

Jane on

It’s Audrey. Orignally, some magazine messed up and printed it as Elizabeth Audrey but its the other way around. Look on her offical site. And her kids are so cute!

Lauren on

I LOVE Sarah Evans! She has such a beautiful voice. Got to see her a couple years ago on tour with Kenny Chesney.

B on

That is an adorable picture! I love her and I’m happy that she seems so happy!!

Bab on

I am transferring this from another post, since she’s referring to Sara’s comment. I don’t agree with it at all, but maybe some of you do and we can discuss it.
-Sarah, CBB Editor

I think there was someone’s post here that may have been deleted. In any case, it was a comment about how you should dress cool even if you’re a mom in your 30s. I wanted to make a small, little comment and send a message to person who wrote it. I absolutely agree but I want to remind all ladies that flip-flops (an item the post’s author listed among “cool” items to wear) should remain where they belong: in the shower. I can’t look at all these lovely women who ruin their outfits with these ridiculous shoes. I don’t know what happened to this country but everyone else in the world thinks flip-flops should be used only at the beach. Plastic flip-flops are not cool. And are not a good idea if you don’t want to look sloppy…Sorry for expressing my frustration :)
BTW, Britney looks really nice in these new pictures.

Ashley on

I almost always wear flip flops (except at work of course) because they are the only things that don’t give me blisters. I still look cute and, believe it or not, I still get comments from people that I look too dressed up even when I’m wearing flip flops. Who knows…I guess it depends on the whole outfit. And yes, I travel a lot and would never wear flip flops in Europe ;).

Elizabeth on

I also like Sara Evans. Does she take her three kids on the road with her? They are so cute.

K on

“There’s no reason why…you can’t go to Old Navy…and stay young and trendy.”

Unless you’d rather dress like a confident grown woman instead of child. When did “mature” become a bad word? I find “cute” and “trendy” the offensive words here.

Sam on

Elizabeth-

Yes Sara says that she does take her kids on the road. If you go to http://www.cmt.com Go to the Sara Evans page and then click on video, you will find a video of her talking about taking her kids on the road.

katie on

i LOVE flip-flops. they’re the most comfortable sandals ever, and they go with so many outfits. i can see why older people wouldn’t like them, they’re seen as beach sandals aka thongs. but i think they’re great, they’re better than those high heels that also function as weapons because they’re so pointy! i have wide feet and i can’t even squeeze my feet into them. i dress for comfort as a priority. i’m in high school and i don’t have to worry about dressing nicely for work. i love it. they make ones that aren’t plastic, i got these great suede-ish ones from old navy. the plastic ones irritate my feet.

Jane on

I think Sara was trying to say that even though you’re a mother, it doesn’t mean you have to completely change the way you want to dress. She’s just saying that you can still look cute, and be a mature woman too.

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