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Tina Fey on Motherhood

10/06/2006 at 04:24 PM ET

Former Saturday Night Live head writer Tina Fey‘s daughter Alice just turned 1.  When asked by Us Magazine what her favorite thing about motherhood is, Tina Fey said, "Well, her. I don’t want to be anyone else’s mother!  She’s walking, like a professional walker. And she has a wide range of babble." She also said that Alice is "cute, but she’s bald. She needs a Jessica Simpson hair extension.". (Jessica recently launched a line of hair extensions with BFF Ken Paves.)

Tina’s new show 30 Rock debuts on NBC on October 11th. The show also stars SNL alums Tracy Morgan (who I have really missed since he left a few years ago!) and Rachel Dratch, as well as frequent SNL host Alec Baldwin.

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fumar on

I love this photo! Alice is such a doll, she looks like she has such a personality as I’m sure she does! I love the way Tina talks about her and motherhood, so amusing and real.

Kate on

I agree, this photo is lovely – what a gorgeous looking family!
Alice is a beauty! I love the name too – it is so pure and just lovely! I love it! It is nice to hear a name like Alice amongst all the tacky yet trendy names!


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