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Pink: My Daughter Is ‘Way Cooler than I Am’

10/16/2014 at 10:00 AM ET

Despite her rebel rock star image, Pink is a real softie when it comes to her daughter Willow Sage, who, the singer says, is a primary inspiration in her life.

“Seeing the world through a 3-year-old little girl’s … eyes is like being that age again,” Pink tells ET Canada.

“It’s like starting over in a way – really healing and wondrous, and you’re reminded constantly how sarcastic and how presumptuous you can be, and how hardened life has made you … and how they take things so literally and beautifully that you have to watch how you see things, so that you don’t alter the way they see things, because that innocence is so worth protecting. That’s a really long-winded answer for, ‘She’s way cooler than I am.'”

“She’s magical. Little kids are magical,” the You+Me singer, 35, continued. “And then you go from spending an hour on the floor with this magical, pure little love … and you turn on the news and you look at what’s going on, and the separation between that is just so mindboggling. I wish the world could be more like her. Why are we teaching them? We don’t have it right. At all.”

Pink's Daughter Is Cool Michael Rozman/Warner Bros

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Pink: How Can Moms Not Enjoy Motherhood?

09/21/2013 at 05:00 PM ET

Pink Women's Health Cover
Courtesy Women’s Health

To say that Pink is madly in love with her daughter, Willow Sage, is putting it mildly.

“I have the most beautiful baby that was ever born. Ever. So I’m sorry about all the rest of you,” she jokes in a video promoting her cover story in the October issue of Women’s Health.

The singer, who’s in the middle of her Truth About Love tour, soaks up every minute she can with her 2-year-old, who’s accompanying her mom on her travels around the world.

“My favorite thing to do when I have downtime is sleep and play with my baby. And sleep alongside my baby,” she admits.

But there’s one thing that worries Pink, 33, about her daughter — her taste in music.
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Pink Enjoying Her ‘Yummy’ Life on Tour with Daughter Willow

09/19/2013 at 11:00 AM ET

Life on tour is so much better for Pink now that she has a great new personal assistant — her 2-year-old daughter Willow!

“Her vocabulary is ‘venue,’ ‘catering,’ ‘airplane.’ It’s really funny … She’s rad. The dressing room is now Willow’s room,” the pop star and actress, 34, says in an interview airing Thursday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

With husband Carey Hart along for the ride, too, it makes for one happy family as they tour the globe.

“He’s amazing. We’re a good little threesome,” says Pink. “We’re such a little team, and we go all over the world, and we’re together every day. It’s just so yummy.”

Pink Enjoying Her 'Yummy Life' with Daughter Willow
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Pink: My Daughter Is ‘Fierce,’ but Don’t Call Them the Terrible Twos

09/17/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Pink: My Daughter Is 'Fierce,' but Don't Call Them the Terrible Twos
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When you’re Pink‘s daughter, you’re not going to be a shrinking violet.

And indeed, the singer says her little girl Willow already has a strong personality — and that’s just fine with mom.

“She’s fierce. We need our girls to be fiery,” Pink, 34, said Monday at the Los Angeles premiere of Thanks for Sharing, in which Pink — credited as Alecia Moore, her real name — makes her movie-acting debut.

Willow turned 2 in June. So, would these be the terrible twos?

“Oh, I don’t call them terrible. I think she’s tender,” says Pink. “She has opinions. And my challenge right now is, ‘Don’t laugh,’ because she gets pissed when I laugh. She means it, and I’m laughing. I’m, like, downplaying her emotions. She’s so cute! ‘Don’t look at me, mama! Don’t talk to me, mama!’ Okay!”
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Pink: I Debated Having Kids with Carey Hart

07/17/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Pink True Love Video Daughter Willow
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Pink was once terrified of becoming a mom — until her daughter Willow Sage, 2, was born.

In an interview for the August issue of GQ Australia, the “True Love” singer admits her rocky relationship with her own mother left her with doubts on whether she ever wanted children with husband, Carey Hart.

But the couple’s little girl has since “totally rearranged” her outlook on having a family.

“I had moments where I wanted a kid with Carey. You know — you fall in love and you’re like, ‘We should have kids,’ and then it went away,” Pink, 33, says.

“But he always wanted kids and then we did it and now it’s like, ‘F—, this is so rad.’ It’s more important than anything we’ve done.”
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See Pink’s Daughter Willow in Her New Music Video

07/01/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Pink True Love Video Daughter Willow
Reefshots/Splash News Online

Her new song is called “True Love,” so it’s only fitting that Pink‘s 2-year-old toddler, Willow, would play a major role in the music video.

Released on Sunday, it’s an ode to the singer’s imperfect relationship with husband motocross racer Carey Hart.

But like her tongue and cheek video for “So What,” it’s all in good fun. An adorable pig-tailed Willow is seen playing with stuffed animals, putting lipstick on Mom, and riding bikes with her parents — who engage in a serious rose petal war when Willow isn’t looking.

“Sometimes I want to slap you,” Pink sings to Hart. But “I know life would suck without you.”

The video also stars Pink’s pal and fellow mom Lily Allen, who makes an appearance at the end.

Click below to see a super cute Willow working the camera!
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Pink Calls Willow’s Concussion the ‘Worst Day of My Life’

04/30/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

Pink Glamour Willow Concussion Ellen von Unwerth/Glamour

No more monkeys jumping on the bed!

When it comes to her 23-month-old daughter Willow Sage, first-time mom Pink is singing a new tune.

“Every time she bounces on the bed, I see stitches,” she says in Glamour‘s June issue. “Being a parent is a Jedi mind f—. It’s also the raddest thing ever.”

As it turns out, the new mama’s worries are for good reason. When her daughter was “around a year old,” Pink was forced to face her worst fears — head on!

“Willow and I were at the pool and I was taking her to nap time. She was walking just a foot in front of me, and she trips and falls and gets a concussion,” Pink, 33, recalls. “She passed out. Cut to an ambulance and fire truck and a CAT scan.”

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