Being Kendra: Cribs, Cocktails, and Getting My Sexy Back
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In the intimate follow up to her New York Times bestselling memoir Sliding Into Home, Kendra Wilkinson reveals the naked truth about her life after Playboy—the secrets behind regaining her trademark sexy body, the trials of her life as a new mother, the tricks of sustaining her long-distance romance with Hank, and her busy adventures juggling the needs of her husband and baby with the demands of her hit TV career. As fans of Dancing with the Stars and Girls Next Door know, Kendra is able to tell it like it is, baring everything she’s learned about love, hardship, body image, and perseverance, all with the infectious optimism that the world loves her for.
of course he’s a bad kid. Look who his mom is.” I had to take the flight; I had no choice. We had (and wanted and needed) to go see Dad. But when you’ve tried everything to calm a kid down, there’s not much else you can do except pray he stops or falls asleep. I can’t hit him or say shut up. I was helpless and just had to take it. When we finally landed in Minnesota, I took the baby and handed him straight to Hank and just said, “Here! Take him!” As much as we try to keep the baby on a
and get a blender, start blending! The result? Success. Now he eats straight-on adult food. We are still on the veggie diet for him. You can’t go wrong with any veggies. He loves broccoli and squash. They make it so easy nowadays; everything is prepackaged and you can buy it frozen and organic and washed. The grocery stores are doing it for you. They cut that shit up! There’s no excuse—“This takes too long!” Hell no. We steam and add garlic and whatever—it takes five minutes to do this! Ten
he’s going to leave two toddler handprints on my dress. And, of course, when I’m getting ready, there are burning-hot curling irons on too, so I’m usually freaking out that he’s going to hurt himself. I’m always watching him, making sure he’s not getting into trouble or about to burn himself, but he always wants to do my hair too, so Jules hands him a brush so he can help. It’s so fun! Then Hank and I will run out to the car (usually fifteen or twenty minutes behind schedule) and we are off.
hospital for extra stuff. They don’t care. Its diapers and wipes and formula. 3. Pack yours and Bob’s favorite card game, movie, music, and thick ass pads for you bleeding vagina. Seriously bring a million of them, it’s like a bloody Niagara Falls. 4. After the epidural and medication I was soooooooooo itchy . . . anti itch cream or lotion will help. Bring that too. 5. Feed the baby as much milk/formula as the baby will eat . . . I made the mistake of always giving him only a certain amount
everyone I worked with to hop on the “let’s do this” bandwagon. I was excited when they set me up for a big interview with Us Weekly magazine. Here I was going into a big magazine to tell my side of the story: “Hef’s girl tells all.” It was supposed to be fun and bubbly, but it turned into a disaster. My publicist didn’t tell me how interviews worked, and I stayed in that interview much too long. During those couple of hours I said a lot of things I regret, things I shouldn’t have said and