Beyoncé muses about motherhood

    Beyoncé’s found a whole new purpose for her life in raising her daughter Blue Ivy Carter.

    Countless awards, stacks of #1 hits, and four wild successful albums are nothing compared to being a mom.

    "[Motherhood] just gives you purpose and all of the things that my self esteem was associated with, it’s all completely different," Beyoncé told Anderson Cooper.

    Along with shifting her focus to her baby like any good working mom, Bey knows that she wants lead her daughter in the way that she should go.

    "More than anything [I know] the things I want to pass on to my child," the diva said. "And the best way of doing that is not by preaching or telling her, but showing her by example, which is one of the reasons I’m here."

    And Blue Ivy is often treated to live, original material by Bey every day. That said, it seems that baby Blue is not acquainted with her mom’s superstar status.

    I sing nursery rhymes and I’m mommy and when she sees me, today was the first time she saw me perform in rehearsal, she was very confused," said Beyoncé. "I sing all of them. I make up actually a lot of crazy, corny songs."



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