More from Elisabeth Rohm
You have a passion for horses and are a very talented rider. Is this something you'll encourage Easton to do as well?
Yes. Easton has been on a horse and taken a few lessons. What I like about it is how it teaches her how to have a relationship with an animal. That's a huge responsibility and something I encourage. I think it's important for her to understand what it means to be in charge of something and bond with nature.
You bring up a good word: responsibility. Does Easton have any responsibilities around the house?
For one, we encourage her to clean up her room. We're big juicers and we tend to make a lot of fresh juice. When we do, she helps us clean up.
How does she respond to doing chores?
She likes to be involved. If I'm making her orange juice, she likes to throw the oranges into the blender and then helps me clean up. She likes to be a participant.
Do you give her a reward for a job well done?
When I used to do that, it became, "What are you going to give me now?"
You're teaming up with Baby Buggy and Kind's Movement campaign. Tell me about that.
I've always been impressed with people who do kind things. When I signed on to the Kind Movement I really felt like I needed that reminder of what it means to do the kind thing. I hope from February 28 through March 6 others will do it too.
Define a kind act.
A small act of kindness can be lending a helping hand, opening a door, or talking to a mother that is dealing with a meltdown. The whole idea is to become conscious of being nice. People can visit www.KINDmovement.com to pledge that they too will be participating. Through this initiative I'll challenge people across the country to carry out one act of kindness. If enough individuals pledge to participate, celebrity moms like me will deliver diapers and other vital items to impoverished families in New York and Los Angeles with the help of Baby Buggy.