Parents.com: How would you describe your pregnancy?
Lindsay Price: Really good. At the beginning I didn't have much morning sickness, maybe a little here and there. Months seven and eight, I had to check in with myself, and now that I'm at the end of month eight I'm feeling it. I especially love the kicks and the moves. I'm really enjoying it a lot.
Did you exercise during your pregnancy?
I've stayed active by swimming, hiking, and doing yoga.
How would you describe yourself right now?
Like two cantaloupes. I don't know if there is a fruit to describe my body (laughs).
Have you put a set of musical headphones on your belly, or do you and Curtis talk to your belly?
Yeah, I talk to the baby. I definitely play music because I'm a big music person.
Have you had any fun food cravings?
In the early stages I could not get enough of guacamole. I thought about it all day long. I'm really lucky because Curtis is a healthy eater.
Did getting pregnant scare you?
The excitement and joy was there, but yes, I did get scared. I started thinking, "How does life change? Will I be selfless enough? I now have to live to support another human being. What if my body never goes back into shape?"
Did you read any books?
I tend to read everything. When I'm interested in a subject I really dive into the topic. While I've been pregnant I read What to Expect When You Are Expecting, The Baby Whisperer and Ina May's Guide to Childbirth and Guide to Breastfeeding.
You just had a very public baby shower. So many celebs shy away from allowing the media inside. Why did you go a different route?
At first I thought this was a personal thing to do and it should not be public. Then I began thinking, this is something to celebrate and why not share that joy?
Your baby shower was attended by celebrity moms like Rebecca Romijn and Sarah Michelle Gellar. What advice did they float you?
Although Rebecca had twins she did say take your Omega 3, 6, and 9 and eat a lot of protein. One of my other friends told me not to buy too many newborn clothes and don't be afraid to ask for help. Sarah told me, "Your whole world changes. Not only do your priorities change, but they will never be the same."
What was the worst thing someone told you about having a baby?
Your life is over. You will never go out. Sleep now. Wear your high heels now.