Christina Milian thinks she has been changed by motherhood and felt like she had a new perspective of the world after she gave birth to Violet Madison.
Christina Milian thinks motherhood changed her.
The 'Be Cool' actress - who has four-year-old Violet Madison with her ex-husband, The-Dream - has revealed that her perspective of the world felt different after she gave birth.
In a clip from the premiere of 'Christina Milian Turned Up' as obtained by People magazine, the 33-year-old singer-turned-actress shared: ''The second that she was born, it was, like, instantly I became a child again.
''It's like I see the world with new eyes: Not only is this my life to live, this is for my daughter.
''If you really go into it with the mentality that you can do it and this has all been placed into your life for a reason at this time, then, hey, you gotta go with it.''
Meanwhile, Christina recently revealed that her supportive family is the key to her success when balancing work and home life.
She said previously: ''It is a balancing act, for sure. Sometimes I feel like I should be in a circus. But I'm very fortunate, I have a very supportive family.
''I just try to involve her in as many things as I can do with my job. But if I'm going to the studio and it's late, I'll leave her with my mum - but if it's during the day, she wants to come with me. So I try to bring Violet with me wherever I possibly can.''
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