We're trying to raise good humans, and some days, we're better at it than others. You don't always get treats.
I don't over-gift. I don't inundate my child with a lot of things.
I'm learning every day, and I have been since the minute I became a mom.
When I became a mother, my life completely changed.
I do like to buy my own clothes because I like to support designers. I know the work that goes into it.
I went to a local modeling school when I was about 10 and learned to walk the runway.
I have three sisters. I went to an all-girls academy.
I just look for characters I can relate to.
Becoming a mother has been the most amazing experience - in an instant, you become strong. You have to be a little bit wiser; it's the most important job in the world.
Growing up, I always had my dreams set on being an actor, so I looked up to Julia Roberts, Audrey Hepburn.
I still feel like a girl. I don't quite feel like a woman. I'll probably be 90 and feel like, 'Not a woman yet!'
My schedule is pretty busy, so I've learned to do my makeup quickly because I prefer to sleep.
I'll do my makeup in the car sometimes.
I went with a pixie cut when my daughter was really young. It was easy - I mean, it was really easy. But I missed my long hair. Especially after a long winter, all I want is sexy summer hair.
I like doing yoga; I like running and cycling - just staying active. And I love a facial.
As a teenager, skincare is about putting no oil on your skin because you don't want any blemishes, and then in your thirties, you're putting as much oil as it can take to avoid wrinkles!
I work very hard, but I also really enjoy time with my family as well. So I take everything as it comes, but I really am very selfish about my family time.
I feel so blessed to do what I do, but there's nothing in the world better than watching your child succeed.
I found it to be more challenging to be in a huge effects movie, because a lot of the things aren't there. You have to trust the director and react to nothing.
I think I want to pursue a movie career and maybe even pursue some theatre.
Fortunately we've been shooting in North Carolina which means we're not in LA where you can hear people talking about you and you know so much about what's going on in the business.
I love all of his movies. I love all his movies. I love Tom.
I did Phone Booth, and that was shot very, very quickly, but that was Joel Schumacher, who's shot so many movies that, if anybody can figure out how to do it in a couple of days, it's him.
I'm not strictly vegetarian, but meat doesn't play a big part in my diet.
We have our little restaurants, and there's a beautiful beach that we go to in the summer and fall. We tend to have a lot of get-togethers, and if it's at my house, we order pizza because I can't cook.
It's actually great to shoot far away from Hollywood because we don't have the distractions of the parties and premieres and all that. And, of course, you can save money - there are no good shoe stores.
Any time I break up with Dawson or question him, viewers turn against me.
I wasn't very funny or flashy, I was kind of boring.
Chris and I care about each other and we're still friends. Tom is the most incredible man in the world.
Tom and I will always be in our honeymoon phase.
He's the most incredible man. He's so generous and kind, and he helps so many people, and, um, he makes me laugh like I've never laughed, and he's a great friend.
I have some road rage inside of me. Traffic, especially in L.A., is a pet peeve of mine.
I'm not computer literate. I e-mail. I know how to get on the Web, but I haven't crossed over into the internet world. I'm old-fashioned, I guess.
I got caught kissing. Like by my parents. It was so horrible. It's so embarrassing, I'm blushing.
I have a tightly edited closet. I like what I like. And I repeat a lot. But I'm always comfortable in jeans - I feel like I can really do anything when I'm in them.
Definitely trust yourself. Work hard. Be honest with yourself. And life can be joyful. It is joyful. Just give it your all, and it's all going to work out.
I don't always take off my make-up before bed, and I like pizza at two in the morning.
This business is so unstable, and you never really know where you're going to be.
I'm not the easiest person to live with. I'm kind of a slob.
We all keep dreaming, and luckily, dreams come true.
With age, I've gained confidence.
It's kind of fun being the cute, little one. In fact, I'm finding it hard to grow out of that.
I'm so spoiled - I must have a Starbucks vanilla latte every day.
We had such a wonderful set of circumstances in Wilmington. Yes, the four of us became famous literally overnight, but we were in a small town and we always knew when people were coming down. We always knew when to behave.
I'm definitely a messy person... I know where everything is but I just can't organize. I don't make lists and find scripts on the laundry machine, and under my bed, or in the bathroom, kitchen. It's bad, I really need to take control.
In North Carolina nobody bothers us; we're all about concentrating on the work or our auditions that we're trying to get a flight out for. So all that crap is not something that I'm confronted with on a daily basis.
When I was a little girl - if I could have - I would have gone a year without washing my hair. I hated it, to the point where my sisters had to pay me to wash my hair. I think, after experiencing that, I like to wash it every day.
When 'Top Gun' came out, my sisters were like, 'Oh, my God, 'Top Gun!' Tom Cruise!' And I very confidently said, 'I'm going to marry him one day.' It wasn't like, 'How do I get to Tom Cruise?' It was just, 'I think I'm going to marry him. Why not? He'll like me. I'm fun.'