On the surface, Chrissy Teigen is untouchable. Her house is something you'd make using a bunch of cheat codes in The Sims, her husband is one of 13 people in history to claim EGOT status, and her career seems to be predicated on checking items off a bucket list. But somehow, she can strip all that away with observations and confessions so relatable, you could have said them yourself. Suddenly she's not Chrissy Teigen, supermodel/television personality/bestselling author, she's a friend sitting cross-legged on your couch in fluffy socks from the dollar aisle of Target, watching Vanderpump Rules and shoveling Cheetos in her face.
Chrissy is at her unbridled best when she's talking about her kids, Luna and Miles, and the impact they've had on her life. She consistently shows us that when it comes to parenting, it doesn't matter where you're from or how much money you have. Our joys, our insecurities, and our moments of sheer embarrassment aren't so dissimilar after all.
Here are just a few of the lessons Chrissy has impressed upon me in Parenting 101.