“I love the babies, I love to bring them up, and I want to be a mom to my kids, I want them to be good and healthy, and to make them great,” said the mom of two.
“But I also have to be very responsible.
I can’t be a baby mom without being responsible for the kids.”
The mom of four, who has been known as “baby girl” for her toddler daughter, says she has learned to manage her energy and to “focus on being a mom.”
She said she loves to play video games, make crafts, and watch TV.
She said she is grateful for the attention she receives from strangers and her peers.
“When I go out in public, I feel really, really safe.
I think it makes me feel good,” she said.
The mom, who is also the president of the National Association of Moms, says it is important to keep a safe space where she can speak her mind.
“I’m a little scared.
I’m scared of being called a bitch, a bitch,” she added.
“And I think that’s something that a lot of people don’t know.
When you go to the playground, you know, you feel safe.”
The Fox News interview shows the first of three segments about the importance of keeping children safe.
“You have to protect them,” said host Brooke Baldwin.
“Just because they’re small doesn’t mean they don’t have the right to be safe.”
Watch the interview on Fox News at 9 p.m.
ET and Fox News Kids at 9:30 p.