The 1 Thing Alyson Hannigan Will Never Wear Now That She's a Mom

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I think we all have a few things in our closest that we may never wear again for various reasons. But when motherhood happens, well, let's just say that sometimes the wardrobe changes. We can't run around after a toddler in a body con dress and heels. Forty-one-year-old Alyson Hannigan understands this. She shares all the details about that one thing she will never wear now that's she's a mom.


Hannigan told People:

I don't think I'll ever wear a crop top. I've had two children. My belly button will never be the same after the two kids – or my belly!

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Alyson has two daughters, Satyana, 6, and Keeva, 3. I have twins who are 5. I can relate. I still wear a bikini. But a crop top? I cringed when I saw those coming back in style. Yes, I lived through the time they were popular in the 80s and 90s. I wore crop tops a lot ... with baggy jeans, Vans sneakers, and my belly button ring. (Don't laugh. It was cool. So I thought, anyway.) Now? No thanks. I'd be overly concerned about perfect posture and people mistaking me for the babysitter. (That last bit is me dreaming -- let me dream, okay?) No mom has time for perfect posture when we are "relaxing" at the park drinking iced coffee when our kids are angelically playing with each other. Scratch that -- have you ever tried to lift your kid to the too-high monkey bars with their legs flailing about while wearing a crop top?! The horror!

I'm with Alyson. No crop top for me either.

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The ever-relatable Hannigan also talked an experience she had while out wearing fussy clothing -- with unreachable zippers. "The last thing you want to do is spend 15 minutes to try to pee when there's a line out the door. I'm like, 'Im sorry! And can you please help unzip me and zip me back up?' It was not a pleasant event," she said.

That's why onesies with snaps at the crotch were invented for babies. You'd think that technology would be offered to adults, too.

What's the one thing you no longer wear now that you're a mom?


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