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Pink’s Daughter Is Adorably Preparing to Be a Big Sister

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Pink, the 37-year-old Grammy winning pop star, recently posted on Instagram about how her daughter Willow Sage is already practicing to be a big sister to her unborn sibling. It’s pretty cute.

The Jewish mom captioned the photo with, “Dry Runs,” which showed her 5-year-old practicing how to change a diaper on a doll.

Dry Runs

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Pink announced in early November that she was expecting her second child with husband Carey Hart. While she’s been relatively quiet on her pregnancy up until now, she also posted a Boomerang video of her bump after Thanksgiving. In it, she wrote:

“Late turkey dance love from The Harts  #gratitude #loveyourself #loveeachother #morepie.”

When it comes to motherhood, however, Pink has opened up about what it means to her. She previously talked to PEOPLE, stating:

“I have lived a lot of life in a very short time, and you get hardened a little bit — you get jaded, you build up walls. And when you see this little kid, and you get to watch them through infancy to toddler to little person, it’s amazing.

You see how you were. When you watch this bundle full of love and light that’s untarnished and untainted by heartache and any of the numerous things that change you, it’s very healing. It’s a miracle.”

Mazel tov to the happy family! We can’t wait to see Pink’s new bundle of joy.


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Joanna Valente

Joanna Valente is the Editorial Assistant at Kveller. She is the author of Sirs & Madams The Gods Are Dead, and Marys of the Sea (forthcoming), and received her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College. You can follow her @joannasaid on Twitter, @joannacvalente on Instagram, or email her at joanna@kveller.com.

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