Meghan Trainor on why ‘women are stronger and smarter’

When we talk about Meghan Trainor, there’s something that always needs to be addressed first: her toilets alongside her husband, Daryl Sabara. In Romper’s new cover story, Trainor delves into exactly what prompted the decision to remodel the bathroom, and talks about the trials and tribulations of motherhood she went through raising her two-year-old son, Riley.

So about toilets: Trainor isn’t shy, and no amount of confusing comments on social media would convince her otherwise.

“F-ck it,” she said. “Still cool. I love it, and I’m proud of it,” he explains, explaining that the reason she and Sabara doubled down on the porcelain was because she was tired of waiting for her turn to pee during Riley’s midnight feeding shifts when she was a kid. The contractor was a bit confused when ordering, but Trainor says it’s still her “favorite part of the house.” The pair only tried to sync their BM once – something Trainor isn’t eager to visit again, saying her husband is a “smelly boy”.

Following everything like Mother of a Toddler is sure to release a new album in October, which is why Trainor counts on celebrity moms friends like Hilary Duff and Ashley Tisdale when she’s on a tough spot: “I got lucky. And she explained that all the moms in our group are adorable Very.” The other day, I texted them like, “My ass is acting up,” and someone texted me the butt doctor—literally saving my ass. I was just with Hailey Bieber and I was like, “The best thing you can do when you have a baby is find a group of moms and join them.” They are the arteries of our lives.”

Her friends and family also helped through a difficult pregnancy with Riley, as Trainor suffered from eczema on her face. “My face was breaking out from dermatitis, so it was like eczema around my mouth. I had gestational diabetes, so I had to check my blood all day. She remembers her pregnancy.

She eventually had to have an unplanned cesarean section to give birth to Riley, who was in the rear. Unlike her “psychopathic” friend Duff, Trainor has been circling medication during the difficult delivery. After some complications, she and Sabara manage to bring Riley home. As she watches her son grow up quickly, Trainor can’t help but cry a little.

She said, “All the wives, all these mothers, you can’t cry, you can’t be like ‘Today was so hard.'” No, you have to be like, ‘Everything is perfect; we are all perfect and happy. She doesn’t know why we suffer more than the fathers in this department, but she is sure of one thing: “Women are stronger and smarter. We make life, you know what I mean?”

Every mom knows what you mean, Megan. Check out the entire interview on Romper.

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