[On balancing work and family life] "I suffer the same guilt. I constantly worry I am coming up short. It is the same thing every working mother copes with. We all cope exactly the same way, which is with pride, with anxiety, with disappointment, with failure and small victories. I deal with it like everyone else."
"We are honestly like any working couple with a family . . .You do the best you can. You make your child a priority and hope that you are able to do the things that matter to you, and if not, start figuring out how to make your child's life the best."
"I like working in film because it allows me to be a mother more than
anything else. Theater and television don't allow that luxury of time."
"As a working mother, the last thing on my mind when I'm trying to get my son out the door and to school on time is how I look. I still love clothes, but they just don't fit into my life the way they used to. For work, I get to dress up and somebody does my hair and makeup, and its like a little holiday for a few hours. But for everyday, it would be foolish to spend more time on my outfit than I do on my son."