Tamar Braxton Says Motherhood Is the Best Thing to Happen to Her
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Tamar Braxton Says Motherhood Is the Best Thing to Happen to Her

The youngest Braxton sister, Tamar Braxton, has a lot to be thankful for these days. Since making her TV debut on Braxton Family Values a couple years ago, this lady’s life has changed tremendously. Now, Tamar has a hit record on her hands that’s earned her several awards and three Grammy nomination, in addition to her first solo tour, a job co-hosting a hit talk show on a major network, and her own reality show. But of all the things that have happened to Tay Tay, there’s one thing that tops it all — becoming mother to her son, Logan, almost a year ago.

“Motherhood is the best thing that ever happened to me,” Tamar told Michigan’s Morning Sun. “It kind of puts everything in perspective.” Aww!

Tay-Tay went on to say, “There’s time to work and time to be a wife and time to be a mother, and that’s what comes first to me. If Logan is sick, if he needs anything, I stop everything and tend to him and make sure he’s taken care of before anything else gets handled.”

We totally love to see this maternal side from Tamar, especially since she was very adamant about not being ready for motherhood during the earlier seasons of Braxton Family Values and her spin-off, Tamar & Vince. The former doo-wop-pop-pop backup singer said that she wanted to secure a successful solo career for herself before ever embarking on children, but ultimately had a change of heart and realized that there were more important things than her success… sort of.

“That doesn’t mean all the other stuff isn’t important; it’s just not MORE important than he is,” she said.

Do you think motherhood has changed Tamar Braxton since we first met her on Braxton Family Values? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

Source: Morning Sun

05.30.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Afiya Augustine
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