Celebrity news News & Gossip 10 of the best mad-mum quotes from singer Pink Rock chick Pink shocks, delights and amuses with her thoughts on being a mum 1 of Ad break Stumbling through"It's been amazing watching my man stumble awkwardly into love with his baby daughter," Pink tells Ellen DeGeneres. Freak show "And it's just a dance party and now my husband can't call me a freak cause somebody's dancing with me," Pink tells Ellen DeGeneres. Prescious moments "Now that Willow's so rambunctious and doing her own thing, nursing is the only time I can get her to stop and star longingly into my eyes," Pink tells Fabulous magazine. Mummy momentos "My life was once whiskey, tears and cigarettes... now it's snot, tears and the colour of poop," Pink tweeted. Continue slideshow > Pitter patter "You realise one day, Holy s**t, she's running away from me!" Pink tells Entertainment Tonight Canada. Turning tables "I'm glad that I waited until I was 31 to have a baby because, honestly, how many tables can you dance on? I've pretty much claimed them all and so I don't feel like I've missed anything. And right now is the best part of life," Pink tells Fabulous magazine. On being mum..."It's surprised me how good I am at being a mom," Pink tells Fabulous magazine. The practicalities "Sippy cup? Check. Rubber squeaky froggie? Check. Teething necklae? Check. Crackers? Check. Teething cookie? Check. LET'S MOVE!!!" Pink tweeted. Continue slideshow > What a hangover..."F**k me. Babies do not respect hangovers. That's the last time I'm ever going out again until she's in college," Pink tells Fabulous magazine. Changing facesOn Willow: "She's got the one-eyebrow thing and she's working on her attitude face, except her timing is all off. So, she'll wake up and I'll say: 'Good morning!' But then she'll give it the face and then start laughing. I'm like: 'You gotta wait. You gotta save it for when I tell you to do something you don't want to do!'" Pink tells Fabulous magazine. By Emma Daly Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'