Cupid's Pulse Article: Sheryl Crow: My Sons “Keep Me Young”Cupid's Pulse Article: Sheryl Crow: My Sons “Keep Me Young”

By Jenny Schafer for Celebrity Baby Scoop

Nine-time Grammy Award-winner Sheryl Crow has teamed up with the One A Day® Women’s brand and Feeding America with the Nutrition Mission to help the close to 50 million Americans who live in food insecure households.

Sheryl opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about raising her “real boys” Wyatt, 6, and Levi, 3. The Strong Enough singer, 51, chats about her sons who can be “real clowns” and love to “break out into dance.” She goes on to talk about her first country album, Feels Like Home, and the joys of motherhood.

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CBS: Tell us about partnering with the One A Day Women’s brand and Feeding America. How did you get involved in the Nutrition Mission?

SC: “I’m excited to team up with One A Day Women’s and Feeding America this Hunger Action Month on year two of the One A Day Women’s Nutrition Mission to help the nearly 50 million Americans that live with food insecurity. Since the start of the program, we’ve donated 4 million meals to Feeding America’s network of more than 200 food banks, which helps distribute food in communities across America. One A Day Women’s has also awarded $100,000 in grants to local food banks to help people in local communities to continue the fight against hunger.”

CBS: How do you balance your career and motherhood?

SC: “I try to keep Wyatt and Levi’s lives as consistent as possible. We spend a lot of time at home and that’s my priority with work coming second. I’ve also got a great team and family who pitch in to make it all happen.”

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CBS: Do you believe “women having it all” is unrealistic or is it attainable?

SC: “I think having children changes your ideas about what having it all means. I don’t feel the same way about work as I did before I had Wyatt and Levi, but I pride myself on finding balance. I love making music and I love raising my boys — I find time to make both a priority.”

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