Ayesha Curry Gave Us The Best Advice On Being A Millennial Mom


On Thursday, while shooting an "Eat with Elite" video, Elite Daily had the chance to sit down with Ayesha Curry to talk about what it means to be a Millennial mom juggling so many goals.

Let's get this out of the way right out the gate: Ayesha may be one of the coolest women ever.

She's the kind of mom and person you aspire to be, not only because of her meteoric rise to fame, but also because she's such a humble, kind-hearted person. All I have to say is Steph Curry is one lucky dude.

On how she manages to do it all, Ayesha told Elite Daily,

Whenever we mentioned her husband, Steph, Ayesha lit up. It's obvious these two are meant to be, and part of being effective parents, as Ayesha pointed out, is being a good team.

When asked whether she goes to every home game, she added,

That sounds like a full-time job in itself, which still left us with the question, how does she manage so many schedules and conflicting events?

When asked if she travels with her husband to away games, Ayesha explained,

Beyond her and her husband, Ayesha and Steph's children are becoming stars in their own right. When asked how she keeps her children so grounded Ayesha said,

We also asked if she had any tips specifically for Millennial moms, even moms who only have fat chihuahuas. She started by giving this writer a little dog-mom credit.

That being said, Ayesha added,

It's clear, as Ayesha notes, that this generation of kids will be raised on modern technology we elders never had growing up.  On modern tech and the future of children, Ayesha said,

Which brings us to our last question for Ayesha: Did you ever play Spice Girls as a kid? And if so, which Spice Girl did you play all the time?

At this point, we all erupted into laughter. We've all been there, am I right, ladies? Ayesha went on,

As a devoted mom, talented chef, skilled businesswoman and lifelong Spice Girls fan, could Ayesha Curry be any more perfect? I don't know how it'd be humanly possible. Talking to her, it additionally became clear that you don't have to do it all to be a modern Wonder Woman, you just have to do you.

Be sure to pre-order her cookbook, "The Seasoned Life," before it hits bookstores on September 20. You can also make some of Ayesha's favorite recipes today by checking out her website.

Oh, and trust me when I say this woman knows what she's doing in the kitchen. I tried some of her lemon ginger chicken and cranberry pistachio chocolate bark for lunch and they were the food equivalent of half-court buzzer beaters. Swish.