Was it "don't spoil your kid with a $100,000 nursery?" No, come on. That's crazytalk.
"Girl, get your sleep!" Hudson said during a press event for Good Housekeeping in New York City on Tuesday.
Well, that sounds easy enough.
"We talked about this when I had my munchkin. It goes so fast. She's going to look up and [Blue]'s going to be six months. Next thing you know, she's going to be walking."
In addition to taking naps, Hudson's other advice is to not take the little moments for granted.
"Embrace it. Especially because of the lives we live, a lot of times other people have to care for themselves and you have to have that mommy time," Jennifer said.
Meanwhile, Blue Ivy has become the youngest person ever to land on the Billboard chart. Shortly after her birth, dad Jay-Z recorded Glory, a tribute song to his daughter. And on the track, he added vocals from Blue Ivy. Sure, it's crying and not rapping, but what do you expect? It's a baby.
Glory has entered the R&B/Hip Hop song charts at No. 74, Billboard reports. Ivy is credited for her contribution as "B.I.C." and has thus become the youngest person ever credited to be on a Billboard chart.
Jay-Z calls Blue Ivy his "greatest creation" in the song, but also hinted at more tragic times, leading everyone to speculate whether Beyonce has had a miscarriage in the past.
"Last time the miscarriage was so tragic, we was afraid you disappeared. But nah, baby, you magic."