“I think just being there and being supportive without pushing your way on other moms or new moms is the best thing that you can do,” she continues. She loves obviously any fruit she can get her hands on — anything sweet.” She adds, “I’m actually hoping as she gets a little bigger, she’ll be more open to different flavors. She’ll definitely eat some veggies if they’re mix into things.” As for food at her own wedding?“We don’t really give each other advice when it comes to stuff like that. If I ask her for advice, she would tell me, but she’s just really great at being a really supportive listener too.”“I gave her puree chicken for the first time and she was not a fan. While the 30-year-old admits her plans have been put on hold ever since baby Ryan came into the picture, she says everyone will be fed “really well” at the reception. ) “It’s so funny because we have a daughter and it feels like we’re married [already].” Haylie says of the planning process.There was part of me, even when I was pregnant, that was like, 'Gosh it would be nice to go to Vegas for the weekend,' or kind of do the things I normally did before I came a mother.I think that's probably the biggest surprise is I feel such fulfillment with my family and with my child, I don't miss that 'old life' stuff." Sounds like she's adjusting quite nicely!
Also stepping out at the event with their kids were Nick Lachey, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Cutter Dykstra, Gilles Marini, and Haylie Duff.In 2004, Duff made a guest appearances on That's So Raven as Katina Jones.Hilary and Haylie Duff are one of Hollywood's cutest pairs of sisters.Duff's mother, Susan Colleen Duff (née Cobb) is a film producer who was a co-executive producer of A Cinderella Story (2004), a producer of The Perfect Man (2005) and Material Girls (2006), and the manager of Hilary; she was previously a homemaker.Her father, Robert Erhard "Bob" Duff, a partner and owner in a chain of convenience stores with his father, John B.