Barbara Pierce Bush shares daughter Cora with husband Craig Coyne
Barbara Pierce Bush has a feisty little toddler on her hands.
"Two, that's a fun age sometimes," the daytime host noted before asking if Cora was in her "terrible twos" yet.
"Not yet," Barbara shared, to which Clarkson said that when it came to her two kids, she got "three-nagers" instead.
"That's what I'm scared of, that it's just delayed," Barbara said, adding, "And I keep saying she's perfect, and then she's gonna sneak up on me."
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Of her toddler's personality, Barbara shared that the little one is "super joyful."
"Meow was her first word, but her other word is 'no,' " she said. "She's a totally unreliable narrator. She'll be eating watermelon and I'll say, 'Oh is that watermelon?' 'No.'"
"She's already gaslighting her!" Bush Hager chimed in. "It starts at a young age."
"She does it with the cutest voice," Barbara said in Cora's defense. "So now 15 years from now, she's been encouraged to act like this by her mother."
"That's gaslighting," her twin doubled down.
"It's been incredible. It's been better than I even thought it would be," she shared.
Barbara said that what made the experience "incredibly meaningful" was visiting Cora in the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital. She says she and her husband "had no idea" that the NICU was named after her late namesake.
"I went there to go visit her and looked over on the wall, and it said Barbara Bush Children's Hospital," Barbara, 40, remembered. "So, in many ways, it felt divine that she was born in Maine near where we were married and where we have so many memories as a family. Then I felt how poignant and meaningful it was in a place that meant something to my grandmother."
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