Lisa Ling: “My Little Unicorn”

This Is Life host Lisa Ling was all smiles with daughter Jett, 4, at Good+ Foundation’s 2nd Annual Halloween Bash on Sunday (October 22) in Culver City, Calif.

After attending the afternoon event, the mom-of-two, 44, took to Instagram with an image from the red carpet.

“My little unicorn and I had a blast at @goodplusfdn’s #HalloweenBash2017 in support of families in need. That is, until we saw a clown and had to make a b-line for the car. #GiveGood,” she captioned the image of her daughter donning a unicorn costume.

We also spotted Fast & Furious star Jordana Brewster and her two sons — Julian, 4, and Rowan, 16 months — at the costume party.

Lisa Ling and her husband, Dr. Paul Song, recently celebrated the first birthday of their younger daughter Ray.

“Happy Dohl little one (even though big one thought it was hers)! Thank you to @tiatosm and @ancatering for the incredible food and space and @colortreeevent for the Dohl setup. Even though baby girl will never remember it, it was perfect,” Ling captioned the family photo at the first birthday bash.

In a webseries titled This Is Birth, Ling admitted she regrets having a scheduled Cesarean Section for the birth of her younger daughter.

Lisa Ling scheduled a C-section for her elder daughter’s birth due to medical reasons, the award-winning journalist regrets not having a VBAC for her second birth.

The mom-of-two shared the latest statistics of rising numbers of C-sections in the U.S., along with her birth stories.

“A few years ago, I gave birth to my first daughter, Jett, via planned Cesarean delivery,” Ling wrote. “During my last ultrasound of the pregnancy, we learned that the umbilical cord was wrapped around her neck, so I was told I had to have a C-section for that reason.”

Titled Why I Regret My Scheduled C-Section, Ling went on to share her story.

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