Nothing can compare to the awesomeness that was American culture in the '90s. From the era's fashion and music to its TV shows and celebrity icons, we could rehash that decade over and over… which is why in celebration of '90s babe Lacey Chabert's 35th birthday on Sept. 30, we're looking back at '90s teen idols who are now moms. Lacey shot to fame when she starred on "Party of Five" from 1994 to 2000.
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In 2013, Lacey Chabert married longtime love David Nehdar. Then in September 2016, Lacey gave birth to the couple's first child — a daughter named Julia. Isn't she a cutie?
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Jennie Garth famously played Kelly Taylor, one of the three female protagonists in the acclaimed teen TV series "Beverly Hills, 90210," from 1990 to 2000.
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During their 13-year marriage, Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli had three daughters together. Lola Ray, 14, Luca Bella, 20 and Fiona Eve, 11.
Liv Tyler is the OG '90s ingenue. As the daughter of Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, Liv was born with alt-rock goddess genes. Her most memorable '90s roles include playing Corey Mason in "Empire Records," Faye Dolan in "That Thing You Do!" and Grace Stamper in "Armageddon."
Liv Tyler has fully embraced motherhood! The working mama has three kids. She had son Milo Langdon, 12, with first husband Royston Langdon. Since getting together with British sports agent Dave Gardner in 2014, the couple have gone on to have two children together: son Sailor, 2, and daughter Lula Rose, 1.
Claire Danes' career took off in the '90s with her role as Angela Chase in the beloved teen drama "My So-Called Life," which only ran for one season but made a massive impact on many angsty teens. She is also widely remembered for her role as Juliet Capulet in "Romeo + Juliet" in 1996.
"Homeland" star Claire Danes is married to fellow actor Hugh Dancy and they share one child, son Cyrus, 4.
Drew Barrymore catapulted to fame as a child star. Her breakout role came when she was just 7 years old and starred in Steven Spielberg's seminal film, "ET." But she was also a notorious young party girl who even became a fixture on the Studio 54 scene before going on to star in films like "Irreconcilable Differences," "Poison Ivy" and "Cat's Eye." (She also dated Corey Feldman as a teen!)
Drew Barrymore married art consultant Will Kopelman in 2012. Before they divorced in 2016, they welcomed two adorable daughters: Olive, 5, and Frankie, 3, seen here with her mom on the red carpet in March 2017.
Kate Moss is the '90s postergirl for modeling and mayhem. She rose to fame in the early 1990s establishingthe heroin chic trend. Kate has been featured in ad campaigns with all thebiggest fashion houses in the world including Chanel, Balenciaga, Burberry,Versace and Chanel.
Kate Moss is all grown up, but she's still a fashion vixen. She has one daughter, Lila Grace, 15, with her ex, "Dazed and Confused" founder Jefferson Hack.
'90s darling Alicia Silverstone will forever be remembered for playing Cher in the 1995 film "Clueless." She also played Batgirl in 1997's "Batman and Robin" and starred in Aerosmith's "Cryin'" music video in 1993.
Alicia Silverstone and musician husband Christopher Jarecki share a 6-year-old son, Bear Blu Jarecki.
Grunge queen Courtney Love was the frontwoman of '90s punk band Hole. In the early '90s, Courtney started a turbulent relationship with Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, which ended with his death in 1994.
In the fall of 1992, Courtney Love married Kurt Cobain. Six months later, they welcomed their only child, daughter Frances Bean Cobain, a visual artist and model who's now 25 years old.
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen was a teenage sensation in the early '90s thanks to her iconic role as high school cheerleader Kelly Kapowski on "Saved by the Bell."
Tiffani Thiessen (she dropped the Amber as an adult!) married actor Brady Smith in 2005. They share two children together: daughter Harper, 7, and son Holt, 2.
Melissa Joan Hart starred as adolescent know-it-all Clarissa Darling on "Clarissa Explains It All" from 1991 to 1994, but her '90s career didn't stop there! She then went on to star as teen witch Sabrina until the early 2000s.
After getting married in 2003, Melissa Joan Hart and musician Mark Wilkerson went on to have three cute kiddos: Mason, 11, Brandon, 9, and Tucker, 5. Yup, they have all boys!
Anna Chlumsky found fame as Vada Sultenfuss in the coming-of-age film "My Girl" and its sequel, "My Girl 2." She also starred in "Trading Mom" in 1994. Shortly afterward, she took a hiatus from acting.
Although she'll always be Vada to us, Anna Chlumsky is now an Emmy-nominated actress who plays Liza on HBO's "Veep." She's married to Army Reservist Shaun So and they share two daughters: Penelope Joan, 4, and Clara Elizabeth, 1.
Rachael Leigh Cook was a late-'90s teen sensation whose standout role of the decade was playing high school outlier Laney Boggs in "She's All That." Her other notable '90s performance was as Josie in "Josie and the Pussycats." Soon after, she focused her work on independent films.
Rachael Leigh Cook is now married to actor Daniel Gillies. They share two kids: Charlotte, 7, and Theodore, 2.