Actress Tori Spelling talked to Q about her Hollywood mothering memoir Mommywood, and her decision to feature her children and husband in her reality TV show. She says she's simply making more family time, and bringing her kids to work: the only work she knows how to do. Do you think Hollywood parents are unfairly imposing their lifestyle on their children, by placing them in the public eye? Or are Tori Spelling, Brangelina, and the like just being pragmatic about the fishbowl life they lead? Or, hey, is it public curiousity that's to blame?