Pro-ana websites aren't just for worshipping anorexic Isabelle Caro. Moms with eating disorders are getting in on the action, reports the blog 5 Resolutions. Claire Mysko writes, "If you're spending your time online comparing yourself to Kate Hudson when she was pregnant ("the kind of mom we see when we look in the mirror") and post-pregnancy ("the kind of mom we want to look like"), there is just no way you will be able to help your daughters and sons develop healthy attitudes about food. It doesn't matter what positive messages you give your kids about weight if you're constantly contradicting yourself with your own behavior." Obviously moms with eating disorders will beget children with eating disorders, and images of skeletal Hollywood women with baby bumps don't help. But what would help? Milla Jovovich can only do so much. [5 Resolutions]