Tori Spelling attended an event with her four children. Credit: Todd Williamson/Getty Images

Tori Spelling had four hot dates for a press event on Thursday, May 14. The actress and reality star, 41, hit a red carpet in Buena Park, Calif. with all of her children by her side.

Spelling toted son Liam, 8, daughter Stella, 6, daughter Hattie, 3, and son Finn, 2, to the launch of the ride Voyage to the Iron Reef at Knott's Berry Farm. The Beverly Hills, 90210 alum posed for cute photos with her kids, holding Finn in her arms as the other three stood close.

While Spelling's husband Dean McDermott did not attend the event with his brood, the actress told Us Weekly that the family had a special Mother's Day together just days earlier.

"It was great," she told Us. "I usually don't get to choose the meal — it's whatever they want — so I got to choose the meal. So we went and had dim sum, which they all enjoyed. I was happy. Then we got manicures and pedicures. It was so nice."

"[Motherhood] changes everything," Spelling continued. "It definitely made me appreciate life and feel grateful. It makes you really take a step back because it's not about you anymore. The moment you get pregnant, it's about someone else, and you're responsible for someone. So it changes your perspective on everything in life."

While her focus is on her children and her husband of nine years, the True Tori star told Us that she sometimes forgets to take care of herself, adding that she's "still working on that one."

"Since I have four, I usually come last on the list, but I'm really trying to remember, at least a couple times a day, to take a moment for myself, to breathe, sit down, eat, have some water," Spelling said. "Water's key. I never used to drink water. I'm learning to drink water. Hydrate myself so I can take care of them and keep up with them because it's a full time job." 

"When I'm with them by myself, like if my husband's working or something, I don't sit down until they go to bed," she added to Us. "They're all sitting, watching TV, and I'm just like behind them, like waiting for something to drop. Because literally, two minutes don't go by until you hear, 'Mom. Mom, can I have a drink?' 'Mom, can I have a snack?' 'Mom, can you change the channel?' 'Mom, can you get me this book?'"