Beyonce and husband, Jay Z are two of the most revered artists in the music industry so naturally their daughter would grow up just as empowered.
Beyonce has gone public about her feministic views and in this video below, it shows just how much she’s taught her kid to feel empowered.
2. Victoria Beckham: Teach Them The Value of Money
We know she’s a business woman and it’s with good reason too. Victoria and husband David have taught the kids the importance or money. “David and I explain to the children what privileged lives they lead. They all understand how important it is to help others,” Victoria once told ABC News in an interview.
3. Ryan Reynolds: Have Fun With It
Ryan Reynolds has an incredible sense of humour when it comes to parenting and he’s never shy to tweet about his failures. Read more of his tweets, here.
4. Alicia Keys: Teach Them To Be Independent
For Alicia Keys, it’s all about teaching your kids independence. At the age of two, her son, Egypt, is able to go without diapers.
“We did it in ten days! He was just ready for it. I figured that out when I had to chase him around the house to get the diaper on him,” she told People Magazine.
Photo: Alicia Keys on Instagram
5. Kourney Kardashian: Keep Your Cool
“I remember when I was pregnant with Mason, my mom would always be like, ‘Why isn’t the room painted? Where is the crib? Where is this or that,’” Kourtney says to The New Potato. “And I was like, ‘People used to have babies in caves; it’s going to be okay.’”
Photo: Kourney Kardashian on Instagram
6. Chrissy Teigen: Expect The Unexpected
The new mum has been candid about her pregnancy experience and playfully tweeted, “No one told me I would be coming home in diapers too” after giving birth.
Photo: Chrissy Teigen on Instagram
7. Jennifer Lopez: Have Traditions
.Lo does not allow ipads, tv or electronic games for the kids on weekdays. So ‘Sunday Funday’ also known as late breakfasts, sleep ins and screen time as a reward
Photo: Jennifer Lopez on Instagram
8. Amy Poehler: Don't Take Yourself Too Seriously
“Always remember your kid’s name. Always remember where you put your kid. Don’t let your kid drive until their feet can reach the pedals. Use the right size diapers…for yourself. And, when in doubt, make funny faces,” she wrote in her book, Yes,Please!
9. Chris Hemsworth: Get Them In On Healthy Activities
He’s known for his heroic roles but when it comes to family, Chris is a softie at heart.
The actor often gets active with his kids and encourages them to run about too. “The family who trains together, stays together,” he posted on Instagram.
Photo: Chris Hemsworth on Instagram
10. Olivia Wilde: Enjoy The Journey
Olivia Wilde told People Magazine that it’s all about enjoying the journey because you’ll miss it a lot when they grow up.