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Celebs Reveal the Parenting Advice They Swear By

  • Tim McGraw 1 of 11
    Tim McGraw
    “The best advice I have for most fathers, especially when you’re in a houseful of girls, is shut
    up and listen.”
  • Hugh Jackman 2 of 11
    Hugh Jackman
    “Don’t be afraid to tell your kids that you have no idea what you’re doing either.”
  • Hillary Clinton 3 of 11
    Hillary Clinton
    “Get to know both the girl- or boyfriends that your kids have; [they’ll] give you some insight into what’s going on and how you can understand [your kids’] lives.”
  • Julie Bowen 4 of 11
    Julie Bowen
    “My doctor told me, ‘Only give 70 percent. You’ll hate [your kids] if you give 100 percent of yourself.’ I took that advice to heart. I run to my job. I love my job.”
  • Celine Dion 5 of 11
    Celine Dion
    “To bring [kids] into the world — there’s nothing more important than that. The trophies and money don’t give meaning to life, and that doesn’t give you true happiness.”
  • Debbie Rowe 6 of 11
    Debbie Rowe
    “Parenting is an art. You earn the title.”
  • Joe Simpson 7 of 11
    Joe Simpson
    “I don’t tell my girls who to date or marry or what to do.”
  • Brandy 8 of 11
    “Teach by example. That’s the main thing. You’re going to make mistakes and you’re not going to be perfect, but it’s all about leading by example and apologizing when you’re wrong.”
  • Snoop Dogg 9 of 11
    Snoop Dogg
    “I commend any kid that tries to go get something in life, whether he’s trying to wash cars or pump gas or help ladies to their cars with their groceries. Any sort of hustle is what I push on a kid, because it shows a sign that you want to be something in life.”
  • Angelina Jolie 10 of 11
    Angelina Jolie
    “I would never be the kind of parent to force somebody to be something they are not. I think that’s just bad parenting.”
  • Usher 11 of 11
    “Having kids man, don’t wear white. Have you ever had an explosion?”

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