Lively welcomes the idea of having a comment box at home for her children to offer constructive criticism, just like leaving feedback at a restaurant.
Biel advocates early, open discussions with children about sex and their bodies to reduce feelings of shame. She encourages using anatomically correct terminology, avoiding baby talk in sex education.
Teigen has crafted a restaurant menu for her children to make meal times more manageable. This also allows her kids to enjoy role-play and its mental health benefits.
Inspired by Amy Krouse Rosenthal's "Yes Day!," Garner annually grants her children a special day where she says 'yes' to all their requests, within reasonable limits.
The royal encourages adopting a kneeling posture when communicating with children, a method favored by Princess Diana. This approach, known as 'active listening,' is intended to offer reassurance.
Gellar advocates buying her children's things on sale or at the dollar store.
Banks emphasized the importance of remaining open to help, noting that many mothers feel the need to be super moms.