Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith are known for their unique parenting techniques. Their kids earn more money than most adults, so it appears to be working. But if one of the kids ever goes off the ranch and makes really bad decisions, critics are going to be standing there waiting to say something about it.
This week, the couple who famously stated that they have an open marriage shared more of their parenting perspectives with the world. Will is on tour with his son to promote his new film, “After Earth,” and talked a bit about his parenting philosophy. In an interview withHaute Living magazine, Smith discusses some of the things that you might have been curious about.
When mothers have children that particularly challenge them, you will often hear some mothers say “this child will be the death of me!” While we can assume that the mothers who say this only say it in a moment of frustration and don’t actually mean it nor believe it, it turns out that they are on to something, especially if the child they are talking about is a boy.
For fathers, it turns out this is not true. A new study claims that having a baby boy can shorten the life of a parent; but only the mother and not the father.
Unlike a lot of vegetables, beet is one of the few vegetables that will retain its many benefits even when exposed to heat, through cooking. Even though they can retain their nutrients well, when cooked, they are still great raw. A great way to get them in raw form is to include them when juicing.
Not long ago, quinoa was just an obscure Peruvian grain you could only buy in wholefood shops. We struggled to pronounce it (it’s keen-wa, not qui-no-a), yet it was feted by food lovers as a novel addition to the familiar ranks of couscous and rice. Dieticians clucked over quinoa approvingly because it ticked the low-fat box and fit in with government healthy eating advice to “base your meals on starchy foods”