UN ambassador and actress, Angelina Jolie, said when approached about Shiloh dressing like a boy that she lets her kids dress themselves because she would never be the kind of parent to force somebody to be something they are not.
Kate Hudson, mom to sons, Ryder and Bingham, says she allows her kids their freedom to feel confident in their choices and to make mistakes without too much judgment.
Project Runway host, Heidi Klum, uses the fashion show’s tag line “make it work” in her life as a mom when she gets overwhelmed. She says through all the hardships, you learn that you can take on quite a lot and make it work.
Jada Pinkett Smith has a strong rule about respecting her children’s privacy. Her advice to parents? Respect your kids’ boundaries and give them space, it only makes your relationship stronger.
Juliane Moore suggests that every parent should lead by example. You have to work really hard to give a child a prejudice. Children are naturally born without one.
Award winning actress, Julia Roberts, says she tries calling her mother more regularly because she would not want her kids to stop calling her once they've grown up. She suggests that you always make sure to call your own parents often.
Katherine Heigl's advice to parents is to make white noise. Always make sure your toddler isn't disturbed by you and your partners activities in the house. Put up an instrument like a vacuum in the baby's room it always works.
Meryl Streep's best advice to parents are: "When your kids come home, they don't necessarily want to talk to you. They just want to know you're standing there, ready to talk."
Denise Richards says she'll never talk about her weight around her girls because that kind of attitude just makes young girls grow up to be dissatisfied with their bodies. Her advice is to not out down your own body, especially in front of your kids.
Hugh Jackman’s got a very strict routine for his two children before bedtime. He lets his kids run around until they are exhausted and gives them a good workout. Exercise is important for kids. Don't be afraid to give your kids a workout!
Tom Cruise, dad to 5-year-old Suri, Connor and Isabella, says that he believe his daughter should wear whatever she wants to wear within boundaries. It encourages your child's creativity and to feel confident in their own creative style.
Brooke Shields has a no-nonsense approach to raising her daughters. She reprimands her kids with good reason and people on the outside seems to think shes over bearing. Her advice is, don’t worry what others think.
Ewan McGregor shares his simple piece of parenting advice by suggesting that you pay attention to your kids and give then your undivided attention.
Desperate Housewives star and mother of two, Felicity Huffman, says that it is easy to get distracted in a marriage with children and you should always make time for your partner amidst all the craziness in the household.
90210 star, Jennie Garth's advice to other parents out there is to stay consistent. Kids need routine. We say if your have a set bedtime, stick to it. Do homework before you turn on the TV.
When your kids are throwing tantrums and are being difficult, Marcia Cross suggests to use humor to defuse the situation. This always seems to work as kids later realise that they are acting up for all the wrong reasons.
According to the US First Lady, Michelle Obama, parents don’t have to be the iron fist of authority. The best advice she gives parents out there is to let kids draw their own conclusions.
Motherhood is exhausting. To combat perpetual fatigue, 30 Rock writer and actress, Tina Fey, advises parents to drop everything and go to bed. There's a strong desire to get stuff done and be an adult.
Super model and celeb mom Helena Christensen's advice to moms are to not stress, things will get hard but that does not mean you have to stress, remain calm and collected.
Songstress, Brandy, says she wears a lot of hats. When it comes to her eight year-old daughter, the one she puts on first is that of a friend. She suggests you be a friend first and a parent second. Your kids will thank you later!