In honor of Father's Day, here's a list of the Hollywood dads we love.In honor of Father's Day, we've combed through all the celeb dads in Hollywood and have chosen our favorites. What do they all have in common? They're totally in love with their kids and aren't afraid to show it, which we love! Read More: 5 Parenting Lessons We Can Learn From Celebrity Dads
These rockin' celebrity fathers are world famous, but seem really down-to-earth when it comes to their families, and most importantly, when they're spotted out with their kids. We love seeing these handsome men reduced to mush while playing with their little girls and running around with their little boys. Is there anything more precious ... or attractive?!
1. Brad Pitt
We can't imagine how much Brad Pitt must love Father's Day, given his impressive brood of kids with Angelina Jolie. He's definitely one of our favorite celeb dads - it always seems like he truly loves being out and about with his kids (all over the world, of course!). Who can blame him? He's got some of the cutest children we've
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In honor of Father's Day, here's a list of the Hollywood dads we love.In honor of Father's Day, we've combed through all the celeb dads in Hollywood and have chosen our favorites. What do they all have in common? They're totally in love with their kids and aren't afraid to show it, which we love! Read More: 5 Parenting Lessons We Can Learn From Celebrity DadsRead More »from 8 Celeb Dads Who Rock
She'll always be his little girl.Daughters are vulnerable, and as babies, they need protection and care from their mother and father. Both parents have a role to play in their daughter's development, even though families come in different shapes and sizes these days. There are single-parent households, remarried-parent households, and the more traditional married households.Read More »from 9 Reasons Why You Should Appreciate Your Father
In all cases, every daughter needs a male role model, even if he is a stand-in father. How daughters relate to males is based on what they observe and experience with their own fathers or father stand-ins. Let's take a look at fathers and celebrate how a father's love protects his daughter. Since father's are doers, let's also celebrate what they do.
1. Fathers work to provide financial resources for things like clothing, food, and shelter. He spends his time and energy working, so his family can benefit from his toils. He takes great pride in his work accomplishments and ability to financially provide for their family. A daughter benefits by
The Situation seems to brag about smashing more than actually doing it. I'm pretty sure the eggheads at Harvard are the only people who could come up with something like this. A study has revealed that the same part of the brain which is responsible for making sex feel good is also gratified by bragging. Harvard scientists Diana Tamir and Jason Mitchell performed MRIs (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) on subjects (not Yalies, obviously) and revealed that the meso-limbic dopamine system lights the funk up when a person gets to talk about themselves.Read More »from Does Bragging Feel as Good as Having Sex?
By now we're all familiar with the meso-limbic dopamine system effect on feeling good. It floods our brain with happy sauce. The feel-good thing most associated with a dopamine dump is the pleasure of sex, particularly orgasm. Some addiction specialists link other highs to manipulation of the meso-limbic dopamine system, such as drug use, eating and monetary rewards. However, this is likely the first time that talking about yourself (outside of that awfully catchy Toby Keith song) has been shown to be as dandy as
- YourTango.com | Parenting – Wed, Jun 13, 2012 2:25 PM EDT
He isn't perfect, but he's yours.Sometimes, the hardest thing for children and adult children to do is to understand that mom and dad are fallible human beings. We find ourselves as kids comparing our parents' behavior to that of other families, or to movies and sitcoms on television.Read More »from 4 Father's Day Facts Every Daughter Should Think About
When we're little, we often think our parents hung the moon and are perfect because we don't know anything else yet. As we get older, we still expect our parents to be perfect, and we become confused, scared, disappointed or even angry when they're not. Read More: The Benefits Of Playing With Your Children
The funny thing is that when we become adults, we sometimes still expect mom and dad to be a different type of species, even after going through our teenage "we know better" phases. As adults, we can dwell on the past in judgment and be over-sensitive to current situations that involve our parents to the point where we become obsessively angry at them. Read More: Anxious Parenting: Are You Guilty Of It?
Since Father's Day is coming
- YourTango.com | Parenting – Wed, Jun 13, 2012 2:05 PM EDT
The 38-year-old 'How I Met Your Mother' actress had her baby ... nearly a month ago!Alyson Hannigan, the How I Met Your Mother star, has given birth to her second daughter! And, she managed to deliver the baby, take the wee one home and have almost a month pass before any of us knew a thing.Read More »from Alyson Hannigan and Husband Welcome Their Second Daughter, Keeva Jane!
That's right, Alyson and her husband of almost nine years, actor Alexis Denisof, gave birth to their new daughter, Keeva Jane Denisof, on May 23rd - that was three weeks ago!
The couple's little bundle of joy joins her big sister Satyana Marie, 3. According to Us Weekly, a rep for the family released a statement saying everyone is "doing well," and the proud new mommy couldn't help but Tweet an adorable photo of Keeva's infant hand! Read More: Alyson Hanigan Is Pregnant and A Smug Married
During the last few weeks of Hannigan's pregnancy, she congratulated new mother Jessica Simpson on the recent birth of her first child, Tweeting: "Congrats to Jessica Simpson!" And then joking: "Does this mean I now have the biggest baby bump in Hollywood?" We're betting she was ready to get
- YourTango.com | Love + Sex – Wed, Jun 13, 2012 1:43 PM EDT
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The hot couple takes their romance full throttle when visiting the City of Love!She might not be having a 100th baby like Angelina Jolie, but Jennifer Aniston is not weeping about it. In fact, she's living up her unwed life with her boyfriend of a year, Justin Theroux.Read More »from Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux Take Their Romance to Paris
On Sunday, the couple touched down at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris and headed to a hotel on the Right Bank (or if you're a fancy lad, "La Rive Droite"). Not wanting to waste anytime at the hotel, they headed out in their travel clothes and took the city by storm!
According to People, the couple held hands through the streets as they shopped at Colette on Rue St. Honore, then visited the Palais-Royal. Read More: How Is Jennifer Aniston Taking The Brad & Angelina Engagement?
Even in her casual digs, Aniston looked gorgeous in her jeans and Balmain blue jacket. Her Wanderlust co-star looked classy as well in his trademark leather jacket (we swear, this guy sleeps in his leather!). They took a walk in the Tuileries Gardens, and the gloomy weather didn't stop these two from enjoying the City of
- YourTango.com | Love + Sex – Tue, Jun 12, 2012 4:04 PM EDT
According to one married man, buying a diamond engagement ring is pretty baffling.The entire system for buying a diamond is meant to confuse, confound and incite even the most patient man. It all starts with the time you're at the mall with your future fiancée, and you decide to head into Tiffany or Mayors to get an idea of what you might want-just to look, of course.Read More »from What Goes Through a Man's Head While Buying an Engagement Ring
The clerk, in his polished suit and ridiculously shiny watch and elitist attitude (though, dude, you work in a diamond store, you don't own all the diamonds in the world) pulls out a ring that you like, looks directly into your boyfriend's eyes and says, "This one is $16,500, but I have a slightly smaller cut for $12,000 if this is too much ring."
"Too much ring?" When your boyfriend hears this phrase, here's what's going through his head: Who the hell does this dolled-up rock jockey think he is? The guy works fifty feet from Hot Dog on a Stick and he's questioning my manhood because I might not pony up five figures for an engagement ring?
Even if your boyfriend isn't buying the ring from a fine
- YourTango.com | Parenting – Tue, Jun 12, 2012 3:04 PM EDT
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From Gavin Rossdale to Brad Pitt, these famous fathers are showing us how to be there for our kids!Even famous fathers admit that being a dad is the most important role they've ever had. Stars like Gavin Rossdale, David Beckham, Brad Pitt and more know that they're influencing the way their children see and experience the world as they grow up. It's a responsibility they take very seriously, and we can all learn a thing or two from their parenting styles in the spotlight.Read More »from 5 Parenting Lessons We Can Learn from Celebrity Fathers
With Father's Day right around the corner, here are 5 important lessons we can learn from famous daddies:
1. Be there for the big and small moments. Sure, Will Smith is definitely on the red carpet for the premiere of his son Jaden's latest movie or his daughter Willow's album drop, but he's also there for the non-headline making events, like birthdays, sports games and school events. The same goes for Eddie Cibrian - despite the ridiculously awkward situation of having both his wife, Leann Rimes, and his ex, Brandi Glanville at his son Jake's soccer games, he's still at almost every single one. Read More: Brandi