Everyone knows that kids can be a handful, whether they're making a huge mess or starting mischief the minute your back is turned. But believe it or not, these experiences aren't limited to everyday moms and dads. It turns out even celebrity parents, like Jessica Simpson, understand the feeling all too well.
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon, the singer explained that there are quite a few things people can expect when to comes to her two kids, Maxwell and Ace.
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“They’re better at technology than I am, not that I’m ever good at it but they take over people’s phones and somehow find the pictures not to post,” she said.
At just two and three years old, it seems like the two are catching on incredibly fast! We can only imagine how it will be when these kids get even older.
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We'll admit — situations like this can be a bit stressful and awkward. After all, no parent wants to deal with having their embarrassing pictures sent to the wrong people! But at the same time, they do make for the funniest stories (for instance, Drew Barrymore wouldn't have had such a great story to tell Seth Meyers if it weren't for her daughter's epic tantrum at Disney World!).
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She revealed that her two boys are a handful when they play together!
"They’re brothers and they’re boys, so they kind of play like bear cubs all day long. They just roll around and roll around. When mothers come over with daughters and we have playdates, my house is a little crazy, everyone’s running around, jumping off furniture, and they’ll bring their daughters over and the daughters will be like, ‘Should we sit in the corner and cooperate?’ And my guys would be like ‘I made chocolate soup!’ And they’ll just make, you know, dirt soup. And the girls are making like a birdhouse out of organic materials," she explained.