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Dax Shepard says enforcing a ‘no TV for the weekend’ ban for his kids was a ‘barbaric punishment’ #englishheadline #Dax #Shepard #enforcing #weekend #ban #kids #barbaric #punishment

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Dax Shepard and his wife Kristen Bell are known for being brutally honest when it comes to talking about the less glamorous side of parenting. 

While reflecting on enforcing a ‘no TV for the weekend’ ban after his two little girls misbehaved, the  actor, 46, admitted taking the screens away from his kids simply became ‘a barbaric punishment for’ him and Bell, 41.

‘Yeah, that will never happen again,’ the Armchair Expert podcast host’s spouse said in an agreement during an interview with People.  

Not sugarcoating anything: Dax Shepard and his wife Kristen Bell are known for being brutally honest when it comes to talking about the less glamorous side of parenting

When sharing what they wished they knew before becoming parents, Bell warned others that ‘littler people’ are not ‘less loud.’ 

‘The volume is three times what a normal person should be, and the problem is it’s not just volume, it’s the consistency of noise,’ she explained. 

Speaking of daughters Lincoln, eight, and six-year-old Delta, the Bad Moms actress compared her little girls to ‘two stations of NPR on all the time.’

Brutal: While reflecting on enforcing a 'no TV for the weekend' ban after his two little girls misbehaved, the actor, 46, admitted taking the screens away simply became 'a barbaric punishment for' him and Bell, 41

Brutal: While reflecting on enforcing a ‘no TV for the weekend’ ban after his two little girls misbehaved, the actor, 46, admitted taking the screens away simply became ‘a barbaric punishment for’ him and Bell, 41

'Yeah, that will never happen again,' the Armchair Expert podcast host's spouse said in an agreement during a People and Parents magazine video

‘Yeah, that will never happen again,’ the Armchair Expert podcast host’s spouse said in an agreement during a People and Parents magazine video

‘But if it were all questions. No answers, no fun stories, just all questions. And that’s a lot,’ she joked. 

Shepard admitted he was initially taken aback by the chaos and clutter that comes when raising little ones. 

‘I wish someone had let me know that I will never have anything nice again. That would’ve been a good heads-up,’ he confessed to Bell.  

Honest: Speaking of daughters Lincoln, eight, and six-year-old Delta, the Bad Moms actress compared her little girls to 'two stations of NPR on all the time'

Honest: Speaking of daughters Lincoln, eight, and six-year-old Delta, the Bad Moms actress compared her little girls to ‘two stations of NPR on all the time’ 

'The volume is three times what a normal person should be, and the problem is it's not just volume, it's the consistency of noise,' she explained of her little girls

‘The volume is three times what a normal person should be, and the problem is it’s not just volume, it’s the consistency of noise,’ she explained of her little girls

‘If you like that there are no crumbs and toys on your floor, say goodbye to it. The quicker you come to accept that you’re gonna live in a pigsty and that everything will be vaguely broken,’ the performer told viewers. 

He urged others to accept the reality as soon as they can because it’ll make them happier quicker versus trying to fight it, like they did for ‘six months.’

‘It’s not worth the stress,’ Bell chimed in. ‘You just gotta surrender, because if you spend your whole time, you’re gonna lose and you’re gonna be mentally fatigued. Then your kids see that you’re stressed ’cause objects are in different places.’ 

'I wish someone had let me know that I will never have anything nice again. That would've been a good heads-up,' he confessed to Bell

‘I wish someone had let me know that I will never have anything nice again. That would’ve been a good heads-up,’ he confessed to Bell

With nearly a decade of parenting under their belts, Shepard has found a trick to making bedtime easy with his youngest.

‘I figured out that if I scratch my younger daughter’s head extremely hard­ — her request — she is out cold within 90 seconds,’ he raved. 

Last year, Bell told Romper about her decision to protect their kids’ privacy by only posting photos without their faces showing. 

‘My feeling is that I chose a career in the public eye. I chose to be quoted, I chose to have my picture taken,’ she pointed out. ‘I don’t know them yet. I don’t know if they will want that. So I really don’t have the right to choose for them.’ 

Doting parents: Last year, Bell spoke about her decision to protect their kids' privacy by only posting photos shielding their faces

Doting parents: Last year, Bell spoke about her decision to protect their kids’ privacy by only posting photos shielding their faces



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