Being a mom is hard work, especially when you have to run around after multiple children

Celebrity mothers might have a lot of help from nannies, but they go through ups and downs just like every other mom.

We’re looking at some of the best parenting tips from stars like Jessica Alba and Kelly Khumalo.

They are raising their children to be kind, humble and dreamers.


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Angelina Jolie: Teach your kids to be kind

Angelina Jolie has six children with her ex-husband Brad Pitt.

Four of their children are now teenagers, with her eldest Maddox starting university this year. It was an emotional day for the actress when she had to drop him off at university. She told onlookers that she was trying not to cry.

Angelina makes raising multiple kids seems easy as is evident whenever she travels with her entire brood. No tantrums, no drama, just a happy family travelling from one country to the next. Despite coming from a wealthy family, there is one lesson that Angelina has always made clear.

“It’s important to be humble – know the freedom you have and what you’ve been blessed with and make sure to help others, and always remember your place – we’re all human and very flawed. We’re tiny pieces in a much bigger world,” the humanitarian told Hello magazine.



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Kelly Khumalo: Build a good support team

Kelly Khumalo is raising her children, Thingo and Christian, to be kind and strong. She leads by example and shows her strength whenever her haters hurl insults and disturbing accusations her way.

Kelly’s busy schedule means that she is always on the road and sometimes won’t make it home in time for bedtime. But she says that having a strong support structure helps.

“I love being a mom more than anything but I can’t do it alone. I have support from my mom and sister… so I have support,” she told Drum magazine.



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