Gisele’s Unusual Parenting Habits

When it comes to celebrities, there is no limit to their madness. They have weird habits especially when it comes to their kids. Here are some of the weirdest ones.  Madonna’s children were only allowed to drink Kabbalah water. That water was blessed for $10,000 a month.

If this wasn’t enough, the diva also enforced a macrobiotic diet that included no sweets and had grains for every meal. Also, the kids couldn’t watch TV or read newspapers or play with normal toys. Gisele Bundchen potty trained her son at the age of six months. The baby of the supermodel started extremely early to use the potty. According to the LA Times, the model ‘learned to respond immediately to the sings of a baby’s impending bladder or bowel release by holding him over a toilet and giving a vocal or hand signal’. People are actually happy with this choice: it saves the environment avoiding nappies and shows a lot of attention and determination of the model in raising her child.

If that wasn’t strange enough, Penelope Cruz followed the RIE parenting, a philosophy in which you treat your baby as an adult. She literally treated her child like a grown up. That seems just really unfair to the baby.

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