When celebrity children come to mind, it's no surprise that we initially reference the uncanny and incredibly chaotic run ins of certain offspring in major trouble and plastering the tabloids. However, country music legend Garth Brooks has made sure that his three daughters were given the same standard rules despite their father's exceptionally high ranking.
The singer sat down with the ladies of The View to talk music, family, and give them show a taste of his new Christmas album featuring the love of his life, country singer Trisha Yearwood. Brooks spoke of his past "break" from country music, a decision he made to ensure he could properly raise his daughters and fully experience fatherhood. Although his career is back in full swing, the award winner admitted, "No offense to music, but if you’re a father or a mother, there’s nothing that beats being a parent."
He continued to describe his experience raising his girls, dropping an unexpected parenting rule that caught a lot of viewers off guard! He explained, "We built a new house and the girls shared one bedroom. All three of them. There’s like four guest bedrooms empty, and they’re like, ‘Why?'"
Three girls in one room? That must have gotten catty! However, it's Brooks' reasoning behind his rule essentially proved that a humble mentality and basic rules should be not tainted by wealth and fame. Brooks grew up sharing a single room with his brothers, as well. However, the room held five boys, and Brooks strongly believes that if him and his brothers were able to successfully survive, his daughters will be just fine.
“Every night, man, they hate it,” he snickered. “And then you hear them in there cackling and laughing."
What do you think about Brooks' rule? Do you agree?
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