Kristen Bell admits her 5-year-old daughter Delta still wears diapers: 'Every kid is so different'
Actress Kristen Bell got candid about her children and shared that while her first child instantly took to potty training, her second daughter is still in diapers
Kristen Bell is very comfortable with the idea of her daughter being a little bit of a late bloomer. The 'Frozen' actress revealed that her five-year-old daughter Delta is still in diapers while speaking to Maya Rudolph and Casey Wilson during an episode of her show 'Momsplaining'. Bell shared, "Every kid is so different." Bell explained how she had very different potty training experiences with her children — Delta Bell Shepard and Lincoln Shepard — whom she shares with her husband Dax Shepard.
Seven-year-old Lincoln had instantly taken to the toilet and moved away from diapers at just 21 months. "My oldest daughter at 21 months, we merely suggested that she use the toilet in the other room and [she] never wore another diaper beyond that. We were lying in bed giggling about this, my husband [Dax Shepard] and I, like, 'Why does everyone make a big deal out of this potty training? It’s so easy. Just tell the kid to use the toilet'," Bell revealed.
However, Lincoln's sister Delta doesn't have the same approach. "Currently, my youngest is five-and-a-half, still in diapers." Maya Rudolph who herself has four children shared, "It's real relative, isn’t it?" to which Bell agreed and said, "Yes, because every kid is so different." While the coronavirus pandemic rages on, Bell had recently admitted that she has been having a bit of a tough time homeschooling her children in the current lockdown.
While speaking to Ellen DeGeneres last week, she shared, "I gave up." She shared, "I attempted to give her some math problems. And she answered the first and second one, and then she got real sassy and what she did for the rest of them was in the answer grid she just wrote, No, No, No, No [to each question]." Recently, Bell had announced that she is working on a mini collaboration with Lord Jones, a company that works with CBD products. The two have teamed up on a project called Happy Dance.
During a press release, Bell said, "I first discovered Lord Jones CBD products two years ago and have been using them ever since," Refinery29 reports. "I was skeptical at first, but was quickly blown away by the quality, integrity, and consistency in all of the products. When I met Lord Jones founders Rob [Rosenheck] and Cindy [Capobianco], we aligned on a shared desire to make a CBD line that would be accessible to a wider audience at a lower price point while maintaining the same trusted quality as the Lord Jones brand," she added.
Bell also said that she wanted the Happy Dance brand to aim at highlighting self-care. "Self-care shouldn’t be an event. Self-care should consist of everyday pick-me-ups that can be integrated into one’s daily routine." The brand is due to officially launch its "clean, simple, hemp-derived CBD skincare and personal care products" later this year.
Lord Jones' founder and CEO, Rob Rosenhechk said, "We couldn’t imagine a better partner than Kristen. Kristen has a singular voice and has always been outspoken about what she loves and believes. Her passion, authenticity and kindness will be at the core of Happy Dance and make her the perfect messenger to bring CBD self-care to the mainstream."