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Kaley Cuoco's unconventional parenting hack is sparking fierce debate: 'People are going to hate'

The actress made it clear that no one needs to follow her parenting hacks if they don't want to, but it works perfectly fine for her kid.

Kaley Cuoco's unconventional parenting hack is sparking fierce debate: 'People are going to hate'
Cover Image Source: Tom Pelphrey and Kaley Cuoco attend the 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards at Fairmont Century Plaza on January 15, 2023, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic/Getty Images)

Every person has their preferred parenting style that they find suitable for their kid. Society might raise questions about those methods, but they can not do much except debate because, in the end, the hack benefits the concerned parent. "The Big Bang Theory" fame Kaley Cuoco is not paying attention to the critics and haters questioning her parenting style either. Her advice for new parents might be controversial, but Cuoco is firmly sticking to her point. 

Image Source: Tom Pelphrey and Kaley Cuoco attend the Max Original
Image Source: Tom Pelphrey and Kaley Cuoco attend the Max Original "Love & Death" premiere at Directors Guild Of America on April 26, 2023, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for HBO)

In a recent interview with USA Today, the 38-year-old actress disclosed some parenting hacks she has picked up over nine months of raising her baby daughter, Matilda. Cuoco gave birth to her daughter on March 30, 2023, with her partner Tom Pelphrey. While extending her advice, Cuoco noted that it might not be for every other parent out there, but it works for her household. "Some people are going to hate on me for that. Don't care," Cuoco said, adding that one of her non-negotiable hacks is attached to screen time. "My daughter's seen every Disney movie that there is at this point, and she loves it!"


 
 
 
 
 
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Watching Disney movies with her infant and revisiting the magic of old Disney classics has been serving as a great bonding moment between the mother and daughter. "If she's going crazy and I plop her on the couch to watch a Disney movie, like thank you, you get 10 minutes," she quoted. "That's great. To me, that's wonderful. There's maybe the next mom who doesn't want them to watch TV and that's fine too. But that works for us."

Image Source: Kaley Cuoco attends the 29th Annual Critics Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on January 14, 2024 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)
Image Source: Kaley Cuoco attends the 29th Annual Critics Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on January 14, 2024, in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Most recently, Cuoco has played an assassin for hire and wife and mom to a family who has no idea in the thriller and dark comedy "Role Play," which is streaming now on Amazon's Prime Video. She attended the red carpet event of the film, where she opened up about Matilda even more. "My advice is don't take any advice because every kid is different," she added on the red carpet event. "What my kid needs is not what your kid needs and our household is different than yours and its survival. You do what you can do."


 
 
 
 
 
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"I love her so much, I really do," the "Young Sheldon" actress told PEOPLE, also sharing about her daughter's first Christmas. "She is very funny. I think selfishly, what I love the most is she finds me hilarious. I think she's my best audience. I never had more laughs than I do in our house with this baby. And I used to feel like I got a lotta laughs, but now, with her, I am her 24/7 clown entertainment and I love nothing more. It was so fun! I bought her way too many presents that she didn't even know how to open and didn't understand what was happening, but it made me happy and I have 80,000 photos to show her in the future."



 

Similar to Cuoco, actress Alicia Silverstone once raised some eyebrows by admitting she still co-sleeps with her 11-year-old son. "I'm a natural mama and I'm a loving mama. I believe in love, I believe in nature and our society is scared of nature and love," she said while appearing on The Ellen Fisher Podcast. Silverstone addressed the comments of people trying to mom-shame her for parenting her 11-year-old, whom she shares with ex-husband Christopher Jarecki, in her style. Ellen Fisher introduced Alicia as someone who "is happy for people to think what they want about how she's raising her child, even if it raises eyebrows because her alternative parenting techniques work for her family."


 
 
 
 
 
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The actor has been criticized for her "attachment parenting" style, but she explains that it helps them become independent as they get older. "Every choice I make is either based on instinct or deep research," Silverstone said before adding that she doesn't want to raise her kid in any other way. "I just think it's delicious. I think being a mom is the most precious, most unbelievable experience in this world and it's not for everyone and anyone who doesn't want to do it shouldn't do it, but for me, it's so divine and I wanted to savor every moment of his life."

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