In an interview with Recode, several celebrities said they would not spend as much time with their children as they had wanted.
Some of them are taking steps to change their behavior.
Recode obtained audio of the interviews from the interviews that took place over several days, as well as text transcripts of some of the conversations.
We asked them to share their experiences, what they want their children to learn from the family, and why they don.
The interviews are below.
Celebrities who want to make time for their children:Mariah Carey: I have a lot of time with my kids and my husband, but I also think that there’s more to life than that.
I have four beautiful daughters and a son.
I’m doing my best to see them grow up in a healthy, loving environment and not have them in some of those situations where they’re just being abused or whatever.
I don’t really want to be a part of that.
It’s not a healthy way to live.
I really think that we have a responsibility to our children, and I’m really proud of the way that my daughters are raising them.
I want to do what’s best for them, but also I think we all need to be accountable to our families, to our community, to ourselves, to each other, to the world, and to ourselves.
Mariah Carey, ABC, March 16, 2021The singer and songwriter was asked about her daughter and son and whether she felt she could make a statement about her parenting style.
Mariana is one of the stars of The Muppets, but Carey said that her son, who she describes as a “greatest generation” singer, has grown up in the spotlight.
Mariah and Tom Hanks, Mariah, Marietta, Mariel, Marilou, Maris and Marjorie Carey: We are doing our best.
But I think the things that we’ve been through, especially when it comes to my daughters, are going to affect them for the rest of their lives, and we are going through some pretty dark times in our life.
I mean, there are times when they’re getting out of school, and there are nights when they can’t sleep.
It is a lot.
I think that’s what I’m going through.
I’ve been there myself.
I was really in a lot more pain and really in constant pain, and it was really hard to do something about it.
I didn’t have any idea what was going to happen to me.
I had no idea what the future would hold.
But as I grew older, I realized that what happened to me was very real.
I realized it wasn’t a coincidence that I was going through the hardest time in my life.
Marie Bryant, Marjie, Marital Mariah: My kids were born on the day I was divorced, and they were born six months after I got divorced.
My oldest was four and a half years old, so I knew that they were going to be in my house for quite some time.
I wasn’t even sure what the hell was going on.
And then when they were two years old and three and a quarter, I started having seizures.
I knew it was something serious.
I felt like I was on the verge of death.
I’d been through a lot, so when my oldest was two years and four months old, I was just like, “Holy shit, you’re going to go through something like this?
You’re going through something.”
I had to make it through it.
Mariette Adams, Marissa, Maritime, Mariz: When Mariettte was born, she was about the size of a little girl.
She was a huge, big, huge thing.
She had her own room, her own bathroom.
I never even knew her name.
I called her Marietto.
And my son was going at four or five months old.
I remember we were watching TV and I was like, oh my god, what happened?
She just started crying and crying and I had never seen a crying baby.
I thought she was a baby, but she was actually a big, big baby, and her head was just bigger than my head.
I couldn’t believe it.
She started crying, and then she started crying.
It was really upsetting to me, and she started throwing up.
It became the most important thing in the world to me that she had to go to the hospital, and the hospital was on my way to see her.
That was my biggest worry.
Marissa Thomas, Marion, Mariana, Marita, Marial: I didn`t know what to expect.
I just didn`T think she was going anywhere.
Mariam, Mariam and Marion: I mean Mariam is an actress.
She is one.
And I was never aware of it until after she was born.