Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are one of those couples you can’t help but love.
The two talented actors are incredible people separately, so together, they’re even better. While they both are outspoken and stand up for what is right, they’re also open and honest about their personal live behind-the-scenes. In the past, both Bell and Shepard have been open about their marriage, their relationship struggles, and the hardships of raising a family.
They’ve been open with fans and followers about everything when it comes to their kids, Lincoln and Delta. From sharing the delivery photos…
Three years ago today. 47lbs heavier. Getting through painful contractions with backrubs and breathing. Occasionally swinging from the IV pole to try and feel sexy and open up my hips. After 36 hours of labor I met a girl i love more than all the molecules in all the world. Happy birthday, Delta. Love, mom #meshpanties
To talking about when their kids walked in on them having sex…
The two clearly know what they’re doing when it comes to the normalizing of parenting their two children.
But, in a recent interview with E! News, Bell shared that while people may think they’re “amazing parents,” the couple often times feels vulnerable about how they’re trying to raise their kids. She told E! News after they asked her how she feels being called a “power couple”:
“I don’t know what we have power over. It’s certainly not each other or our children. We don’t feel powerful. We really just get by. We feel, you know, a little vulnerable just as much as everyone else does.”
But, Bell claims the two keep it 100 with their kids, instead of “limiting” themselves at home.
“We don’t limit ourselves as much as we should at home. The way we explain it is, ‘Look, you’re 5 years old. You can’t drive my car. You can’t vote. You can’t drink alcohol. You can’t swear.’ So far, they’ve obliged.”