Having had their first baby, Everly, only a few months ago, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum are admittedly still learning the ropes of parenting. Jenna -- who is starring in the hot new Lifetime TV series based on Melissa de la Cruz's awesome Witches of East End books -- was on Ellen today and dished about some of their biggest challenges and wackiest moments so far as a new mom and dad ...
Unsurprisingly, what she had to say about her handsome husband's fathering skills is downright heart-melting -- and even more reason to think of him as one of Hollywood's hottest dads!
The actress revealed to Ellen:
It’s funny, he’s so sensitive. He’s this really strong big guy in life but you give him this little baby and he’s like, ‘Oh my God … Is she going to drop? Am I doing everything okay?’
Ha, awwww, so cute! But apparently, he's actually knocking it out of the ballpark when it comes to one thing: soothing Everly when she's crying. Jenna revealed:
As new mamas know, the baby is crying and you’re like, ‘What do I do to make her stop crying?’ All of a sudden he starts beatboxing and she starts cooing. I’m like, ‘What?! I have been rocking her. I have been swaying her. I’ve been doing squats’ and he gets here and she would just fall asleep in his arms.
Beatboxing?! Ha! Wow, whoda thunk? Man, don't ya just love when that happens?! You're doing everything you can possibly think of ... and then your guy walks in and pulls some random, wacky trick out of his back pocket we never would have dreamed up in a million years, and poof -- it works like magic. What the heck? So annoying!
But admittedly, only annoying for a split-second, right? Cuz then, you realize it's actually incredibly helpful ... and probably downright adorable. And we thought it wasn't possible for Channing to be even more attractive. Way to prove us wrong, Jenna!
Check out the clip of her interview with Ellen:
What's your take on Channing's beatboxing? What parenting trick does your guy pull out of the blue that works like a charm?
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