Madonna compares raising children to making “art” and it actually makes a lot of sense

Madonna Looks like a goddess on the cover Vanity FairSpanish, Italian and French versions of Code release for February 2023. She wears a cool helmet over it two Hijab, looking into another world – it’s frankly art. Therefore, it is very appropriate that a Illiterate Six turned to art when considering raising her children, a new perspective I hadn’t considered before.

She said, “Today I still struggle to understand how to be a mother and do my job.” Vanity FairAnd per person, Describing motherhood as “the hardest and most difficult battle”. (Um, same!) The “Material Girl” singer is mom to Lourdes, 26, with Carlos Leon. Rocco, 22, and David, 17, with Guy Ritchie; and Mercy, 16, and twins Steele and Esther, 10, said it was a “challenge” for them children To grow up with her as their mother, and she revealed the best metaphor for motherhood.

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Madonna said: “Because having children and raising them is an art, whoever you are.” “And no one gives you a clue. You have to learn from mistakes. It’s a job that takes a lot of time. And it’s exhausting because there is never rest.”

She called raising children “a work of art,” and this is actually very beautiful. Sure, the “finished product”—aka happy, independent, kind, well-adjusted adults—looks a lot like a finished painting, but behind the masterpiece there’s a life of love. Like making art, raising children cannot be done without countless sleepless nights and exhaustion. Second, second-guessing yourself and starting over — over and over again. Mistake after mistake, but never give up. Learning, growing and evolving until your finished artwork looks a little different than what you first imagined, but totally better for it.

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Parents are artists who embrace chaos, chaos, and action because every stroke builds something great. Once you step back from the daily grind, you’ll see the bigger picture — and it’s worth it. Your children deserve it. And while no one can see all the tiny details and daily effort it takes to raise children, the end result is noticed and appreciated.

Madonna also spoke in a more literal sense Vanity Fair She loves how her kids embrace their creative sides.

“I never encouraged my daughter Lola to make music or my son Rocco to paint. But I always exposed them to art and music.” “I am happy with where they are today. I am proud of their work.”

Madonna has also said that she is happy when she “spends time with my kids”. She added, “And to see them happy, to witness their growth, to watch them develop, and then find things that they love. Most of my happiness comes from my children. And much more than that from the inspiration that some artists have given me.”

In an interview conducted in October 2021 With interview magazineLorde shared her own thoughts on growing up with Madonna.

“We don’t get any handouts in my family,” said the model dancer. “…But I think my mom saw all these other kids of celebrities, and she was like, ‘My kids aren’t going to be like that.'” Also, I feel like if your parents pay for things, it gives them leverage over you. My mom is a control freak, and she’s controlled me my entire life. I needed to be completely independent of her once I graduated from high school.”

Despite wanting to go out on her own, Lourdes still fiercely defends her mother. “I became increasingly able to recognize how influential and amazing this woman was, and how empowering and ahead of her time she was of other women,” she said.

It may not have been easy growing up with Mama Madonna, but her kids seem to appreciate her — and vice versa. Nice to see!

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